Thursday, November 7, 2013

"Ensuring A Healthy Flower Garden Next Year" Class At Cente For Urban Horticulture Tomorrow


The Center for Urban Horticulture (3501 NE 41st Street) is having a class called November Garden Tasks: Ensuring a Healthy Flower Garden Next Year on Saturday from 10-noon. 

The information says:
Join the Soest Garden gardener Riz Reyes for this hands-on workshop on fall perennial garden care. Walk the extensively planted beds and learn about which plants to cut back now, and which ones to leave until spring. Learn how to divide and transplant specific types of plants, and some tricks and techniques for maintenance practices that create visual appeal for the dormant season. Riz will also share his favorite “tried and true” selections for fall interest. Participants should bring their own hand-pruners, gloves, and hori-hori soil knife, and dress for the weather.
Instructor Riz Reyes has worked at UW Botanic Gardens since 2004 and has run his own garden consultation business, RHR Horticulture, since 2003. He is a regular contributor to many local horticultural publications and also writes a monthly feature on the UW Botanic Gardens website. Earlier this year, Riz won the Founder’s Cup for Best Show Garden at the 2013 Northwest Flower & Garden Show in 2013. Recently Riz has been working in the Soest Garden at the Center for Urban Horticulture, a garden designed to help local gardeners select plants appropriate to a variety of site conditions commonly found in Pacific Northwest urban gardens.

Register here   and for questions call 206-685-8033 or email

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