12 Feb Out and About with Gardeners
It’s been awhile since I have reported on gardening news so I wanted to get updated, and also share with you. Of course, there is news about the show’s possible closing but I wanted some “getting hands dirty” news too and concentrate on the basics and love of gardening.
Valerie Easton interviewed our seminar manager, Janet Endsley, on how she selects speakers, how she schedules them and what topics she looks for. In addition she talks about several must-see seminars at the upcoming show.
A very cool list of 10 Virtual Garden Tours lets you see wonderful gardens from home. It’s informative and educational. My fave was the Medicinal garden. Can you guess why?
This is quite interesting. Design experts are saying that the colors we use in our gardens often reflect our mood. And our current economic status is being shown in our work.
A very unique, eco-friendly home is on the market in Seattle. It is “near Green Lake, part of the historic Denny Orchard that was saved. One element of the 3,300 square ft., highly sustainable home is its tanks, which help reclaim rain water and recycle it into the home and the ground.” Read the article and view the video.
Molbak’s is closing their Pike Place Market store. They have been there two decades.