EDMONDS FLORETUM GARDEN CLUB
2017 SATURDAY WORKSHOPS
Unless noted otherwise, all workshops are held at Coldwell Banker Bain, 108 5th Ave. S, Edmonds WA 98020, 10 to noon, no registration necessary
JAN 14, 2017
presented by business owner Karen Awrylo
Helpful information on how to protect people, property & wildlife.
FEB 11, 2017
‘Introduction to Bee Keeping and Garden Pollinators’
presented by Paul Bryant, King Co. Master Gardener and Beekeeper
How to ID, provide habitat & protect these amazing garden faeries.
MARCH 18, 2017
‘Growing Tomatoes in the Pacific Northwest’
presented by Jeff Thompson, Sno. Co. Master Gardener & Expert Tomato Grower
Discussion of varieties most productive in our area & tips for success.
MARCH 25, 2017
‘Tales from the Bat Lady’
presented by Barbara Ogaard, Bat Researcher and rehabilitator of bats for the Sarvey Wildlife Center
This Workshop will be hosted at CHASE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in Edmonds.
A unique opportunity to learn about these fascinating creatures and see live, from a distance.
JUNE 1, 2017 THURSDAY special WORKSHOP & FIELDTRIP
‘PLANT YOUR OWN SUCCULENT CONTAINER GARDEN’
A workshop at PETULA PLANTS with Tonya Cole & Petula staff
Personally select & plant your own succulent garden planter. Plants, soil, pot & instruction provided by PETULA. Cost is $40. Travel to Kingston involved.
PRE-REGISTRATION required BY MAY 10, 2017
More details & to sign-up please contact:
JANICE NOE 425/345-2705 or firstname.lastname@example.org