1st Saturday Workshop

Landscaping with Native Plants
Date: Saturday, November 5, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM – Noon
Location: WSU Extension Office
32 Elma-McCleary Rd, Elma, WA

The Master Gardeners of Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties invite you to join us for a fun and educational class on Landscaping with Native Plants. This class, led by Master Gardener Jude Armstrong, a native plant expert, will address the who, what, and why of gardening with native plants; where to buy them, where to plant them, how to group them. This class will be time well spent and can add another dimension to planning next year’s adventures in the garden.

After the workshop there will be a half-hour plant clinic. If you have a question, please bring samples about problems or pests in your garden, if you have them.
For questions about this class, contact Cindy Burton at cindyaburton@comcast.net


Handouts for October 1, 1st Saturday Workshop – Seed Saving:

Preserving Ornamental Gourds
Dry Beans

More About the Master Gardeners of Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties

The WSU Master Gardeners of Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties are volunteers trained to be effective community educators in gardening and environmental stewardship. Master Gardeners provide information generated from research at WSU and other university systems.  In addition to areas listed below, visit our above menu to obtain more gardening information.

Master Gardener Events

Charlene -No Deer yard_0007The WSU Master Gardeners of Grays Harbor and  Pacific counties host many events throughout the year including:

  • Master Gardener Training is offered every other year. The 2016 training is underway now. The next Master Gardener Training will be held in 2018.
  • Annual Garden Tour provides tours of private gardens in our local area.
  • Home and Garden Show Our WSU Master Gardener annual spring one-stop gardening education and shopping event. You’ll find how-to gardening seminars and the region’s best gardening, gifts, and home-remodeling ideas and services, all under one roof.
  • Plant Clinics provide information to the general public and assists in finding research based solutions to individual gardening problems.
  • Upcoming Events provides dates, locations and additional information about clinics, workshops and programs open to the public.

Year-round Activities

raspberryThe WSU Master Gardeners of Grays Harbor and Pacific counties offer several year-round activities:

Our gardens are open daily and our speakers’ bureau is available upon request.

Ask a Master Gardener

ladybugEmail us your questions.  You may email your gardening questions directly to the local Master Gardeners.

If you wish to ask your question in person, visit one of our Plant Clinics.