Classes & Events


 
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COMING IN 2020

 

Make & Take Class: Terrarium Gardens – 2/8  Saturday  10:00 – 11:30

Lori will provide step-by-step instructions for creating your own little garden in glass.  $45 fee includes glass container, mini-plants, soil, rocks,and moss . (Other accessories are also available for purchase.)

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED by 2/5.   Limit 8.

 

Designing the Northwest Garden – 2/22  Saturday  10:00 – 11:30

Greg Rabourn, educator, radio personality, author

Thoughtful garden design creates a healthy, relaxing space for people, pets, and wildlife. Whether you are starting from scratch or just want to improve your existing landscape, you will learn how to design a true NW garden that will allow your family time to relax and enjoy their surroundings while keeping maintenance minimal.

Register Online

 

Tree Health Care – 2/29  Saturday  10:30 – 11:30

Scott Sinclair, owner Tree Harmony Arborists

Take care of trees and they’ll take care of you!  Scott will share proper pruning techniques, tree safety risk assessment, selection, and how to work with an arborist.  Find out what regular and planned selection and maintenance of your trees, shrubbery and landscape can do for your property.  Bring your questions!

 

Stealing Beauty – 3/7  Saturday  10:00 – 11:30

Great Garden Ideas from Around the World
 Marianne Binetti, radio host, author, columnist 

Great ideas from the best gardens in the world – make like Monet, borrow from English country gardens and see what the Italians can teach us about landscaping with little watering. You’ll travel the world and go home with great ideas for your own back yard… and front yard too!

Register Online

 

Edible Container Gardening – 3/21  Saturday  10:00 – 11:30 

Lisa Taylor, author and horticulturist

Grow just about any vegetable, herb or fruiting plant in a container. Join Lisa Taylor, in a family friendly, hands-on container gardening workshop and take home your own edible garden. Learn what makes a good container and how to arrange vegetables and herbs to maximize space, beauty and productivity.

Register Online

 

Soil Testing:  It Starts with the Soil – 3/28 Saturday 10:00 – 11:00

Megan Weldon, King Conservation District

Great plants are the result of great soil!   Megan will teach you how to improve your soil health by taking soil samples and interpreting your test results.  This is an opportunity to learn how to determine the specific amendment needs for your site.

Call (425) 454-5531 to register.  We will email you instructions on how to take and bring in a soil sample.

 

Mason Bee Pick-Up  – 4/5  Sunday 10:00 – 1:30