Save your plants for the May 2 Ridgecrest garden meeting and plant sale

Friday, April 13, 2012

Patty Hale gardening at the Echo Lake work party
Photo courtesy Patty Hale

The weather predicted for the up-coming weekend should inspire you to get out into the garden.
The Ridgecrest Neighborhood would like you to consider 2 things:
As you divide, thin and work in your garden, consider potting up your extras, and bring them to the

13th Annual Ridgecrest Garden Meeting and Plant Exchange and Gardening Information Fair
Wednesday, May 2 2012
6:00 - 8:30pm
Ridgecrest Elementary School Gym
16516 10th Ave NE
Shoreline, WA
6:00 - 7:00pm Plant Exchange and Sale along with Table Displays
7:00 - 7:10pm Annual Election of the Board of Directors for the Ridgecrest Neighborhood Association
7:15 - 8:30pm Keynote Speaker: Master Gardener, Laura Matter from Seattle Tilth.

Pollinators can be pretty, too.
Photo by Patty Hale

Laura will present information about how to attract beneficial pollinators to your garden.

Bugs, bees, butterflies and birds all add beauty to the garden. Learn how they add to your garden's health and vitality how to keep them there. Do you want happier flowers, more strawberries, tomatoes, apples or zucchini? This presentation is for you.

For more info contact Patty Hale 206-365-8596 


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