All class recordings (purchased with the workshop ticket) will be available for 3 weeks after the event, unless otherwise noted in the Class Descriptions.
Resilient Gardens & Landscapes - What works
Plant a Cutting Garden for Winter & Spring - incl Floral Demo
Attracting Those Fertilizing BATS
Grafting and Propogation
The Science of Companion Planting
Vegetable Gardening in the Drizzly Pacific Northwest
Whether you have been vegetable gardening many years or are just starting out, come join us for some tips on growing food west of the Cascades. With more than 20 years of experience on both a small and large scale, Cyndi can help you figure out why some things work in your garden and why some things just don't. Stop blaming your gardening skills or fighting the weather—instead, learn how to make Mother Nature work for you!
Fronds & Ferns = Fabulous
Judith Jones will provide an informative lecture on ferns for every garden setting, with a focus on ferns that thrive in Northwest gardens. Ferns for varying situations will be featured, including everything from part sun to full shade and from moist to dryish conditions.
Botanic Nomenclature (for fraidy cats)
Landscaping with Vegetables
Soil-Diagnostics Composts, Etc
Espalier & Vertical Growth
Growing Food in Containers
Small Trees or Bulbs or Pizzaz plants
Use and Care of Rhododendrons and Azaleas in Your Garden
Topics include how to grow and care for rhododendrons and azaleas, pruning, feeding & mulching, how to choose the best-suited varieties for home gardens in our area, where and when to plant, and how to incorporate them into diverse landscapes. Frank will describe how to combine other trees, shrubs, and plants with rhododendrons and azaleas to create a beautiful, four-season landscape.
25 Tips AND MORE to be a Successful Gardener
Make a Business from your Garden
Sensory Gardens: plants to appeal to all the senses
Guide to: No-till or Hügelkultur
Winter Gardening—Fresh Vegetables in the Depths of Winter
In this class, we will look at how to grow your own winter vegetables. Special techniques, varieties, and other considerations will be addressed, with plenty of time for questions and answers at the end.
Peonies - Grow your Own
Test On-Site Class