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May 2009 Gardening Events

Mark your calendar, grab friends and hit the road for “must go” Pacific NorthWest gardening events.
Stroll through flowers for fresh, innovative green ideas to enhance your living space this spring.

 

King County Master Gardener Foundation Annual Plant Sale – Seattle, WA
May 1–3
Edible and ornamental marketplace featuring local growers. Plant experts dispel sage advice.

 

Spring Garden Fair – Canby, OR
May 2–3
One stop shopping! Row after row bursting with trees, shrubs, hanging baskets and vegetables.
Activities include new plant introduction displays, potting stations, talks and soil pH testing.

 

Beaverton Farmers Market – Beaverton, OR
Saturdays: May 5–October 31
Featuring 100 sustainable vendors producing the finest plants, flowers, luscious fruits, artisan foods,
organic vegetables, meat, fish and dairy products. Make your local farmer market a weekly adventure.

 

Inland Empire Gardeners Garden Expo – Spokane, WA
May 9
Highly anticipated event with 250 garden-related vendors to explore.
Seminars and demonstrations abound in a fun, festival atmosphere.

 

Oregon Plant Fair – Eugene, OR
May 9
One marvelous shopping day before Mother’s Day. Proceeds benefit GrassRoots Garden, Food for Lane County.

 

First Annual Gardens of Love Tour – Portland, OR
May 16th
Tour benefits The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Southeast Portland organization.
$30 per person includes bus ride, tours and lunch. Features Bishop’s Close Elk Rock Gardens,Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, Dulcy Mahar and Casa Ellis gardens. Contact: Gloria McFall 503.704.9339 to reserve your space.

 

Annual Naturescaped Yard Tour  – Portland, OR
May 31
Register early online to go behind the scenes and journey through five of Portland’s naturescaped gardens.
A free, self-guided tour will inspire experienced and novice gardeners alike.

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BeeDazzled Gardens creates specialized perennial beds and containers that attract beneficial insects, birds, and butterflies.

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