Tacoma Home + Garden Show at Tacoma Dome (Tacoma, Washington)

Attend the Tacoma Home + Garden Show at the Tacoma Dome for exhibits, shopping, and tips on how to make your home and garden the best that it can be! AHS members get a 2 for 1 ticket discount. Make sure to present your PDF coupon at the door!

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Webinar held by Bellevue Botanical Garden: Perennials for Year-Round Color

Taught by Cleo Raulerson in partnership with Master Gardeners of King County. In this webinar you will learn about perennials that provide color for each month of the year. Cleo talks about her favorite “tried and true,” “new or unusual,” and “self-seeders or creepers” perennials. You will look at criteria to help define what type of garden you have, as well as how to set up a framework for the perennials and other plants you would like in your garden. Cleo will also demonstrate how to use the Bellevue Botanical Garden ‘Plant Collection Search’ to identify plants you see there or how to find out which varieties are planted at the Garden. $10.50 for Bellevue Botanical Garden Members; $10.50 King County Master Gardener members; $15 non-members.

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Dark Sky Dinners at the Sawtooth Botanical Garden (Gimlet, ID)

Enjoy the Sawtooth Botanical Garden in winter on the darkest nights of the year! Dark Sky Dinner events feature a “farm to greenhouse” catered meal with wine for 40 people in our heated greenhouse, a “snow bar” and warming fire pits outside the greenhouse, and night sky viewing telescopes outside on the darker, north side of the Visitor Center. Prepare to bundle up!

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Virtual Class by the Hoyt Arboretum: Little Brown Birds

Do you think all those little brown birds (LBBs) are hard to tell apart? Attend this online workshop to learn all you need to know about who those LBBs are, where to find them, and how to attract (some of) them to your yard. You’ll even learn about the fledglings of several local species that look nothing like their parents to make identification even more confusing. Held by the Hoyt Arboretum.

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Northwest Flower & Garden Festival at the Seattle Convention Center (Seattle, Washington)

Celebrate “Spring Vibes Only” with over 20 display gardens, more than 90 free seminars and workshops, and thousands of treasures in the garden marketplace. The Northwest Flower & Garden Festival is the best annual event to gather ideas and inspiration for beautiful living spaces. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting to dig in the dirt, there’s something for everyone! Held at the Seattle Convention Center. AHS members get a 2 for 1 ticket discount.

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Terrarium Workshop at The Oregon Garden (Silverton, OR)

Learn the history, science and care of a true, self-contained, closed-system tropical terrarium and create your own to take home in this fun two hour, hands-on workshop. Your ticket price covers all class materials including a glass vessel, soil, moss and plants! Held at The Oregon Garden.

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Winter Walk at the Mount Pisgah Arboretum (Eugene, OR)

During cloudy days, lichen light up the Arboretum! Participate in the Like a Lichen Family Walk at the Mount Pisgah Arboretum. We will explore the many varieties of lichen we find in the park, and find out their important role in our ecosystem. FREE for Arboretum Members, Non-Members- $5 per person, kids 4 and under always free.

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Farwest Green Industry Trade Show

With nearly 400 exhibitors, Farwest is your ticket to the nursery and retail garden center industry. Whether you’re a grower, retailer, wholesale buyer, supplier, or landscape professional, you’ll find that Farwest offers you the complete trade show experience.

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Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Join us as we celebrate “Greetings from Spring” with over 20 display gardens, more than 90 free seminars and workshops, and thousands of treasures in the garden marketplace. The Northwest Flower & Garden Festival is the best annual event to gather ideas and inspiration for beautiful living spaces. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting to dig in the dirt, there’s something for everyone!

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Spokane Master Gardener Symposium (in-person and virtual)

The Master Gardener Foundation of Spokane County presents Cabin Fever Annual Gardening Symposium: “Tending Gardens – Nurturing Hope.” Taking place on Saturday, March 12, 2022 as a hybrid (In-Person/Virtual) event focusing on sustainable gardening. Featured speakers include Douglas Tallamy, PhD and John J. Albers, PhD, plus 12 regional gardening experts, vendors and organizations focused on the environment. Register early at mgfsc.org.

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