Category Archives: Garden Blog
We will start with Sam Benowitz talking about rootstocks followed by a presentation by Bob Baines called A Guided Virtual Tour of the Fruit Garden, followed by a Q & A session. Register in advance for this webinar:Click here After … Continue reading
We will still be having Richard Fairfield talking about the new support structures for the Kiwis and Blueberry netting, but instead of blueberry pruning we will have a video with Kiwibob teaching how to winter prune kiwis. Kiwis need to … Continue reading
If you are a current member we will be sending you an email with the link to view the webinar from last Saturday within a couple of days. Please make sure your email is accepting emails from firstname.lastname@example.org, which is … Continue reading
We will be covering growing blueberries and our blueberry net structure we use at the Fruit Garden in Mount Vernon. More information to come.
Click here to find an updated version of our Best Varieties handout.
Our next Webinar will be Saturday March 6th at 10 am. There has been a change to our schedule for the webinar tomorrow. The schedule will be as follows:10:00 am Selection of Fruit Trees for the Home Garden10:30 am Annual … Continue reading
Below is the schedule. You may watch any or all of the presentations you are interested in watching. 10 am We will start with a short video on how to cut and store scionwood. Then Bill Davis will give a … Continue reading
We have received news that Dr. Bob Norton, who was the the supervisor for Washington Sate University’s Research Station at Mount Vernon for 30 years starting in the early 60’s, passed away yesterday. Dr. Norton was a frequent speaker at … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that we will begin a series of educational webinars for 2021. In March our Winter Field Day with Annual Membership Meeting will take place during the webinar, since we are unable to have it at … Continue reading