June Events at Pike Nurseries

Pike Nurseries Flutters with Butterfly Fun this June

Summer is right around the corner, and there’s no better time for kids to play in the dirt! So what are the June events at Pike Nurseries?  I’m glad you asked!

Throughout the month of JunePike Nurseries is offering classes and events for green thumbs of all ages to sharpen gardening skills. Whether guests are exploring insects and garden essentials during the Pike Kid Series or celebrating beautiful pollinators during the Butterfly Celebration, the experts at Pike Nurseries are offering plenty of free fun for the whole family.


Attracting Butterflies to Your Garden
Saturday, June 2 at 9 a.m. at all Pike Nurseries locations

To keep the garden fluttering with beauty throughout the season, the Pike Nurseries experts will explain the benefits of attracting butterflies to the landscape as well as methods for creating habitats for the beautiful pollinators. In addition to complimentary refreshments, class attendees will receive an exclusive coupon for 15 percent off select items discussed in the class to begin creating a butterfly garden at home.Butterfly Celebration
Saturday, June 2 at all Pike Nurseries locations

In addition to the free class at 9 a.m., guests can receive a free butterfly plant guide to help them explore the selection of butterfly-attracting plants, activity pages to teach children about the beautiful creatures and samples of light refreshments to enjoy while shopping.Pike Kids Series
Wednesdays in June at 10 a.m. at select Pike Nurseries locations

In this four-part summer series of interactive classes, kids will engage their brains and learn about the critters that are important to our gardens. Complimentary light refreshments will be served. Kids series classes are open to all ages; children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Capacity is limited to 25 people per class. Participants are required to pre-register at pikenursery.com.

  • June 6: Birds
    Birds have a symbiotic relationship with gardens, meaning each benefit each other. Kids can learn how outdoor spaces at home provide food and homes for birds — as well as how birds help gardens flourish. Little ones can also learn how to plant a sunflower to add to their own gardens at home!
  • June 13: Worms
    Little attendees have the chance to play in the dirt with wiggly worms to see why they’re beneficial to soil and aid in the growth of plants.
  • June 20: Seeds
    Budding green thumbs can explore the variations of seeds that turn into flowering plants, towering trees and delicious fruits and vegetables.
  • June 27: Butterflies and Ladybugs
    Butterflies and ladybugs both serve as beneficial bugs in the garden. Kids can learn how the insects help plants grow and make a butterfly feeder to hang in green spaces at home.

The Pike Kids Series will take place at the following store locations:

  • Lindbergh store
    2410 Camellia Lane NE, Atlanta, Ga. 30324
  • Peachtree City store
    103 Hwy 74 South, Peachtree City, Ga. 30269
  • Suwanee store
    1105 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Suwanee, Ga. 30024
  • West Cobb store
    3431 Barrett Parkway NW, Marietta, Ga. 30064
  • Ballantyne store
    12630 N. Community House Road, Charlotte, N.C. 28277
  • Matthews store
    1016 Devore Lane, Matthews, N.C. 28105
  • Lake Norman store
    18234 Statesville Road, Cornelius, N.C. 28031

For more information on the gardening classes and other events offered at Pike Nurseries, please visit www.pikenursery.com.

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  1. Sandra Watts says
    Nice photos. I just got some flowers that are supposed to attract butterflies. I hope they work.
  2. Curtis Miller says
    The folks at Pike Nursery really know their stuff. I a batting 1000 with them, they have never failed with heplpful hints, even told me in a nice way what I was doing wrong. My garden will be the envy of the neighborhood.

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