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Grass debris - 7:36 a.m. 5/7/2016
New too Woodland, just bought a few
acres but we have a couple of acres
mostly grass, where, what or how do I
get rid of the grass?? Burning it does
not smell very good..please anyone let
me know??

Gabriela Duran - Woodland, Washington

Bare Root Tree, Shrub & Perennials Sale April 25 & 26, May 2 NatureScaping of SW WA - 12:29 p.m. 1/31/2015
I am coordinating the annual fundraiser tree, shrub & perennial sale for NatureScaping, and I would love it if we could have our event included in your community calendar, as we hope it will be of interest to your members. I would also be happy to provide you copies of the flyer or a full press release.
As spring approaches, nonprofit NatureScaping is preparing for their annual Bare Root Tree, Shrub & Perennial Sale to be held April 25- 26 & May 2 from 10 am - 3 pm at the Wildlife Botanical Gardens located at 11000 NE 149th Street, Brush Prairie; west of the CASEE Center.
This is the organization’s largest fundraiser, held in cooperation with students from the adjacent Center for Agriculture, Science, and Environmental Education who will be selling landscaping plants as well as vegetable starts. NatureScaping is offering a wide selection of trees, shrubs, and perennials starting at only $8, $5, and $1 respectively. There will be Mason Bee cocoons 10 for $15 and garden photos. Quantities of the most popular varieties will be limited but members of NatureScaping get the best selection early on April 25th at 9:00 am. Membership is only $20 and can be purchased on site. NatureScaping will also have people on hand during the sale to answer any questions and to assist in loading plants.
One of the best ways a homeowner can learn about which plants are right for their site is to visit the Gardens where natives are incorporated along with self-sufficient food production and more traditional landscape designs. Natursecaping maintains several specialty theme gardens, open year round and spread over three acres in Southwest Washington. The gardens, and devoted volunteer gardeners, demonstrate and teach area residents classes in pruning, mason bee keeping, and other gardening concepts that attract birds, butterflies, hummingbirds and other wildlife to residential gardens. All proceeds benefit NatureScaping in its mission to help educate the public about wildlife friendly gardening practices and the use of native plants.
NatureScaping relies on volunteers to prepare the plants in the weeks prior and help on the day of the sale itself. Volunteers get a free plant or tree for each 4 hour shift worked. Training is provided for anyone who is new to this fundraising sale, and groups are welcome. More information is available from volunteers@naturescaping.org.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if I can be of further assistance.
Thank you, Jillian Echlin
NatureScaping SW Washington

NatureScaping of SW WA - Brush Prarie, WA

25th Annual Woodland High School Plant Sale - 8:38 a.m. 4/15/2014
Come and check out our 25th Annual Plant Sale!!!
When: May 9th from 8am to 6pm and May 10th from 9am to 2pm.
Where: 757 Park St.in the WHS Greenhouse.
There are lots of plants to choose from annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, petunias, marigolds, geraniums, and tons of vegetables including 30 different varieties of tomatoes.

Mary Ellen Vetter - Woodland, Wa

How to trim - 4:10 p.m. 11/11/2012

I'm a new home owner in Woodland, WA. I have a
well established, huge hydrangea in my yard. I'm
wondering how to prune it to control it's size.
What time of year do I prune? Do I just trim it
back, or do I cut some stalks completely away?

Also, I have a bunch of rose bushes. What is the
best way to prune these and what time of year?

How about blueberries? Thank you.

New home owner - Woodland, WA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - 3:22 p.m. 4/18/2012

Woodland WA, April 18, 2011 – The City of Woodland has opened its Community Gardens for the 2012 season. The public is invited to rent a plot to fulfill their gardening needs. Rental includes a 20x20 lot and on-site water. The gardens are accessible from April 1st through October 31st. Organic gardening is preferred.

The Community Garden fees are as follows:

· City Residents 62 & Over $30.00

· City Residents Under 62 $40.00

· Non-Residents $50.00

Please contact the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at (360) 225-8281 for any additional information. Applications can be picked up at the City Hall Annex located at 230 Davidson, Woodland, WA

Noel Johnson - Woodland, WA

how do we join? - 11:12 a.m. 3/11/2012
we would like to know how to join the
woodland gardening club. we are buying
some property in kalama wash. and will
be planting flowers, trees, and a
garden on this 2 acres. thank you

bernadine baum - 1548 n.e. river rd #108 longview, wash. 98632

starting a garden - 10:57 p.m. 12/24/2011
im wanting to start practicing permaculture and substainability. I have half an acre to work with and was wondering if i could get a list of native or local produce to plant and where to obtain seeds bulbs or starts that i will need. im trying to get my family about 12 of us local, into living more substainably, hopefully the neighbors can benefit from the extra product if it goes smoothly.

codey miller - woodland, wa

Planted: - 4:45 p.m. 4/6/2010
I have planted red onions, Walla Walla sweet onions, leeks, red potatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, brocoli, a row of De Caen Anemenies along the front and two dahlias by the LewisRiver.com sign. Lots of spaces left.

Noel Johnson - Woodand, WA

what's blooming now... - 10:16 p.m. 4/1/2010
Just a heads's-up on what we have blooming in our garden near SE Portland. Tulips,pansies,primroses,Spanish Bluebells (wood hyathiths),johnny-jump-ups,rock phlox,drwarf irises, and Japanese Kerria.(The daffodils are almost entirely spent).
The sweet sugar-snap peas are about 5 inches tall.

Carolyn Lehl - milwaukie, Oregon

Community Garden is Ready - 6:46 p.m. 3/28/2010
The field has been tilled and the plots have been marked out so. LETS START PLANTING.

John Stark - Woodland,Wa.

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