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We had a nice turnout for our first monthly Lunch in the Garden event. Please check out the Recipes for May (2013) that use ingredients which should be available now in your gardens. Lunch in the Garden will continue through September … Continue reading
Despite the stormy weather this weekend the new garden season is just days away. Read more about our gardens by clicking the Our Gardens link above. Applications for Fifth Street are available now. Please contact the Vineyard organizer for more information … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who attended the harvest party this year! It was great to see so many gardeners from each garden and share some good food and conversation.
Our harvest party is scheduled for Oct. 28 from 4-7pm. Please see the flier for more details!
The Master Gardeners Garden Tour was a huge success. Each garden saw about 150 visitors. The comments from our guests were all very positive. We had the opportunity to explain a lot of the techniques in use and how the … Continue reading
5th street had an informal work party on Sunday. Steve from Lazy J delivered 7 yards of compost at 10 AM: Several volunteers got right to work shoveling and hauling compost to the willow tree to prepare it for planting. … Continue reading
Here are two videos with tips on staking and stringing your tomatoes for healthier plants and better yields. This first video is from a large commercial greenhouse in Colville, Washington. Most of the techniques can be applied to smaller gardens … Continue reading
The Master Gardeners Brown Bag class on Thursday is all about Squash and Pumpkins. Thursday June 7th, noon at the County Comissioner’s Meeting Room in the Courthouse.
Karen Bert, owner of Black Sheep Farm, will be speaking on Saturday April 14th from 10AM to noon at the Vern Burton meeting room on starting plants from seed and growing tomatoes. This class is free and open to the … Continue reading