Virtual 'Root Cellaring' class, presented by the WSU Master Gardeners Sign up by phone at (509) 447-2401 or by emailing email@example.com before noon 9/08/22.
Virtual 'Insects in the Garden' class, presented by the WSU Master Gardeners Sign up by phone at (509) 447-2401 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before noon 10/13/22.
Virtual 'Soils' class, presented by the WSU Master Gardeners Sign up by phone at (509) 447-2401 or by emailing email@example.com before noon 11/10/22.
Our Springtime Hanging Basket Sale is going on again, get your orders in Now thru April! Delivery TBD, but will be prior to Mother's Day. 12 Inch Baskets of Geraniums and Fuchsias are available. $30 Each. Email your orders to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include a phone number for updates. Looking for assistance on […]
2023 MASTER GARDENER CLASS SERIES Join Master Gardeners Dixie Chichester and Kamori Cattadoris for an evening outdoors in the Demonstration Garden at WSU Extension. Participants should dress appropriately (warm clothing and sturdy shoes or boots). Participants should bring a lawn/camp chair. Parking is available in the WSU Extension lot or on Circle Drive adjacent to […]
2023 MASTER GARDENER CLASS SERIES Join us at the WSU Extension Office in Newport for a conversation with Spokane Horticulturist Tim Kohlhauf. He will be presenting how to identify plant disease and damage from varying types of pests, some of the most common garden pests in eastern Washington, and recommended tools for managing them. To […]
Mark Your Calendars, You Won't Want to Miss This! Friday, August 4th from 9-12pm is Garden Clinic Day at the WSU Demo Garden. Visit with your local Master Gardeners about gardening in Pend Oreille County. Friendly knowledge and refreshments provided. Watch a demo on testing the pH of your garden soil, repeated on the hour. […]
What does it mean to Eat a Rainbow? Discover the vibrant world of fruits and vegetables! Join us as we explore the concept of 'Eating a Rainbow' and learn how different colors can unlock a rainbow of health benefits. 🌈🍎🥕 #Nutrition #Gardening #Cooking #GardenToTable Participants will be learning about fruits and vegetables from each color […]
WSU Master Gardener Kamori Cattadoris presents Edible Landscaping, the use of food plants as design features in a landscape. These plants are used both for aesthetic value as well as consumption. Edible landscaping incorporates food-producing plants and flowers that you can eat. It combines fruit and nut trees, berry bushes, vegetables and herbs. Learn why […]