The Whidbey Gardening Workshop attracts gardeners from all over the Puget Sound region who are looking for great advice on how to improve their own gardens. From beginners to advanced, everyone will come away with new information, new ideas, and new enthusiasm!
Class topics include everything from composting to beginners’ tips, from tool selection to herb gardens, from small space gardens to drought resistant gardens – there’s something for everyone, from the novice to seasoned gardener.
Registration opens on January 14! Register soon as the popular classes fill quickly!
At her keynote address, “Re-wilding Our Gardens,” Jessi Bloom helps us expand diversity in our gardens and improve resistance to the deleterious effects we are all experiencing with climate change.
New this year are Make-n-Take classes where participants will learn a technique and take their project home with them.
This Workshop is produced and presented by the Island County Master Gardener Foundation in affiliation with the WSU Extension Service of Island County