WHEN: Thursday, June 18th / 6:00 – 9:00pm
WHERE: Douglas classroom, UW Botanic Gardens (Center for Urban Horticulture) at the University of Washington
INSTRUCTORS: Marty Wingate, Dr. Sarah Reichard , Dana Coggon and Dr. Lizbeth Seebacher
Some plants may look beautiful, but non-native invasive plants can have a devastating effect on your garden and the biodiversity of surrounding natural areas. Come learn about invasive plant identification, impacts, pathways, control and alternatives from the region’s horticultural experts. Learn what you can do to stop the invasion. Look forward to a panel discussion with the speakers and Master Gardeners at the tail end of the workshop. Two of our experts will also have their books available for signing.
TO REGISTER: Register at: www.pnw-ipc.org under the Be Garden Wise: Linking Horticulture and Plant Invasions icon. You can mail a check to the address listed or pay upon arrival on the evening of the workshop. You can also visit www.uwbotanicgardens.org under Public Education to download a registration form. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.