Category Archives: Garden Blog
The date for the Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon has been changed to Thursday, August 1st at noon at the south end of the Fruit Garden. All volunteers are invited.
Saturday volunteer/educational opportunities coming! Those of you who work during the week will soon have an opportunity to volunteer and learn in the Fruit Garden on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Mike McWilliams will be leading the volunteers. … Continue reading
Come to the Fruit Garden at 16650 WA-536, Mt Vernon, WA 98273 at 9 am tomorrow (Thursday) to volunteer. Go through the Discovery Garden to get to the Fruit Garden and go to the sheds on the south end of … Continue reading
Gary Moulton will be in our Panel Discussion on Healthy Soil Management at our Winter Field Day this Saturday. We look forward to seeing him again.
Join us at our annual Winter Field Day on Saturday, March 2, 2019! We’ll have a special emphasis on soil for growing fruit this year plus rootstock and scion wood sales, workshops on pruning and grafting, and Fruit Garden demonstrations … Continue reading
The Apple and Pear Sample the Harvest Event on October 13th is a great chance to try out the later apples and pears. The event will begin with educational talks and demonstrations about pruning and cider. There will be apples … Continue reading
Instead of Saturday the workshop will begin at 11:30 on the 9th. More information here.
Here is the list of scion wood we will have available at the Winter Field day on March 3rd, 2018. There will be additional cider apple varieties, but we don’t know which ones yet.
At the the Winter Field Day on March 3, 2018 we will have an emphasis on nuts and unusual fruit such as Persimmon, Medlar, Cornelian cherry, Fig, Mulberry. English walnut, Chestnut and Sea Buckthorn, in addition to the usual pruning … Continue reading
Don’t miss our Winter Field Day on Saturday, March 3, 2018. There will be an emphasis on unusual fruit along with out usual workshops and demonstrations on pruning, pest control, and grafting. Scionwood and rootstocks will be available for sale. … Continue reading