Spring has sprung and the gardens are just beginning to show off their colors. I've seen lilac buds about to bloom and the daffodils have been flowering for a few weeks. If you planned ahead you might have created some starters for vegetables and more indoors and if you didn't you could take advantage of the upcoming sale from Yakima's Master Gardeners.
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Yakima Master Gardeners is a non-profit group specializing in educating our community on all things plants and gardens. It is run by volunteers who understand the science behind what thrives in our area, when and where to plant and so much more!
Yakima Master Gardener Plant Sale
If you didn't get to create your own starts this year, take advantage of the Master Gardener Plant Sale, it's so popular they have chosen to extend the sale
- Friday, April 29th from 8 am to 4 pm
- Saturday, April 30th from 8 am to 4 pm
- Sunday, May 1st from 9 am to 2 pm
Yakima Master Gardener's Greenhouses is located at 1522 South 18th Avenue in Yakima
Upcoming Free Classes in the Garden for 2022
Located in the Demonstration Garden (Ahtanum Youth Activities Park – 1000 Ahtanum Blvd., Union Gap) and at the Heirloom Garden (adjacent to our greenhouse – 1522 South 18th Ave. – Yakima).
Each class is about one hour and will begin at 10:00 am.
Seating is very limited, so if you are able please bring your chair.
HEIRLOOM GARDEN 1522 South 18th Ave. – Yakima (Free parking)
Saturday, May 21 Raised Bed Gardening
Saturday, June 18 Growing Zucchini and All Things Squash
Saturday, July 16 Use and Preservation of Herbs
Saturday, August 20 Planning Vegetables for Winter Gardens
Saturday, September 17 Garden Clean-up; Preparing Beds for Winter
DEMONSTRATION GARDEN Ahtanum Youth Park – 1000 Ahtanum Blvd. – Union Gap (NOTE: $2 parking fee upon entering the park)
Saturday, May 14 DIY Self Watering Containers
Saturday, May 28 Perennials for Year-round Color and Dividing Perennials
Saturday, June 11 Tool Care for a Long Life
Saturday, June 25 Tree Health
Saturday, July 9 Drying and Pressing Flowers
Saturday, July 23 Using Native Plants to Benefit Wildlife & Pollinators
Saturday, August 13 Growing & Care of House Plants
Saturday, August 27 Bulbs You Really Want, But Didn’t Know You Did!
Saturday, September 10 Flowers for a Cutting Garden
Saturday, September 24 Planning Now for Starting Seeds
Saturday, October 8 Bird Seed Ornaments and Inviting Birds to Your Garden
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