Soils, Plants and Gardens: A Plant Lover’s Guide to Rock Gardening
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM FEBRUARY DUE TO SNOW
Coming up on Sunday, April 22, 2018
Time: 3:00pm (doors open at 2:30pm)
Location: Multnomah Arts Center, 7688 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland 97219
Tickets: $5.00 @ the door, everyone welcome
Plants will be available for purchase.
Truls Jensen and his wife, Emma Elliott, grow hundreds of unusual alpine, rock garden, woodland and Western native plants at Wild Ginger Farm, their nursery in Beavercreek, Oregon. In his presentation, Truls makes recommendations for creating rock gardens, or adding rock garden plants and features to existing gardens. He’ll discuss a wide range of plants particularly well-suited to rock gardening methods, with a focus on methods for improving soils to sustain these plants.
Wild Ginger Farm supplies many hard-to-find perennials from around the world, offering the adventurous gardener a diverse selection of interesting and uncommon plants.
Wild Ginger Farm (Photo by Loree Bohl of www.thedangergarden.com)
Giant Trough Garden
Primula container garden
From left: Primula x pubescence ‘The Cardinal,’ Dodecatheon pulchellum, and Clematis integrifolia
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