ALL SEMINARS ARE FREE with your ticket. DIG IN and turn your garden dreams into reality!
Author, speaker, and avid gardener and cook, Lorene Edwards Forkner pursues a garden-based life filled with seasonal pleasures, delicious flavors, and creative exploration. A small city garden in Seattle is her canvas for color play and pleasing plant combinations as well as a living workshop for her many projects; she dreams of a backyard harvest large enough to satisfy both the birds and her love of berries. Lorene is the editor of Pacific Horticulture, a quarterly magazine for that supports the power of gardens on the West Coast and beyond. She is passionate about personality-infused gardens and the beautiful, fruitful, and innovative landscapes of our region. Lorene is the author of 5 gardening titles including the bestselling Handmade Garden Projects and the Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening: PNW, both from Timber Press. Previously, she was the owner/operator of Fremont Gardens, a small specialty nursery in Seattle that focused on unique plants, garden design, and supporting organic practices.
Gardens enrich our lives, help build livable communities, and nourish this increasingly hot and crowded planet. Tending a plot of land, no matter how big or how small, puts you in a relationship with nature. Tune in to natural rhythms and everyday wonders by crafting a beautiful landscape where humans, plants, and wildlife amicably co-exist. While grounded in the garden, we’ll explore projects and practices connected to the world beyond its borders.
Friday, Feb 9 at 12:30 pm / Hood Room / Book signing to follow