How to Take Eliza’s Classes at the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery

Scenario: Instead of figuring out what’s for dinner, head over to the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery to choose from their delicious menu and enjoy an evening of information and inspiring photo eye-candy. Cappuccino? Soup? An entire bar of artisan chocolate? Treat yourself or buy a gift for a friend!

The choice of topics is huge and there’s something to interest everyone. Beginner? Expert? Permaculture? Perennial Veggies? Heirloom Seeds? Edible Flowers? Native Plants? Wild Foraging? Wildlife Habitats? Backyard Chickens? Beekeeping?

Click here for the class schedule.

Photo Caption: Class gift certificates are available upon request at the Swamp Rabbit & Cafe register.

Classes are held in the upstairs room at the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery for $15.00 each or four for $50.00 ($10 off the total price). Colorful gift certificates are available upon request at the cafe register. Seating is limited so make sure to reserve your classes soon!

Note that the first four classes in the series (Mon Jan 6th: Gardening in the Southeast for Beginners, Thur Jan 9th: Organic Gardening & Permaculture, Mon Jan 13th: Designing a Sustainable Garden (Getting Ready for Spring), and Thur Jan 16th: Selecting Seeds and Plants for the Southeast) are designed to make a total beginner into a knowledgeable gardener. You’ll start with the basics and finish by designing and choosing plants for the garden you’ve always dreamed of. If you already know the basics of growing things, you may want to swap the “Gardening in the Southeast for Beginners” class for one of the other class listings.

The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery is located at 205 Cedar Lane, Greenville, SC 29611 or you can call them at (864) 255-3385.

Eliza Lord

I'm a Greenville, SC native (the Appalachian foothills) who wears the hats of Greenville Master Gardener & Upstate Master Naturalist. I love to write about food and sustainability.

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