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HPSW Meeting -June 15 @ 7pm : Bob Seaman – Pacific Coast Irises

It’s said that growing Pacific Coast Iris can be a challenge. This may be true for some of them, but they are well worth the effort!   Join Bob Seaman for a stroll through the garden and see why. Bob will do a quick review of other irises as well. Bob Seaman has created a beautiful garden […]

HPSW Meeting – Change of Date- Tuesday January 20th @ 7pm!

Due to the MLK Holiday the HPSW will be meeting on  Tuesday Jan 20th    Bob Lilly will be speaking on travels to gardens in India from a trip he took a few years ago. Bob will talk about a trip he made four years ago to India. He judged a flower show in Calcutta, and visited […]

HPSW Meeting: November 17 @ 7pm with Ross Bayton

 How Plants Get Their Names       Dr. Ross Bayton, a taxonomist who trained at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (UK), will explain what taxonomy is, why it’s important and how it affects gardeners. So if you’ve ever felt frustrated when your favorite plant changed its name, he’s the one to blame (feel free […]

HPSW Meeting: June 16th @ 7pm – Irises – Patrick Spence

          There will be an HPSW meeting  Monday June 16th; at CUH, on Irises by Patrick Spence Refreshments and socializing 6:30 NHS Hall Section A, Center for Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98105 MAP CUH is at 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, WA 98105 http://www.cascadiairisgardens.com/about-us.aspx Patrick’s energies have since become […]

January 21st Meeting: Jewels of the Spring Garden

The HPSW January meeting will be Tuesday January 21, because Monday is MLK Day, 6:30-8:30 at CUH.   Mary Ellen Asmundson will speak on Corydalis and Bleeding Hearts, Jewels of the Spring Garden.  Her presentation is a study of the plant family and will cover taxonomy, cultivation, and propagation of common and unusual species for northwest gardens.  She will show lots of photos of species and cultivars […]