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February 2018 Newsletter

February 2018 Newsletter

Features:

  • February meeting Program: “Garden and Landscape Design” presented by Kirsten Lints of ‘Gardens Alive Design’
  • Gardening to Do’s in February- from Kirsten Lints
  • Issaquah History Museum Valentine’s Play Date & Trolly
  • Free workshops at Bellevue Demonstration Gardens and Cascade Water Alliance
  • February Gardening Tips from Bellevue Botanical Garden Staff
  • Valentine Soup recipe

January 2018 Newsletter

January 2018 Newsletter

 

Features:

  • January meeting program: “Creating Botanical Expressions with Dwarf and miniature Plants” presented by Carole Moklebust of Squak Mountain Nursery.
  • “My New Year’s Resolution” essay by Lise Bixler
  • Things “To Do in January”
  • ‘Take a Mindful Walk in the Peaceful Winter Garden’ by Deborah Will, LMFT (June Ann Hassebroek’s daughter)
  • “The Gardener” poem by Mary Oliver

April 2017 Newsletter

April 2017 Newsletter

Features:

  • April meeting program: “The Many Beautiful Varieties of Hardy Fuchsias at the Bellevue Botanical Gardens”
  • Photo:¬†June Ann Hassebroek receiving the Seattle Civic Garden Club “Gardener of the Year” award at the March GALA in Olympia.
  • Photos from WSFGC GALA XXXIX, March 15, 2017 in Olympia, WA.
  • About Bees, tips from a new website “The Humane Gardener”
  • Pacific NW Botanical Artist Show in the Miller Library
  • Bellevue Demonstration Garden
  • A Pruning Primer

February 2017 Newsletter

February 2017 Newsletter

Features:

  • February meeting program: “Using Rain Gardens to Protect the Beauties of Nature”
  • Rain Garden Basics, from the WSU Extension website
  • Pollinators Need our Help, by June Ann Hassebroek
  • The Pollinator Pathway, founded by Sarah Bergmann
  • The Xerces Society, the largest pollinator conservation program in the world
  • “The Layered Garden” book by David L. Culp
  • Rosemary-Roasted Sweet Potatoes, recipe