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Monday, February 8, 2016 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
What constitutes a native plant for gardeners in the Portland metro region? Native to North America? The Pacific Northwest? Or a Douglas Fir forest on Mount Hood? Or the banks of the Clackamas River? Linda Hardison, director of the Oregon Flora Project (OFP), is uniquely qualified to speak on this and offer advice on the use native plants in our gardens.
Linda believes calling a plant “native” requires consideration of both time and place. Speaking from the perspective of the OFP, she will introduce us to a myriad of Oregon’s native plants – along with naturalized and exotic species. Together we will learn the context from which these plants arise, and gain an appreciation for the biodiversity found in our state.
*MG education credit
Thursday, February 25, 2016 8:30 AM - Saturday, March 12, 2016 4:00 PM
The Yamhill County Master Gardeners Association and the Yamhill County OSU Extension Service are pleased to announce that the 4th annual Spring into Gardening event.
This year’s theme will be “Home Landscaping - Small Changes – Big Impact”. Eight speakers will discuss a variety of Gardening and Lanscaping topics.