Cascade Gardener Classes start soon — just in time for spring!
From February to April, the City partners with Cascade Water Alliance to offer free gardening classes to help you have beautiful, healthy landscapes while using water efficiently.
The series will be kicked off in Issaquah on Feb. 15 with a class titled “Unthirsty Garden and Landscape” at Blakely Hall. The class is taught by radio host Marianne Binetti, who will teach you the tips, tricks and time honored methods for saving water while still having a lawn, trees, shrubs and perennials.
Classes are free; registration is encouraged. To see a complete schedule and register, visit Cascade Gardener
or call 425-453-0930.
The following classes will take place in our community:
Blakely Hall, 2550 N.E. Park Dr.
- Feb. 15: Unthirsty Garden and Landscape
- March 15: Edible Landscapes for the Homeowner
Squak Mountain Greenhouses & Nursery, 7600 Renton-Issaquah Rd. S.E.
- Feb. 24: Container Gardening Do’s and Don’ts
- March 24: Favorite Northwest Natives
Issaquah City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way
- March 1: Designing the Northwest Garden
- March 29: Sustainable Veggie Gardening
Cascade Gardener Classes are sponsored by the City of Issaquah and Cascade Water Alliance.