2021 Online Plant Sale

2021 A Blooming Success of a Plant Sale

Thank you for supporting the Master Gardener Foundation of King County and our Master Gardeners.

Your purchases and generous donations made this year’s sale a grand success! Thank you for being there with us at this year’s online sale. Thank you for letting friends know about this sale.
Thank You - MGFKC
Happy gardening in 2021! We hope you have a wonderful year in the garden.

We are already looking forward to seeing you in person at next year’s CUH Master Gardener Plant Sale April 22-23, 2022. Save that date!

Don’t forget to pick up your plants!

Check the plant sale page for reminders about picking up your plants.

 

MGFKC Newsletter

April 2021 MGFKC eNewsletter
MGFKC Newsletter – The Foundation Connection
Read all about what’s of interest in the April 2021 issue!

    • 2021 Master Gardener Plant Sale by MG Cristina Cartledge
    • Ask a Master Gardener: Video Clinics Resume
    • From the Ground UP: Finn Hill Demonstration Garden by MGs Sharon O’Grady & Micheline Jackson
    • Meet the Board: Randi Smith
    • A’Key Grant Applications: Fund Your Great Idea by MG Trish Bloor
    • News ShootsPublic’s Help Needed to Detect Destructive Japanese Beetle
    • Miller Library Selection: Wild Berries of Washington & Oregon
    • Remembering … Pat Barone
    • Continuing Education Opportunities: Growing Groceries, BDG Workshops and more
    • Events & Coming Attractions

more

This newsletter is sent monthly to King County Master Gardeners. Look for it in your email. Miss a past issue? Find it here.

Heads UP!

2021 Spring Heads Up! Diagnostics Lab Newsletter

Newsletter of the Master Gardener King County Diagnostic Lab

 

Read in the Spring 2021 issue:

  • Welcome Back to Heads UP!
  • Nitrogen in the Spring Garden
  • European Chafers
  • Weather Station
  • A Systematic Approach to Plant Problem Diagnosis
  • Pop Quiz! Is it a Sign or a Symptom?

This newsletter is sent monthly to King County Master Gardeners during the active garden months from March to October. Look for the current issue in your email.

Miss a past issue? Find it here.

Propagation Notes

Dividing dahlia tubers

Photo Credit: F D Richards

 

 

Spring is a good time to divide established plants, and many herbaceous perennials need to be divided every few years anyway to stay healthy.

Plan to dig on a cool morning, preferably one with cloud cover – not too hard around here. 

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