‘Natural Yard Care’ workshops offered by gardening experts

April 16, 2014 

The City of Gig Harbor and Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department are presenting a fun, free and informative “Natural Yard Care” workshop series at the Gig Harbor Civic Center, 3510 Grandview St., from 6:30 to 8:30pm, beginning April 29th.

The workshops are free, but space is limited so reservations are recommended.

Instructors will teach how to design and maintain a beautiful landscape the natural way. There will be prizes and snacks offered.

Three workshops will address a variety of yard maintenance issues. Sign up for the entire series or whatever fits your schedule.

No Fear Garden Design with instructor Sue Goetz, April 29.

Goetz, the owner of Creative Gardener shares her passion for gardening and offers a creative approach to designing with easy, do-it-yourself projects. Gardening for Non-Stop Color and Interest with instructor Robin Haglund, May 6.

Award-winning landscape designer Haglund helps bring the Wow-factor to a yard 365 days a year. Intermingle trees, shrubs, ferns, grasses, perennials, annuals, and art to create stunning gardening effects.

Right Plant in the Right Place with Scott Vergara, May 13.

Woodland Gardens owner Vergara, with nearly 50 years of horticulture experience, will help you make better initial plant choices to beautify your yard.

Call Walt at 253-798-4708 to reserve your space today, or email wburdsall@tpchd.org.

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