Join Magnuson Community Center, the Children’s Garden, and Magnuson’s Community Garden Orchard & Pea Patch for a day of “Harvest Celebration” on Saturday, October 1, 11:30am-2:30pm.
Special guest, Caspar Babypants, will perform at 1pm!
Also featured will be a fruit-tasting maze, apple press, garden games and more!
The celebration will be at the [...]
Calling all folks with yards certified as wildlife habitats. Hillary Burgess is a graduate student in urban ecology and environmental horticulture at UW. She’s looking for volunteers to collect data on pollinator presence in their certified habitats this summer. The protocol will be very straightforward, not greatly time consuming, and would involve making regular timed [...]
You can buy burgeoning native plants–from groundcovers to towering trees–for incredibly low prices from several Washington State county conservations district plant sales, in March. But you’d better PREORDER NOW to get the best selection! [...]
Pinehurst and Victory Heights boundaries are a bit fuzzy north of Northgate Way….so here’s a fun Victory Heights event that started last year. Mark your calendar! And if you live in VH and have even a garden-in-progress, please consider adding it to the tour:
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From City of Seattle Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Contact: Jake Hanson, 206.290.1701 (mobile); email@example.com
Architects and Garden Designers Needed for Community Gardens Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Seeks Landscape Architects to Design P-Patch Community Garden
March 10, 2010 (SEATTLE, WA)—The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods P-Patch Community Gardening Program is building a Roster of [...]
Tonight I met with my neighborhood garden group from the Northwest Perennial Alliance http://www.northwestperennialalliance.org/ The members of our “clump” live in Maple Leaf, Wedgewood, Ballard and Pinehurst, we meet once a month and share garden ideas, information and just hang out.
Two new members, Cheryl and Mark joined us tonight. First I found out that [...]