Tuesday, May 2, 2017

King County Master Gardener Plant Sale and Garden Market Friday And Saturday

Master Gardener Plant Sale

The annual Master Gardener Plant Sale and Garden Market at the Center for Urban Horticulture  (3501 NE 41st Street) starts on Friday from 4-8pm with a special Preview Party fundraiser for the MG Foundation of King County, and hours on Saturday are from 9-5pm.

On Saturday there will be special Garden Education Talks with Ciscoe Morris, Karen Chapman, Bill Thorness and Elaine Sherbrooke. 

The information says:

Find plants from Master Gardeners and specialty growers and receive free garden design consultations and quick tips.  There will also be information booths about pruning, natives, rain gardens, and composting by local organizations.
Fill your gardens with a bevy of beautiful plants, vegetables and herbs.  Take advantage of the huge variety of tomatoes, herbs and veggie starts to start your very own grocery garden this season. 
Tons of tomatoes, veggie starts, fragrant herbs, perennials, natives and specialty vendors with garden art. Master Gardeners will help to to choose the right plants, find easy-to-grow plants, and give advice on planting and maintaining your garden throughout the year. Join us to get your garden growing this year.
Ask a Master Gardener to answer your questions about plants as you browse at their booth. The MG Diagnosticians will be on hand to answer your plant questions. Bring your ideas and questions and get more design ideas.
Master Gardeners have been propagating and potting plants since last fall to ensure that you have a huge selection of perennials, ornamentals including trees and shrubs, and natives. 
The Plant Sale is a tradition for the King County Master Gardeners, who are celebrating the 44th anniversary of the WSU Master Gardener Program. All proceeds from this sale go to the Master Gardener Foundation of King County which is the main financial support for the Master Gardener program in King County

"Rain or shine, we hope to see the community and help  start the best garden ever this year" the event coordinator told the Laurelhurst Blog."

Go here for details about the sale and information about the tickets.  

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