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Sat, Oct 07

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Yakima Valley Trolley Museum

Yakima County Heritage Garden Fall Workshop

Gardening with Natives Practicum - How and When to Plant Native Plants

Yakima County Heritage Garden Fall Workshop
Yakima County Heritage Garden Fall Workshop

Time & Location

Oct 07, 2023, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Yakima Valley Trolley Museum, 306 W Pine St, Yakima, WA 98902, USA

About the event

Gardening with Natives Practicum - How and When to Plant Native Plants

Heritage Garden Program Fall Workshop Yakima County

Join the Heritage Garden Program for our Fall 2023 practicum workshop!  Are you a novice with native plants and unsure where to start? Do you have a Heritage Garden Plan already but need some planting advice?  Are you an old pro with tips and tricks to share with your fellow gardeners?  There’s knowledge to be gained from all skill levels!  First, we’ll cover some of the basics of how and why to plant native species and strategies for a successful planting.  Then, we’ll get outside for some practical application by planting a public demonstration Heritage Garden at the Yakima Valley Trolley Museum.  The goal for this garden is to require no water once established.  All are welcome to this community event!

Saturday October 7th 10 AM -12:30 PM

Where: Yakima Valley Trolley Museum - 306 W Pine St, Yakima, WA

If you can, please RSVP here so we have an estimate of how many to expect.

Schedule of Events

10AM -10:30 AM Meet + Greet, Heritage Garden updates + Presentation

10:30 AM -12:30 PM Planting Practicum + Skill Share

12:30 PM - Optional Short Trolley Ride for attendees Courtesy of our YVTM Volunteers!

The Yakima Valley Trolley Museum is a local, volunteer led nonprofit dedicated to preserving America's last intact, early 20th Century, interurban electric railroad here in Yakima County!  Learn more about visiting and riding the YVTM at their website:  https://www.yakimavalleytrolleys.org/

Things to note:

We will be outdoors planting for part of this event.   Closed toed shoes and long pants are recommended. Light refreshments will be provided– if you can, bring your own reusable mug to help curtail waste in our host space.

What to bring:  Gardening Gloves + Water + Your Favorite Planting Tool!

We’ll have some spades on hand to borrow but if you have a favorite tool for digging in the garden, bring it!

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From the parking lot walk the paved path to the garden. The event will take place in and around the garden located in the south-west end of the park.

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