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Post-Workshop Recordings

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Recordings are available until March 27, 2021. 
Instructor Name
Link to Recording
A1
Diana Wisen
Tips to Help You be a More Successful Gardener
A2
Bess Bronstein
Changing Times, Changing Gardens
A3
Marcia Dillon
Growing Tomatoes in the Pacific NW: Tips, Tricks, and Trials
A4
Judith Jones
The World of Fabulous Fronds
A5
Sarah Bergquist
The Rot Walk: Choosing Your Path to Perfect (or Imperfect) Compost
A6
Cyndi Stuart
Vegetable Gardening in the Drizzly Pacific Northwest
A7
Scott Chase
Landscaping Over a Septic Drain Field
A8
Laura Watson
Embrace Vertical Gardening with Vines
A9
John Christianson
March Into Spring: Great Plants to Start the Season
B1
Tobey Nelson
Incorporating Four Seasons of Beauty into the Garden
B2
Christina Pfeiffer
Pruning Spring-Blooming Shrubs for Optimal Bloom and Year-Round Beauty
B3
Dr. Robert Pelant
Adding Native Plants to Your Field and Garden to Benefit Pollinators
B4
Eric Conn
Winter Gardening—Fresh Vegetables in the Depths of Winter
B5
June Davis
Before You Call the Landscaper, a Designer, or Go to the Nursery
B6
Dr. Frank Caruso
Plant Pathology and Disease Diagnosis
B7
Trevor Cameron
Japanese Maples-the Tree for all Seasons
B8
Robert Bryan
Water-wise Approach to a Changing Climate
B9
Judith Juno
Directly from your Garden: Formal Flower Arranging
C1
Tobey Nelson
Your Garden in Pots
C2
Christina Pfeiffer
Rehabilitative Pruning
C3
Dr. Joseph Sheldon
Backyard Insects Common on Whidbey Island
C4
Frank Simpson
Use and Care of Rhododendrons and Azaleas in Your Garden
C5
Anza Muenchow
The Food Lover's Garden
C6
Toni Grove
Creating an Herb Garden
C8
Gwendolyn Hannam
Protecting Your Hillside by Restoring Native Vegetation
C9
Zsofia Pasztor
Perennial Vegetables
KEY
Richie Steffen
Welcome and Keynote–Plants for a Better Planet with Richie Steffen
ME1
Master Gardener Plant Clinic
ME2
Gardening Pain-Free!