U.W. Botanic Gardens Class: Safe and Sane Gardening Practices – Jan 9
Or … how to minimize drudgery and spend more time enjoying your garden. We have all planted things we wish we hadn’t or we planted a perfectly nice plant in the wrong place. Perhaps we didn’t realize that the 6′ tall and 6′ wide on the plant label was for ideal growing conditions and now what? Does mulching really prevent weeds? Is there a nontoxic way to keep slugs out of my lettuce? Get your gardening questions answered. And finally where to go for information and inspiration.
Joan Helbacka has been a Master Gardener since 1997. She has gardened with some success and some failures for over 40 years.
Cost: Free (your $5 at the door donation supports our education programs)
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|Location||UW Botanic Gardens-Center for Urban Horticulture, Douglas Classroom (3501 NE 41st St
Seattle, WA 98105)
|Campus room||Douglas Classroom|
|Presenter||Joan Helbacka, King County Master Gardener|
|Contact Information||206-685-8033, firstname.lastname@example.org|