PASSED -Garden Club Plant Sale – May 14, Saturday, 9am-2pm, downtown Camas, INDOOR SHOPPING!
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PASSED -Garden Club Plant Sale – May 14, Saturday, 9am-2pm, downtown Camas, INDOOR SHOPPING!

THIS SALE EVENT HAS PASSED.  Hope to see you 2023. Ready, set, SHOP!  THIS SATURDAY our annual plant sale returns!  The plants are waiting for you! WHEN: May 14, 2022, 9am-2pm WHERE: Zion Lutheran Church, 824 NE 4th Ave., Camas, WA. (Right across from Camas Safeway grocery store.) HOW: Shopping is indoors. Rain?  No worries!   … Continue reading

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Rain or Shine!  Tomorrow, May 7, 9am-4pm, Camas Plant & Garden Fair – downtown Camas, WA
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Rain or Shine! Tomorrow, May 7, 9am-4pm, Camas Plant & Garden Fair – downtown Camas, WA

The Camas Plant & Garden Fair of 2022 is tomorrow rain or shine! May 7, 9am-4pm, downtown Camas, WA. Over 70 vendors selling plants, art, decor,  food, lotions, potions, clothes, ironworks, bird houses and more! VENDORS:    http://cwplantfair.org/vendors WEBSITE:     http://cwplantfair.org FACEBOOK:   https://www.facebook.com/CamasPlantAndGardenFair This is not a Garden Club event, but we are HAPPY … Continue reading

Naturescaping Bare Root Trees, Shrubs & Perennial sale – April 30 & May 1, 2022
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Naturescaping Bare Root Trees, Shrubs & Perennial sale – April 30 & May 1, 2022

The Naturescapers of Southwest Washington, who maintain the Wildlife Botanical Gardens are having their annual “Bare Root Trees, Shrubs & Perennials Sale” April 30 & May 1, 2022. The CASEE Center (High School) students will also be selling native shrubs and trees from their greenhouse. LOCATION:  11000 NE 149th St., Brush Prairie, WA  98606. MORE … Continue reading

Clark Conservation District Plant Sale – Now thru Dec 31, 2021! SOLD OUT!
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Clark Conservation District Plant Sale – Now thru Dec 31, 2021! SOLD OUT!

The annual Clark Conservation District Native Plant Sale (2022) is GOING ON NOW, through the end of 2021! Go to their website for further info and to place your orders NOW online. Great prices and healthy plants ready to plant when you pick them up NEXT year Feb 19, 2022. MORE INFO:   https://clarkcd.org/plantsale (This is … Continue reading

Create native plant ecosystems in your own yard – Doug Tallamy Video
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Create native plant ecosystems in your own yard – Doug Tallamy Video

Douglas W. Tallamy, an eminent professor in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, explains how adding native plants in our yards can bring back nature. He explains the connections between plants, insects and the creatures that thrive upon them create strong interconnected ecosystems. By landscaping with native plants in … Continue reading

Native Plants & Vegetable Sale – Apr 27 & 28, 10am-3pm – CASEE Center
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Native Plants & Vegetable Sale – Apr 27 & 28, 10am-3pm – CASEE Center

The CASEE High School students will be having a Pacific Northwest Native Plant and Vegetable sale (many tomatoes!) at the same location and time as the Naturescaper’s “Bare Root Trees, Shrubs and Perennial Sale” . WHEN:  April 28 and 29, from 10am – 3pm WHERE:  their greenhouses at 11000 NE 149th St., Brush Prairie, WA … Continue reading

Book review:  The Humane Gardener, by Nancy Lawson
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Book review: The Humane Gardener, by Nancy Lawson

From one of our club members: “I just read a wonderful book about gardening for yourself AND wildlife, both flora and fauna, called ‘The Humane Gardener, nurturing a backyard habitat for wildlife’ by Nancy Lawson. If you haven’t (or even if you have) tried to make your garden wildlife friendly, it is a great introduction … Continue reading