Mystery plant identification:  What could it be?  Where to look?
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Mystery plant identification: What could it be? Where to look?

One of our members discovered a plant growing under the dappled shade and moist soil under some Vine Maples and 150 foot tall Douglas Firs.  But, what was it? It has “mostly” heart shaped leaves.  The leaves on the flower stems are alternated, not opposing.  The plants are about 4″-6″ tall, with some stems reaching … Continue reading

Big Plant Sale List – Plants ARRIVING Saturday, May 14, 9am-3pm!
Herbs / Natives / Past Club Events / Plant Sale

Big Plant Sale List – Plants ARRIVING Saturday, May 14, 9am-3pm!

Here is the BIG PLANT LIST for the Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal’s 2016 Plant Sale – Saturday, May 14, 9am-3pm.  (Per the usual, it is a partial list – more plants will be joining by the 14th!) Location:  Basement of Camas United Methodist Church, 706 NE 14th Ave., Camas, WA. For more info:  … Continue reading

Saturday – May 16 – 9am-3pm – PLANT SALE – Camas, WA
Gardening / Herbs / Natives / Past Club Events / Plant Sale / Shopping News

Saturday – May 16 – 9am-3pm – PLANT SALE – Camas, WA

This is IT!  Our annual PLANT SALE! From an empty basement in the morning, to a room FULL of thousands of plants, waiting for YOU! All shopping indoors – Master Gardeners available to answer your questions – assistance loading & unloading – herbs, tomatoes, natives, berries, lilies, annuals, perennials, geraniums, hostas, rhubarb, iris, tomatillos, chives, … Continue reading

CHEAP Native Plant sale Clark Cons District – PREORDER BY Feb 2nd
Natives / Other Garden Events / Other Garden News / Other Plant Sale

CHEAP Native Plant sale Clark Cons District – PREORDER BY Feb 2nd

Looking for some bargain prices on Pacific Northwest Native plants?  This is THE local sale for bargain prices!  Pre-order by Feb 2nd or as long as supplies last from the Clark Conservation District (located in Brush Prairie, WA). Just a few of the many available plants (as of Jan 29) include:  Kinnickinnick, Evergreen Huckleberry, Thimbleberry, … Continue reading

Gardening with wildlife in mind…
Books / Natives / Wildlife

Gardening with wildlife in mind…

Here are some gardening resources you might wish to explore during these winter days.  These were suggested by the Naturescapers, in their latest Winter 2015 newsletter.  They maintain the “Wildlife Botanical Gardens” in Brush Prairie, WA. 1)  “Bringing Nature Home” by Douglas W. Tallamy.  Guide on how to make your yard and garden, no matter … Continue reading