The HPSW March Meeting , – Cancelled

Our Program with Sue Goetz and “TheHerb Lovers Garden” will be rescheduled for AUGUST 17th, 2020.

Sue Goetz, Garden Designer and Consultant, will speak on ‘The Herb-Lovers Garden’:  Landscaping, fragrance, healing, edibles, seasoning and cut flowers.  Growing hints, landscape design and recipes included.

Sue Goetz is an award-winning garden designer, writer, and speaker. Through her business ‘The Creative Gardener’ and as staff designer with Father Nature Landscapes, she works with clients to personalize outdoor spaces – from garden coaching to full landscape design. Her design work has earned gold medals at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show and specialty awards including; the Sunset Magazine award, the Fine Gardening magazine award and The American Horticultural Society Award. 

Sue Goetz, CPH , eco_pro

Garden Design, Consultation, Speaker and Author

www.thecreativegardener.com

Design Build with Father Nature Landscapes 
www.fathernaturelandscapes.com

Author of The Herb Lover’s Spa Book and A Taste for Herbs
www.herbloversgarden.com

Writing and speaking are other ways Sue shares her love of the garden. Her motto “inspiring gardeners to create” defines her talks and hands-on 

Meeting at Center for Urban Horticulture;  NHS Hall, Section A, Doors open at 6:30 for Seed Sales and food & socializing .
3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105  MAP

Time for the HPSW Holiday Party – Sunday – January 19th from 1 to 4 pm

HPSW Holiday Party will be next Sunday January 19th from 1-4 at Madelyn Katzman’s house on North Capitol Hill 

The party is a potluck. Madelyn/HPSW will supply plates etc. You supply the food. Please bring an item to share. 


We will also have a white elephant gift exchange. You can come to the party even if you don’t want to participate in the white elephant gift exchange. Please bring a wrapped gift. If you buy something for the gift exchange, it should not be an expensive gift, just something odd or funny. It’s something you think is a white elephant – something you don’t want, won’t use. But, interestingly enough, one person’s white elephant is someone else’s prized possession. You cannot bring back what you got last year. You can bring back what you got 2 years ago. We will draw numbers to choose who picks a gift first. 
Questions? Pam Perrott at 206 999 3092

You can come without sharing in the gift exchange, so don’t avoid us if you aren’t interested in the gift exchange.

HPSW Meeting – TUESDAY! January 21st from 7-9pm “The Good the Bad and the Yummy” with Sarah Verlinde

*Meeting is Tuesday not Monday due to MLK Holiday

Sarah Verlinde, Launch Specialist with the UW Bothell Herbarium Collections, and fellow researcher Ashley will speak on ‘The Good, the Bad and the Yummy’, restoring bird habitat through the use of native and perennials plants and shrubs in the Pacific Northwest.

Sarah earned a degree in Biology which included several plant studies.  She participated in wetland mitigation and restoration projects with Snohomish County, doing plant inventory and monitoring.  She worked as an intern at the Tulalip Tribes to reintroduce a native food source, Wapato (Sagittaria latifolia), to tribal land.  With this project she won a Scholarship Award from the Society for Wetland Scientists and presented at the PNW 2015 Conference in Olympia. 

Sarah Verlinde works full-time as a Launch Specialist at the UW Bothell Office of Research.  Most of her work focuses on grant support and new projects, including the launch of the UW Bothell Herbarium which began in 2015.

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

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

3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105  MAP


HPSW Meeting – Monday November 18th 7-9pm -“The Rhizosphere: Where Plants & Humans Meet

Join us and Gardener Dina Russell, Founder of PlantShare in her talk on “The Rhizosphere: Where Plants & Humans meet” .

We will have a lively discussion on the region of soil in the vicinity of plant roots in which the chemistry and microbiology is influenced by their growth, respiration, and nutrient exchange.

November 18th from 7-9pm

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

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

3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105  MAP

Everyone is welcome to bring refreshments

October 20th -Don’t Miss the 9th Annual HPSW Bulb and Plant Sale

Hardy Plant Society of Washington
9th Annual Fall Bulb and Plant Sale

Sunday October 20, 2019, 10 am – 2 pm

Lots of varieties of fall planted, spring blooming bulbs at good prices: alliums, galanthus, crocus, narcissus, tulips, and smaller more unusual bulbs that are sometimes hard to find. Bulbs packaged in small amounts like 5-10 bulbs per bag,

 There will also be plants for sale that look good in autumn and you will find HPSW seeds packets for sale.

Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105