SUNDAY ACTIVITIES

On Sunday, during the lunch break, you may attend 2 free mini-events offering plant advice from Master Gardener experts and an engaging presentation with practical tips that will enable you to be a lifelong gardener.

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GARDENING FOR LIFE
11:30 am to 12:15 pm, Online

Toni Gattone wants to know if you are a resilient senior or “modern elder” seeking ways to adapt your gardening techniques and tools for more comfort and safety. If you would like to learn innovative tips so you can enjoy gardening for many years to come, you’ll love having access to this enthusiastic and experienced gardener with her no-nonsense and practical ideas on how to garden smarter, not harder.  She is passionate about empowering gardeners with practical, how-to information and her purpose is to help people adapt their gardens for years to come.
 
Her book, The Lifelong Gardener: Garden with Ease & Joy, is available in our bookstore.

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MASTER GARDENER PLANT CLINIC  
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm, Online

If you have gardening questions, our panel of experienced Master Gardeners will be available to help you find the answers. 

It’s easy. Submit your questions prior to the Plant Clinic, and our team of Master Gardeners will assist in providing answers during this free lunchtime clinic. 

The teams will answer as many questions as time allows. To ensure your question is considered, submit your gardening questions prior to the Plant Clinic to: wgw@whidbeygardening.org, If time permits, questions asked during the clinic will be addressed as well.
 
Clinic Panelists: Master Gardeners Jim Peskuric, Martha and Ed Hollis, and Mary Hollen.
 
The Plant Clinics are a wonderful opportunity to get answers to your own gardening questions and to learn as others’ concerns are discussed.