HPSW will hold its 3rd Workshop! on December 3 from 10am-3pm

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HPSW will hold its third workshop this Fall on December 3 10-3  in Shoreline. It will cost $10 for members and $20 for non-members

It will cover

  • Putting the Garden to bed 
  • Fall Divisions
  • putting your plants in pots to bed
  • potting bulbs

Members can come and winterize the plants in the nursery for no charge

Demonstrations under cover

Lunch in the house, and warm up

we will have 2 shelters so we can learn even if it rains

If the weather is good, there will be more demos in the garden

bring a sack lunch. Lunch at 12:30 in the house. There are restaurants nearby on Aurora if you do not want to bring a sack lunch. 

reply to pr@hardyplantsocietywa.org to sign up. For questions, call 206 999 3092

HPSW 2016 Holiday Potluck – December 11 from 3pm to 6pm

imgres-1The 2016 Holiday Party will be at Madelyn Katzman’s house on Capitol Hill, near Volunteer Park.  

Sunday December 11 3-6pm

Please bring a dish to share, or wine. Plates and napkins etc. will be provided.

There is also a white elephant gift exchange. Bring something quirky and funny if possible, and nothing expensive for sure.   (You are not allowed to bring last year’s gift until next year.) 

You can come without sharing in the gift exchange, so don’t avoid us if this is not your thing.

Please contact Pamela Perrott at pamelaperrott@comcast.net or 206 999 3092 for  directions and further information.

Note: that parking in Capitol Hill is notoriously bad, although it is worse near the shopping streets of Broadway etc. and not so bad away from there. But allow for parking further away just in case. 

HPSW: Second Propagation Workshop Nov 12th, 10am to 3pm

images-2The Hardy Plant Society of Washington invites you to the 2nd offering of our popular autumn perennials propagation workshop. 

Saturday November 12th 10-3 in the Shoreline area.

Learn tricks of the trade from plant expert Bob Lilly. Overview of proper preparation begins promptly at 10am. Then we dive into division basics of key perennial types — no admittance after 11am. 

The basics will include dividing perennials with a variety of root structures: Asters divaricata & ‘The Prince’, Crocosmia, Geranium (Cranesbill), Hosta, Iris ‘Gerald Darby’, oriental lilies, Oxalis oregana, Trachystemon orientalis and more. 

We will also do hands-on winter prep on our perennials, techniques which can be used to help your garden thrive. Bulb planting in pots and methods. Lots of extras to take home and pot up or plant out in your own garden! 

Bring one or two questions on separate pieces of paper to try to stump us. Bring a sack lunch which will be inside. We will have apples to sample. Dress for weather although we will be under cover as much as possible. 

Email us at pr@hardyplantsocietywa.org to reserve your space; space is limited.  Workshop to be held in Shoreline (details will be emailed to participants).

$20 non-members, $10 members. Cash/check collected at class. 

HPSW Meeting –November 21st 7-9m Rick Kyper of the Evergreen Chrysanthemum Group

Rick Kyper of the Evergreen Chrysanthemum group will giimgresve a talk on Chrysanthemums, their culture  and classification

Evergreen Chrysanthemum Association

“Chrysanthemum growing is a fun hobby, even if you just learn to take a few cuttings from last year’s plants to put in your yard for the fall riot of color. Or you can up your game and learn to grow exhibition mums ”

Meeting at Center for Urban Horticulture;  NHS Hall Section A,

3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105  MAP

Doors open at 6:30 for Seed Sales and food & socializing .

Fall Perennials Propagation Workshop October 29th – 10am to 4pm

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Fall Perennials Propagation Workshop October 29th – 10am  to 4pm

Learn tricks of the trade from plant expert Bob Lilly. Overview of proper preparation begins promptly at 10am. Then we dive into division basics of key perennial types — no admittance after 11am. 

The basics will include Hosta, Pachyphragma, Crocosmia, Aconitum, Lilies, Polygonatum, Iris, Ophiopogon and more. We will also do hands-on winter prep on our perennials, techniques which can be used to help your garden thrive. Bulb planting in pots and methods. Lots of extras to take home and pot up or plant out in your own garden! General winterizing, apples to sample, bring one or two questions on separate pieces of paper to try to stump us. Bring a sack lunch which will be inside at 1pm. Dress well for wet weather although we will be under cover as much as possible.

Email us at pr@hardyplantsocietywa.org to reserve your space; limited to first 15.  Workshop to be held in Shoreline 

$20 non-members, $10 members.