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HYBRID: Small Garden Love Affair

THIS IS A HYBRID EVENT: IN-PERSON OR WEBINAR Presented by Danilo Maffei, founding principal of Maffei Landscape Design, LLC in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Danilo’s philosophy is to gather experiences, not things. Objects alone do not make a garden better. Rather, it is an opportunity for people to meaningfully engage with the outdoors in all its ephemerality and to create seasonal transformations that truly elevate the garden from merely functional to truly sublime. In his lecture, Danilo will illustrate thoughtfully crafted...

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$24.50 – $35
Bellevue, WA 98005 United States
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DIY Wire Cloches (2 classes)

Taught by Alison Johnson with the Northwest Perennial Alliance. In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to make the wire cloches NPA uses in the Perennial Border at Bellevue Botanical Garden to keep rabbits from eating the plants. They make great plant supports too! Once you learn the wiring skills, you can make them any size and style that suits you, creating something worthy of a place in your garden. We will supply everything you need to make one...

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Aaron Education Center at the Bellevue Botanical Garden, 12001 Main St
Bellevue, WA 98005 United States
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Perennials for Year-Round Color

Presented by Cleo Raulerson in partnership with Master Gardener Foundation of King County. 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...

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$10.50 – $15

Hydrangeas: A Gardeners Guide

Taught by Kit Haesloop. Hydrangeas are an excellent shrub for year-round interest with a long bloom season. Kit will describe the distinguishing characteristics between species and give you a colorful overview of the incredible choices available and their preferred growing conditions. Do you wonder why your hydrangeas don’t bloom or bloom poorly? Kit will describe best maintenance practices and detailed pruning techniques for beautiful blooms. $10.50 BBGS Member/ $15 Non-Member.  

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$10.50 – $15
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LECTURE: Parks, Plants, and Perseverance

Wed., March 15, 7 pm


LECTURE: Small Garden Love Affair

Mon., February 13, 6:30pm




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