Huge selection of HOSTAS and SHADE LOVING plants May 18th!
Hosta / Natives / Past Club Events / Plant Sale

Huge selection of HOSTAS and SHADE LOVING plants May 18th!

We have a huge selection of Hostas and other shade loving plants such as hellebores, heucheras as well as natives for our plant sale this Saturday, May 18, 9am-3pm, in the basement of the Camas United Methodist Church, 706 NE 14th Avenue, Camas. For more info: https://gardenclubofcamaswashougal.org/plant-sale/ Continue reading

Annual Plant Sale May 18, Saturday, 9am-3pm
Become-A-Member / Club Events / Education / Past Club Events / Plant Sale

Annual Plant Sale May 18, Saturday, 9am-3pm

May 18, 2019, 9am-3pm, get top-quality plants at incredibly low prices at the Annual Plant Sale of the “Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal” (CGCCW). On May 18, head to the Camas United Methodist Church, 706 NE 14th Ave., Camas, WA.   There is plenty of parking in the church parking lot and adjacent streets. Shopping … Continue reading

March 27th Speaker – Vern Schanilec on best PNW trees & shrubs!
Gardening / Monthly Meeting / Past Club Events / Speakers / Trees & Shrubs

March 27th Speaker – Vern Schanilec on best PNW trees & shrubs!

Join the “Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal” on March 27, 2019 to hear Guest Speaker and fellow member, Vern Schanilec, speak on the best Pacific Northwest shrubs & trees under 30 feet. Vern will discuss both, “Is there life after arborvitae?” and “Evergreens for your garden.” Specimen selection will be covered relating to a … Continue reading

Feb 27, 1pm – Garden Club Meeting w. Laura Heldreth on “Hellstrip Planting”
Club Events / Gardening / Guest Speaker / Master Gardener / Monthly Meeting / Past Club Events

Feb 27, 1pm – Garden Club Meeting w. Laura Heldreth on “Hellstrip Planting”

Come join the “Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal” Feb 27, 2019 to hear Master Gardener Laura Heldreth speak about “hellstrip vegetable gardening” with an emphasis on growing successful vegetables. Laura teaches gardening classes at Clark College and has her own small business as a garden coach and gardener, working with clients on sustainable edible … Continue reading