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Lunch ‘n Learn Virtual Summer Series

Reliable resources for garden and plant problems
Tues, June 1

Building a compost pile
Thurs, July 22

Harvesting vegetables from the garden
Thurs, Aug 19

Tips for fall garden clean-up
Tues, Sept 7

All sessions are from noon to 1pm

Tune-in, eat your lunch, and learn! Each 1-hour session will focus on a specific topic related to gardening or composting.

Plant Answer Clinic

Hours of Operation: Suspended due to COVID19 measures.

Happily, gardening is one thing that has not been cancelled due to COVID19.

Although the clinic is closed, we have volunteers who will research your problem from home and get back to you via email.

WSU “Gardening in Washington State”

Washington State University (WSU) Extension has a webpage full of information and answers for gardeners. This is an excellent resource for whatever garden project you might be undertaking. There’s information on all sorts of garden topics including: flower beds, lawns, vegetable gardening, rain gardens, composting and much more!

Community Events *

Northwest Perennial Alliance – Virtual Garden Tours

Have you been missing visiting gardens this summer?

The Northwest Perennial Alliance has been filming member gardens to offer virtual visits while in-person visits are not possible.

Dozens of videos of beautiful home gardens can be viewed online.

Green Thumb Education Series

WSU Master Gardeners of Clallam County have made available a number of recorded workshops for personal educational purposes.

Presentations include topics such as:
– Greenhouses
– Inviting Native Bees into your Garden
– Simple Drip Irrigation
– Propagation of New Plants from Cuttings
– …and many more

WA Native Plant Society – Virtual Events

The Washington State Native Plant Society has made available a variety of online presentations on their website.

Check out these virtual events!