Gardening with Ciscoe - Upcoming Events

Gardening with Ciscoe ( www.ciscoe.com ) Upcoming Events

Garden Events (Sales, Tours, Speakers, etc)

Listed here are upcoming garden events and sales. Some are one-time events and are listed in order of date. Others are ongoing events or go on for a period of time.

I include mainly events that people and organizations ask me to mention along with some of my personal favorites. Note some events are free, many tours charge admission. If I do not mention a fee, please don't assume that it is free. Visit the websites to determine if there is a fee.

One-Time Events

  • >Seattle Tilth March Edible Plant Sale: Saturday, March 18 9 am - 3pm. Choose from a wide selection of organically, sustainably and locally grown veggies, herbs, edible flowers, fruit shrubs, fruit trees, seeds, supplies and knowledge galore, perfect for planting in March. Location: Orca K-8 School (5215 46th Ave S, Seattle)

  • Peninsula Home and Garden Expo: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 17-19. $6 general admission with various discounts Kitsap County Fairgrounds 1200 Fairgrounds Rd NW Bremerton.

  • SICBA Home and Garden Show, Mt. Vernon: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 24-26. $7 general admission with various discounts Skagit County Fairgrounds 1410 Virginia St Mount Vernon.

  • Seattle Rose Society Pruning Demo: Saturday, March 25. The Seattle Rose Society is offering one more pruning demo at Flower World in Snohomish. Email Jeff Wyckoff for specifics.

  • Plant Sale and Garden Open at Heronswood in Kingston: Saturday, April 1 from 10 to 3. Specialy nurseries, lectures and more.

  • Seattle Audubon's 21st Annual Spring Plant Sale: Saturday, April 1st from 10 to 4. Seattle Audubon's popular plant sale is back with many natives & wildlife-friendly plants for sale from local growers & nurseries. Featuring Botanica, Fancy Fronds, Queenscup Nursery, and Tadpole Haven Nursery. Seattle Audubon Nature Center - 8050 35th Ave NE, Seattle.


Ongoing Events

  • 10 part Growing Groceries Education Series: 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Wednesdays, beginning October 19. $20 per person per class or all ten for $175. WSU Snohomish Extension's Cougar Auditorium: 600 128th Street SE (McCollum Park), Everett.

  • Heronswood Garden Upcoming 2017 Weed, Walk, & Talk events: This event is scheduled on the second Wednesday and the fourth Saturday of each month under the direction of co-founder, Dan Hinkley. See website for exact dates. The day includes hands on fun in the Garden and either a presentation related to horticulture or a walk through the Garden with discussions on what is observed. These volunteer work days run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and there is no charge.

  • Oodles of classes at Seattle Tilth From the basics to chickens to soil and beyond, check out all their adult classes. And ... don't forget about classes for kids and families.