General Bulb Planting Notes

General Notes


  • Bloom seasons are always approximate due to weather variations. E = Early EM = Early to Mid-season, M = Mid-season, ML = Mid to Late, L = Late
  • Almost all Tulips and Narcissus are packaged 5 bulbs per bag. See label for all other bulbs, for bulb-count per bag.
  • Always remove spent flowers from Narcissus and Tulips, but not the whole stem as stems also feed next year

October 2012 Work Party Schedule

Oct 6/7

  • Bulb Sale Work Parties … no work on CUH beds

Oct 13th Saturday 8:30-11:30am

  • ALL HANDS ON DECK! – Mulch and edge the Bressingham beds on Saturday the 13th. So bring sharp shovels especially straight bladed ones, and edging clippers that day.

OCTOBER – Fall Bulb Sale – Sun October 7th – 10am-2pm

Sunday, October 7th, from 10am-2pm we’ll hold our 2nd annual Fall Bulb Sale in the Douglas Classroom at the Center for Urban Horticulture.

SEPTEMBER – Zsofia Pasztor – Low Impact Development

Zsofia Pasztor

Using hardy and native plants in low impact development

Monday, September 17th, 7pm – 9pm

NHS Hall Section A, Center for Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105 Map
Low Impact Development

Low Impact Development – Zsofia Pasztor

Low Impact Development is the new buzz. LID involves soils and plants most of the time since these are the two foundational players in the hydrological function of a site. Rain gardens, green roofs, living walls, bioberms, restored or preserved natural areas are all LID solutions. Plants are the best allies, they look great, add value to the property, provide habitat to wildlife and manage water proficiently since this is what they

NAIOP 2012 Community Enhancement Project – SEPT 15 2012 – CUH