Garden Lovers’ Book Sale & Preview Party

March 17th, 2014 by Heidi Unruh, UWBG Communications Volunteer

IMG_7190The annual Garden Lovers’ Book Sale is coming up. This is your chance to build your gardening library at bargain prices!

Join us for the preview party to enjoy wine and light refreshments while getting first dibs on the book sale bargains. Please purchase tickets in advance, $20.00, by calling 206-543-0415.

This important benefit for the Elisabeth C. Miller Library funds the purchase of new books and magazine subscriptions.
Beautiful art will also be for sale from the Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists.

Location:  Center for Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle, 98105

Preview Party:  Friday, April 4, 5 – 8pm

Free Public Sale:  Saturday, April 5, 9am – 3pm

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Spring and Summer Classes

March 17th, 2014 by Sasha McGuire, Education Program Assistant

Are you getting excited about warmer weather and experiencing sunlight? Finally, things are starting to grow, and green is a welcome relief from the grays and browns. There is even a smell to spring, a warm breeze carrying the scent of growing things and earth. Springtime always gets me excited about plants, and what better way to celebrate the new season than by learning a new topic!

Edible Seaweed

Browse our Spring/Summer Course catalog and see what catches your eye. Whether you are a novice gardener or an experienced horticulturist, there is a class for everyone. We offer a wide range of topics from garden design, wild sea vegetables, and summer pruning.

 

 

 

Succulent Seaweed courtesy of Melany Vorass Herarra

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Feel like getting outside, walking or discovering a new place? Join us in our continuing tour series, including Wednesday Walks, tours of the Miller Garden, a trillium garden or a lavender farm.

 

 

 

 

 

40-Ton Bed, courtesy of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden 

 

 

 

We even have free classes, courtesy of the King County Master Gardeners. These hour -long classes contain useful tidbits of gardening information, including composting, veggie gardening, and what to do with that unsightly boulevard!

 

 

Designed by Kim Rooney, Instructor of Practical and Creative Landscape Design

 Registration is easy, go online, or call 206-685-8033 to register by phone. 

Hope to see you there!

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