|FLOTSAM AND JETSAM GARDEN CLUB
Post Office Box 14
Hansville, WA 98340
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|Kitsap Conservation District
has a great website for native plants for Kitsap County. Dave Peters, Kitsap County
Recycling Coordinator, has posted a list of native plants that will work well in our area.
He lists the common name, scientific name, site conditions and comments about the
|North Willamette Research & Extension
Center has a website with a commercial
production vegetable guide for the
Northwest. It is the latest and most up-to-date
info available -- content comes from students
doing research and publishing it on this website
and it's tailored to the NW.
Check it out for yourself at
Questions? … Answers
Seed Germination Requirements with suggested planting dates for
the Garden Sale used to appear on the inside back page of the
Membership Directory. Since our list of Donors and Nurseries have
happily grown to two pages instead of one we will provide a link to the
guidelines here instead of the directory. The guidelines are from the
Oregon-Washington Master Gardener Handbook.
Download Master Gardener Guidelines
Territorial Seeds provides a more in depth guideline (not geared to our
Garden Sale timelines in particular) but has all sorts of useful information
for year round plantings.
Download Territorial Seed Planting Chart
|Grow Kingston Giving Garden Harvest Update
If you happen to have excess produce from your own garden we encourage you to
drop it by ShareNet on Tuesday's and Friday's around 9 am. And, as always, we'd be
happy to have you join us for our weekly garden work parties at the Giving Garden
from 10-noon. (7029 NE Crawford Rd, Kingston)
|Natural Bug Repellents that are safe for your family
Just when summer is in full swing, and you need to – and want to – spend more time in
your garden, you can get sidetracked by bugs. As a gardener, you’ve probably done
your homework on how to keep pests away from your plants, but what about keeping
them away from you? See article by Tricia Drevets at Daves Garden.
Use essential oils to make your own bug repellent.