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Ask a Master Gardener! ~ Port Townsend Library ~ Charles Pink House
November 7 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pmFree
Note: Master Gardeners need a fresh specimen to make an accurate identification or assessment of the issue.
For plant problem diagnosis we require a representative sample that clearly shows the demarcation between un-thrifty and healthy tissue. Pick a fresh plant specimen, put the cut end of the stem in a moist paper towel, and then come to the Answer Clinic. If cut plants are left in sunny or hot location they will wilt excessively thus making diagnosis very difficult.
For plant identification we need a representative sample that includes the vegetative portion of the plant (leaves, branches, stems), a portion of the fruiting or flowering structure, and a representative portion of the stem or bark. For insect identification we need an intact specimen brought into us in a small container soon after capture.