Classes & Events

All About Potatoes
Sunday, March 24th @ 11am
Presenter: Darren Morgan
Learn how to plant, harvest, and store potatoes. We’ll discuss what varieties work best in the Pacific Northwest, preparation for planting, feeding, pest prevention, and many other tips and pointers for having your best potato season ever!
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All About Potatoes
Wednesday, March 27th @ 11am
Presenter: Rachel Barnhart
Learn how to plant, harvest, and store potatoes. We’ll discuss what varieties work best in the Pacific Northwest, preparation for planting, feeding, pest prevention, and many other tips and pointers for having your best potato season ever!
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Getting Into Beekeeping
Saturday, March 30th @ 11am
Presenter: Fred Selby
Interested in keeping bees but unsure how to get started? This class will provide you with an understanding of the financial and time requirements associated with beekeeping, basic tools and equipment, basic hive biology, and frequently asked questions about bees and their care. But most importantly it will fuel your passion for keeping these amazing creatures in your own backyard!
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Starting a Vegetable Garden
Sunday, March 31st @ 11am
Presenter: Darren Morgan
Learn how to plan, select, prepare, and plant a backyard vegetable garden. We’ll be discussing expected yields, layout, soil prep, planting, and care.
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Open House Weekend
Friday, April 19th to Sunday, April 21st
Celebrate spring with us at our 35th Anniversary Open House weekend!

Annual Spring Planting Days
Friday, May 3rd to Sunday, May 5th
10 am – 3 pm
We supply all organic potting soil from Gardner & Bloome for your pots and containers 14″ and smaller.  We’ll plant your purchased blooming flowers, vegetables, and herbs using our premium Blue Ribbon Potting Soil.

Hive Inspection Basics Class
Saturday, May 4th @ 11am
Presenter: Fred Selby
Cost: $10
Want to learn more about what you are seeing inside your hive? This course provides both beginning and experienced beekeepers with information about what they are seeing when they inspect their hives. Learn some tips for becoming a better observational beekeeper – a lot can be learned from watching your hive! We will also cover techniques for properly conducting inspections and how to read what your frames are telling you about the health and vitality of your bees.
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Drip Irrigation 101
Wednesday, June 5th @ 11am
Presenter: Darren Morgan
Save 70% more water by installing drip irrigation. Let us help you simplify this process so you can enjoy spending time in your garden. This class will explain when drip is appropriate and how to easily install it yourself. Making some simple changes can save money on water bills and keep your plants healthier. Visit our full service irrigation department and learn how to do it yourself!
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