Naturescaping Bare Root Trees, Shrubs & Perennial sale – April 30 & May 1, 2022
native plants / Naturescaping / Other Plant Sale / Perennials / Trees & Shrubs

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

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Beginning Bird Identification – ZOOM – Feb 19, 1pm – Camas Library & Naturescaping Class
Birds / Naturescaping / Other Garden Classes / Past Club Events

Beginning Bird Identification – ZOOM – Feb 19, 1pm – Camas Library & Naturescaping Class

Want to learn how to IDENTIFY BIRDS? This is YOUR class! Feb 19, 1pm, via ZOOM. Sponsored by the CAMAS LIBRARY and NATURESCAPING, this ZOOM class will be taught by Brandon Burger of the BACKYARD BIRD SHOP, Vancouver. (It is a FREE class, but, donations to Naturescaping.org are welcomed.  This is NOT a Garden Club … Continue reading

Bring Back the Pollinators – ZOOM class Dec 16, 4-6pm, Naturescapers & Camas Library
Bees / Naturescaping / Other Events

Bring Back the Pollinators – ZOOM class Dec 16, 4-6pm, Naturescapers & Camas Library

It is not too late to sign up for a ZOOM class – tomorrow Dec 17, 2021 4-6pm! “Bring back the pollinators” – Naturescaping of SW Washington and the Camas Library co-sponsor this class. Click the below Naturescaping link to learn more and register:   https://naturescaping.org/event/bring-back-the-pollinators/ Bring Back the Pollinators Continue reading

Mason Bee Class @ Prairie High School – 6-8pm 16Nov2021 – preReg & fee
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Mason Bee Class @ Prairie High School – 6-8pm 16Nov2021 – preReg & fee

Learn about Native Mason Bees and go home with some cocoons, too! Free class for Naturescaper members or $15 for non-members.  (Or become a member for $25/year, $15/year for seniors and attend many other Naturescaper classes for free, too.) See attached flyer. LOCATION:  Prairie High School Commons Area, 11311 NE 119th St., Vancouver, WA  98662. … Continue reading

Small Space Herb Gardening – Sep 11, 11am-noon, ZOOM CLASS – preregistration & free
Gardening / Herbs / Naturescaping / ZoomClass

Small Space Herb Gardening – Sep 11, 11am-noon, ZOOM CLASS – preregistration & free

Presented by Erin Harwood and Eloyce O’Connor Co-Owners of Garden Delights Herb Farm “Want an herb garden but don’t have a lot of room? Herbs can be great additions to any landscape, even an apartment balcony. We will share ideas on getting herbs into small spaces using a variety of containers or a current landscape. … Continue reading

Art in the Garden – July 11, Sunday, 10am-4pm – 25+ artists – MAP TO ARTISTS!
Free / Garden-Art / Naturescaping / Open To The Public

Art in the Garden – July 11, Sunday, 10am-4pm – 25+ artists – MAP TO ARTISTS!

Its back! The annual “ART IN THE GARDEN” event is happening next Sunday, July 11, 2021 from 10am-4pm! Gardening and art.  Free parking and entry! 25+ artists selling their creations all in the lovely venue of the 10 gardens! Map to the artists’ location, below! MORE INFO on this Naturescaping event can be found below: … Continue reading

Create native plant ecosystems in your own yard – Doug Tallamy Video
Ecosystems / native plants / Naturescaping / Wildlife

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