Don’t miss out on our annual fall event! Through October 31st, over 90 pumpkins adorn our Education Room and greenhouse. Hours are 1pm to 8pm. This event is free to the pubic.
Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
Teaming up with Wabash High School’s art students, Charley Creek Gardens is celebrating fall with our fourth annual Indoor Pumpkin Walk. The Walk starts October 28th and runs through October 31st. Hours are 1pm to 8pm. Bring your little ghosts and goblins by for treats Halloween night. This event is free to the public.
Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Join Amy on October 15 for our last talk of 2014 – Diary of a Garden. Bring your own lunch and get ideas for creating your own garden journal to use next spring. The talk starts at 12:15 and ends at 12:45. There is limited parking behind the Education Building with additional parking at 518 N. Wabash Street.
Thursday, September 11th, 2014
Due to a private event, the Gardens will be closed from 9am to 6pm on September 14, 2014.
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
Would you like to spend less time weeding and watering your garden? Would you like to see more birds and butterflies? Would you like your plants to be bigger, fuller and healthier? If so, join Amy as she explores the benefits of gardening with native plants. The talk starts at 12:15. Bring your own lunch. Limited parking off of 551 N. Miami Street with additional parking off of 518 N. Wabash Street. For more information – call us at 260-563-1020.
2014 Lunch and Learn – There are two talks left! September 17 – Gardening with Native Plants and October 15 – Diary of a Garden.
Friday, August 22nd, 2014
2014 Lunch and Learn Garden Series continues! Expanding upon our earlier topic, join us June 18th from 12:15 to 12:45 and put stem cutting propagation into action! You’ll walk away with a new plant to add to your landscape.
Saturday, June 7th, 2014
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
Charley Creek Gardens invites you to enjoy the serenity of the evening gardens as they glow with "simple" holiday lighting during the fifth annual 'Yule Time Stroll". Guests are encouraged to leisurely stroll through the gardens and enjoy the simplicity and quiet that the Gardens offer. After the stroll, all are invited inside the Garden Building to enjoy hot chocolate and take a break from the holiday bustle.
The 2013 Yule Time Stroll is scheduled from Saturday, December 14th – Wednesday, December 25th, 6-9 PM each evening.
Whether you are wanting to revisit childhood memories or create a few of your own, make the Charley Creek Gardens' Yule Time Stroll part of your holiday tradition.
Parking is available at 518 N. Wabash Street.
Contact the Gardens for weather related closings, 260-563-1020.
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
Whether it is a wreath or a centerpiece, almost everything you need to decorate this fall can be found when you forage through your landscape. Seed heads, grass plumes, colorful twigs, evergreen branches and berries all bring color and texture to your project. Join Kelly on October 16 for a demonstration on how to work these natural pieces into your fall decorating.
Lunch and Learn at the Gardens is a series of garden related talks held at the Education and Resource Center, 551 N. Miami Street. They take place once a month on a Wednesday, from February to October. The talks will begin at 12:15 and will end by 12:45. Bring your own lunch. There is no charge. For parties of 6 or more, please call 260-563-1020 to make a reservation. Main parking is at 518 N. Wabash Street. There will be limited parking behing the Education and Resource Center.
Tuesday, September 24th, 2013
The time has come to plant your spring flowering bulbs! You can plant them any time now through mid-October here in north central Indiana. Tulips, daffodils and other bulbs look best when planted in masses or waves. If you have small areas to plant, place 3 or 4 bulbs together in several near-by clumps. Layer different types of bulbs in the same area so you'll have a variety of flowers to enjoy. Plant them in already established garden beds or in your lawn. Be careful not to disturb any perennials when planting. Spring flowering bulbs look great in front of a fence, along the edge of a wooded area, along buildings and paths and beside driveways or stone walls. Grow as a gardener and plant some bulbs in a new area this fall! Better Homes and Gardens has great instructions for planting a variety of bulbs.