I was actually planning to set up a web page while I was writing garden articles for the Kitsap Sun as an outside contributor. I wanted a place where you could always find my links, plant sale info, events, and other things I had written about. Now, thanks to unfortunate budget realities, I have more time to actually do this site completely unfettered by having to deal with people giving me money. Plus now I get to pay closer attention to my spelling and grammar since I no longer have an editor. I think I did a decent job before or at least my editor never complained. Now you the reader can judge my English skills for yourself. If you find a problem here, please forgive me; I'm writing this in somewhat of a hurry so that when you all come here to read after my farewell article in the Kitsap Sun, there will actually be something at this website. And it's after 10pm as I write this and I'm a little sleepy. Mostly my newspaper column consisted of me mumbling on about v
I took these photos today at the Bloedel Reserve in their Birch Garden. Most of you are probably thinking "Oh gross!" Unless you're a nature geek like me then you think "Oh cool!". I thought I'd post these two photos here and let readers take a guess at what they're seeing. Feel free to write your guesses in the comments. I will let you know what it is later in the comments section when the mood strikes me.
EDITED! The date of this plant sale has changed. I've edited it below to reflect the new date. Another upcoming plant sale! This coming Saturday, June 1, the Kingston Middle School Horticulture Class is putting on a plant sale to help support KMS students. And it's just in time to get Mom some plant starts for Mother's Day. Click on the above tab for 2019 Plant Sales to get the sale details.