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Ciscoe Morris

Radio, TV host, columnist, gardening celebrity and author, Ask Ciscoe

Ciscoe Morris began his gardening career at age ten, when he harassed a priest at a neighborhood church into hiring him as a lawn boy. For 24 years he directed the gardening and landscaping at Seattle University. During his tenure, the University won several prestigious environmental awards including the EPA’s highest national environmental award. The gardening program he developed led Seattle University to be the only University campus in Washington designated as a wildlife sanctuary. In 2001 he was awarded the King County ‘Earth Hero Award.’ Ciscoe has been a longtime WSU Master Gardener, an ISA Certified Arborist and a WSNLA Horticulturist. He has a distinguished media career. ‘Gardening with Ciscoe Live’ shows in 6 states and can be viewed on the NWCN TV Network. ‘Gardening with Ciscoe’ with co-host Meeghan Black can be viewed on NWCN and KONG. He appears regularly on KING 5 New Day and the afternoon news. His radio show, ‘Gardening with Ciscoe,’ is on News Talk 97.3 KIRO FM. Ciscoe also writes a weekly column in the Seattle Times, and his book, Ask Ciscoe . – Oh La La! Your Gardening Questions Answered (Sasquatch, 2006) is a national bestseller. Ciscoe’s home garden has been featured in local and national publications. Despite giving close to 100 garden talks a year, Ciscoe regularly leads garden tours to countries all over the world.


Be a Garden Thief: Steal Ideas From Other Gardens

Ciscoe will share the insights he has gleaned from visiting gardens, famous and not-so-famous, all over the world, including some great ones right here in the Pacific Northwest.

Friday, Feb 19 at 10:30 am / Rainier Room / Book signing to follow

That Can’t Grow Here: Plants that are Worth a Try

We can grow a wider variety of plants in the Pacific Northwest than almost anywhere in the world. Ciscoe will discuss spectacular and unusual plants that are not generally associated with our region. He will also give hints for growing the best of everything.

Saturday, Feb 20 at 4:30 pm / Rainier Room / Book signing to follow