Sunday, April 19

First Sunday open for business! We are now open from 11am – 4pm on Sundays.

Sunday, August 9

Educate & Cultivate at Historic Locust Grove in Louisville, Kentucky. starts at noon on Sunday, Aug 9th. Bring the kids, get educated, and have a blast as we join with Rainbow Blossom, the Kentucky Hemp Industry Association, Kentucky Ag Commissioner James Comer and others, educating about the restoration of industrial hemp as a legal agricultural crop here in Kentucky. Industrial hemp is a sustainable, renewable resource for food, fuel, and fiber. It has NO THC, so it will not “get you high” like it’s cousin. Kentucky has over 1,500 acres growing this year, much of it organic. We are honored that Locust Grove, St. Catharine’s College, Bernheim Forest, and other research growers are using New Earth Smart Tea on their historic crops. Locust Grove is hosting speakers, including Dr. David Williams from University of Kentucky, to share about the future of hemp in Kentucky and what that means for our economy. There will be food trucks, a hemp cafe, great music from Appalatin, and much more. Find out more at and also on their Facebook event page,

Saturday, September 12

2:00pm: FREE Garden Indoors Workshop, in our grow room at the shop. Vance will be showing you how to set up a productive grow room and how to start growing indoors. His good-better-best approach helps you make the best choices for your budget for lighting and accessories. We will start from the ground up with setting up grow rooms, hydroponics or soil, bringing plants in from outdoors, and how to set up incrementally. Whether you want a kitchen herb garden or a basement full of veggies, if you have questions, this workshop is for you! All workshop participants get 20% off their purchases after the workshop.See our blog for more information, or join the event and get notifications on our Facebook page.

Saturday, October 10, at Foxhollow Farm in Crestwood, Kentucky                                           We are excited to be a sponsor at Foxhollow Farm’s annual Fall Festival! This festival has become a must-do autumn event for Louisville and Oldham County residents and visitors. It takes place the second Saturday of October, October 10th, from 10am – 6pm. The festival features pumpkins, hay castle and hayrides, pony rides, old-fashioned games and activities, local food, vendors and live music. Come visit our booth and bring the kids, we will have some hands-on activities for them! All proceeds from the festival go to Maryhurst to raise funds for programming that supports young women in crisis. Admission is free and parking $5. Activities range from $1-$4. Other activities you will find include the  Mighty Titan Obstacle Course, Louisville Bungee Jump, Louisville Visual Arts Association, Kid Kanvas Face Painting, VSA and Martha’s Pony Rides, and all the homegrown Foxhollow activities. Yummy food from Holy Mole Tacos, Red Top Gourmet Dogs, Sweet & Savory Crepes, Farm to Fork Catering, Longshot Lobsta, Ear’s What’s Poppin’ Kettle Corn, Blackbeard Espresso, Duck Duck Beet and Gelato Gilberto will be for sale. Join us and help raise $$ for Maryhurst support and expand their critical therapeutic, medical and education services to more than 150 children in their care each day and bridge the gap between support needs and reimbursements. In addition, Maryhurst have a new raised bed garden, providing learning and recreational activity for the girls in a therapeutic atmosphere. See you at the Fall Fest!

Saturday, October 17, 2:00pm: Hydroponic Workshop                                                                       Join us in the grow room at 2:00 pm for a free hydroponics workshop. This will be an introduction to hydroponics. We will discuss and demonstrate different types of hydro systems, including deep water culture, ebb & flow, drip, NFT, and aeroponics. We will compare growing media choices: hydroton, rockwool, coco coir, or no media use. Water quality and temperature, pH, nutrient concentration (ppm), and reservoir maintenance will be covered; as well as what plants will grow well in the systems. This will be a hands on workshop, you will get a chance to measure ppm and pH, add and measure nutrients to a reservoir, etc. All New Earth hydroponic systems, our pH-107 Meter, and pH adjustment solutions will be 20% OFF for workshop participants.

Saturday, November 7, Customer Appreciation Day
Don’t miss the event of the year for indoor gardeners in Kentucky!  Come out and meet the industry experts from Grodan, EYEHortilux, Foxfarm, Sunlight Supply, Hydrofarm, Cutting Edge Solutions, Next Light, and Sunleaves. They will be here all day giving workshops and hanging out to talk to you about the newest products and answering all your questions. These guys will be coming in from all over the country for this event, it is a unique opportunity to see everyone without paying to go out to LA or Boston for an expo!

Workshops start at 11:00 and go all day. Topics include:

New LED lighting technology (Next Light)
Using the new DE and LEC lighting systems (Sunlight Supply)
CO2 and Environmental controls in the Grow Room (Sunleaves)
Plant Nutrition (CES)
Understanding PAR, Light Spectrum, and Lumens (Hortilux) Rockwool 101 and Beyond (Grodan)
Hydroponics in Your Home (Hydrofarm)
Soil and Organics, Maximize Yields and Success (Foxfarm)

As always, we will have plenty of free beer and beverages, both adult and family friendly :)

LOTS of samples will be available, and we will be raffling off over $2000 in giveaways throughout the day!

The BBQ Cowboy will be here with his smoker all day in case you get hungry, we will be giving you food $$ credits with every purchase.

Top it all off with tons of special buys and deep discounts all day. We had a blast last year, and this one is already looking to be bigger and better, so mark your calendar and make plans to join us.

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