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2019 Home & Garden Show
May 18 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The 19th annual Home & Garden Show brought to you by the WSU Extension Master Gardeners of Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties will fill the entire Grays Harbor Fairgrounds Event Center with shopping and educational opportunities for the whole family.
On Saturday at 2:00 PM, award-winning garden designer, Sue Goetz, the featured speaker, will engage the audience, tackling Fix my Yard, sharing design and insider tips for the real world, with practical ideas and advice to bring your landscape dreams to life. Sue Goetz is based in Washington state and is the owner of Creative Gardener. Her motto …”Inspiring gardeners to create” defines her hands-on, how-to approach she shares with audiences all over the country. Trained in horticulture and design, Sue’s topics are presented with the factual, trusted knowledge of a gardener. (The schedule for Sunday can be found here: Home & Garden Show Sunday.)
Master Gardeners will be available to answer gardening questions at the Plant Clinic table, and they will have several scheduled how-to presentations throughout both days. (Please see topics and times below>) As you peruse the show, pick up some treats from the refreshments table, stop by the children’s booth with the kids, and take a few minutes outside to tour the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden.
- 10 AM – Building Economical Hoop Houses by Kelly Rupp
- 11 AM – Vegetable Gardening in a Marine Climate by Bev Arnoldy
- Noon – Firewise Landscaping by Mike Karvia
- 1:00 PM – Inviting Native Plants Back to Your Garden by Katie Lutz
- 3:30 PM – Mason Bees in Your Garden by Ron Schlozen
Admission and parking are always free for the Home & Garden Show.
Requests for reasonable accommodation need to be made two weeks prior to the program. Please make all requests to WSU Extension 360-482-2934. Cooperating agencies: Washington State University, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Grays Harbor County. Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported to your local Extension office.