Event Date: Mar 2, 2019 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Master when and how to prune ornamental trees, fruit trees, ornamental shrubs
Learn to choose among varieties, prepare soil, plant, fertilize, mulch and prune
Attracting Mason Bees
Discover what makes them great pollinators and how to attract them
Designing a 3-Season Container
Know the 5-steps toward a healthy and attractive container that lasts for months
Growing Vegetables under Drought
Get successful strategies to increase soil water retention and reduce water use
Using Native Plants for Native Pollinators
Acquire ideas for adding native plants that are best suited for your garden
Growing Early-Season Vegetables
Learn what to grow, when to sow, and how to get the most production
Spring Ornamental Gardening
Get tools to help the garden toward a season of beauty and healthy growing
Master proven techniques that increase quantity and quality of tomatoes
Soil Testing (9 – 11:30 am): We will test your soil pH and give advice on amendments. Up to 4 samples per client. For step-by-step instructions, obtain a "Testing Soil pH" handout at www.cmastergardeners.org under the "10-Minute UniversityTM" tab.
Clinic (8:30 am – 12:30 pm): Bring your questions, samples and pictures to have our MG experts answer your plant ID, disease, pest and insect issues while you attend classes.
Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by February 22 to Janet Hohman, 503-655-8631
5440 SE Kellogg Creek Drive
Contact Link: Event webpage
Contact Person: Janet Hohman
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