Master Gardener Foundation Annual Native Plant Sale
Happy New Year! It is time again for our Annual Native Plant Sale. Visit our website for a complete list of plants and descriptions. Fill out your order form (online or hard copy) and mark your calendar for Saturday, March 11. NOW is the time to think about what to plant this spring!
This year we are offering 16 species of evergreen and deciduous trees, shrubs and perennials including favorites like Red Flowering Currant, Nootka Rose, and Blue Elderberry. Some species have been selected particularly for being somewhat drought tolerant. Native plants are beautiful in the garden and landscape, are beneficial for wildlife, and improve habitat and plant diversity. Once established, native plants tend to require less maintenance and fertilizers than other landscape plants.
Pick up your pre-ordered plants on March 11th from 9am – 12pm at the following locations:
Remember, plant quantities are limited, so order TODAY! The deadline for orders is March 1st.
For more information and the entire list of plants, order online, or print an order form, go to the link Native Plant Sale 2017 or call WSU Extension at 360-378-4414.
Judy C (with Diana B) collecting fawn lily seeds on Ronnie Metcalf's property in Back Forty on July 21st. Guess how many years it takes for them to germinate!?
Next Clinic August 4th on Orcas Island, bring your plant samples!
Connie and Judy on duty at FM, Saturday, May 27th. Unusual question of the morning: Is tansy ragwort poisonous if my child puts it in her mouth?
Dianne Macondray and Mary Carlson at the Orcas MG table at Driftwood Nursery this week. Looks like a beautiful day to be sitting therel!
The Master Gardeners are reaching out to improve and educate our community around gardening
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