4th Thursdays at 6pm
McLane Creak Nature Trails
Join the Native Plant Salvage for a series of informational Plant Walks, this spring and summer. Walks will be held on the fourth Thursday of every month April – August.
These walks are a great way to learn native plants, botanize with friends, and enjoy a beautiful afternoon outdoors! Each Plant Walk will begin at 6 p.m. sharp, at the McLane Creek Nature Trails in Olympia. Please be sure to arrive a few minutes early so that we can get started on time!
Wed, July 18
6 to 7:30pm
Tumwater Fire Station, Meeting Room
311 Israel Rd SW, Tumwater, WA 98501
Hedgerows are beautiful and beneficial landscaping and conservation tools. Come learn about the role a hedgerow can play on your property to create habitat, attract pollinators, preserve topsoil, and shelter from wind. Many visual examples will be shared!
Please RSVP to Nora White at 360-754-3588 x105
Fri, July 27 from 5-7pm
Sat, July 28 from 10am-1pm
Shotwell’s Landing Nursery (just south of Littlerock)
Do you enjoy native plants? Need an excuse to enjoy the sun? Curious about plant production? If so, we can help!
Our July workshop will focus on prairie plant ecology along with seed harvesting and cleaning practices. Although it is not necessary to attend both Friday and Saturday, those who come for both days will have the opportunity to take home some native seeds.
RSVP is required!
Caring for Japanese Maples
Thurs, Aug 16 at 10am
Elsa Kush is a professional pruner of Japanese Maples. Come learn how to make your maples worthy of a garden magazine.
Register early as class size is limited!
For a list of additional workshops or to register visit the Lakewold Gardens Web site .