The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

By Winnie Lowsma
WSU Master Gardener 

How Does Your Garden Grow?

 


The Community Garden in Erickson Park on Columbia Street in Cathlamet is a busy place and plants are poking up through the nicely ‘tilled soil. The weeds are being pulled. Soil is in good shape and it all looks good for this gardening season.

Joyce reports that there are still a few plots available. Anyone who is interested in growing their own vegetables or flowers can contact Joyce at (360) 560-3496 for information to reserve a plot. Plots are approximately 12 ft. X 10 ft. Some are a little bigger. Just the right size for the veggies and flowers you always wanted to grow.

Our annual Plant Sale is in progress this month (May) on Wednesday mornings, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. It’s an open air, walk through, stop and chat donation operation. There are vegetable seedlings in addition to many garden plants. We have a nice selection of tomato plants that are looking for a place to sink their roots. We also have a large variety of free garden seeds to choose from when you check out.

Come and spend some time selecting your plants and chatting with friends. WSU Master Gardeners are on hand to answer your gardening questions.

 

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