A non-profit, 501 (c)(3) volunteer organization whose primary purpose is to educate the community about perennials, shrubs and other plants for use in the garden, share each other's gardens and foster a love of gardening.
Our plant group is dedicated to educating the community about perennials, shrubs and other plants for use in the garden, sharing each other's gardens, and fostering a love of gardening.
Join Us on
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 7:00 p.m. for a presentation by
“Old Dog, New Tricks”
Always an engaging speaker, Maurice Horn (Joy Creek Nursery) will talk about his move from a small urban garden to a large existing garden on 10 acres on Sauvie Island which has led to new insights into the craft and the art of gardening.
Rather than being an active gardener, Maurice now sees himself as a steward to this unique site. Changing from a site with compacted clay soil to one with loamy sand brought about unexpected possibilities and some surprising disappointments.
For more information about this event, including ADDRESS, TIME and DIRECTIONS, please see the CALENDAR OF EVENTS page on this website.
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If you're just finding us on the web, and you'd like to know more about our organization, please click on some of the pages to your left. On the JOIN USpage, find out about all of the great benefits you receive by joining the Willamette Valley Hardy Plant Group, and there's also a PDF membership form that you can print out. And on the CALENDAR page, you can find out about the upcoming talks and speakers sponsored by our organization.