Category Archives: Garden Blog
Come to our Apple and Pear Day event on Saturday, October 11, 2014 Learn about apple and pear varieties and see a demonstration of how to prune a central leader tree to an open center shape. Sample sweet cider. There … Continue reading
Come out and hear Lee Reich speaking on August 9th, followed by a tour of the espalier in our Fruit Garden. Bring a sack lunch.
Espalier Workshop in the Fruit Garden Saturday, July 19th 11:00 – 3:00 $10 for non-members (free to WWFRF members) Preregistration required: contact Kristan Johnson at email@example.com Bring your pruners! Learn how to help espalier specialist Kristan Johnson prune and shape … Continue reading
Author Lee Reich will be speaking on “Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden” and leading a subsequent tour of the espalier in the WWFRF demonstration fruit garden, Saturday, August 9, 2014, from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Washington State … Continue reading
Scionwood – $3 Rootstock – $4 Grafting – $4
The board meeting to be held on February 8th in the Atrium of the Convention Center in Seattle will begin at 10:00 am instead of 1:00 pm. All members are welcome to attend.
2014 WWFRF Scionwood & Rootstock List
Come to our Winter Field Day and learn about grafting, mason bees, fruit varieties from around the world, red fleshed apples, and the best apple varieties for Western Washington. There will be live demonstrations of pruning trees and blueberries in … Continue reading
Our next event is the Apple and Pear Day on October 12th, 2013! Learn about apple and pear varieties with scab resistance and anthracnose control. Sample sweet cider. There will be some fresh eating apples and pears available for picking … Continue reading