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Geared to the Pacific Northwest home gardener, this Series covers a wide range of essential topics: The importance of wildlife to gardening including low maintenance, insect- and disease-resistant dwarf confirers, appropriate species of fruit trees, and how to conserve water through the use of smart irrigation practicies like catchment and rainwater barrels.  This Series includes: Gardening for the Birds & Bees, Dwarf & Unusual Conifers, Fruit Trees for the Urban Garden, and Water-Wise Gardening. Take the Series for a savings.

Start date: 05/06/2017

Class Fee:: $99.00

Materials Fee:: $0.00

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All plant groups have the same elemental needs of water, light, and air, but the quantity and intensity of each of these elements varies greatly by location. This class covers the specifics of West Seattle's soil composition, weather, small-size lots, and related issues (drainage, pH) including the "right plant, right place" perspective, soil amendments to boost fertility, companion planting, and avoidance of plants overused in West Seattle. Call 206.934.5339 to register two or more people at the Friends Rate of $22.50 each.

Start date: 04/29/17

End date: 04/29/17

1 session

Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (4/29/2017-4/29/2017)

Instructor : Mark Pollock 

Room :  LHO

Class Fee: $25.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

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