Newsletter June 2013

SAM_0807What’s New

Classes at Falling Water Gardens

Our series of classes continues this month. We’ll kick it off with Pots, Bubblers, and Spitters. Are you interested in a water feature but short on space? Looking for a less expensive water feature? Perhaps you’re not interested in the naturalistic pond style and prefer something a little more modern. Bubbling pots and spitters are a great option. You’ll be surprised to know just how easy and economical this type of water feature can be. Whether it’s an overflowing pot, a shallow pool with a bamboo spigot, or a series of spitters, you’ll learn how, and what you need to do it.

Don’t forget to check out the other free courses in our series. There’s one every Sunday at 1pm! See the schedule here.

sortSorticulture 2013, Everett’s Garden Arts Festival
June 7, 8 and 9

Legion Memorial Park
145 Alverson Blvd. at W. Marine View Dr.
Everett, Washington 98201

Fri: 10 am – 8 pm
Sat: 10 am – 6 pm
Sun: 10 am – 4 pm

Join us in Everett once again this year! We love this event. Sorticulture unites art and the garden in a celebration of creative outdoor living. Our featured artists create distinctive hand-crafted garden art and our nurseries produce a wide variety of plants to transform your backyard. Learn tips and tricks from top regional gardening experts including KING 5’s Ciscoe Morris. Sorticulture also features display gardens, food fair, wine garden, live music and free activities for the kids.

Mother’s Day 2013

Our Mother’s Day Weekend was a great success. Thank you so much to everyone who came out to mix, mingle and shop for their garden. We would also like to thank everyone who made last month’s events Ladies Night and Night at the Garden so memorable. We’ve really been enjoying hosting these events. We love to hear, “This is the first time I’ve been here.” Did you know that we also host garden club meetings? Just last month the Cherry Gardens Horticulture Club of Duvall held their meeting here ‘after hours’. We keep the nursery open, provide food and beverage, and Rick will typically give an informational talk on the topic of your choice. Ask us how to get your club on the schedule!

SAM_2002New Fish Have Arrived!

That’s right. We like to stay stocked up during this season. Whether you’re interested in butterfly koi, sarassa, shubunkin or Japanese koi, we’ve got a fish for you. Goldfish start at $6 and koi at just $12. Come out and peruse our selection.


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