Growing spaghetti salsa mixture subject of speak Thursday in Port Angeles
March 6, 2015 - garden totes
Peninsula Daily News
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PORT ANGELES — Selinda Barkhuis will explain how gardeners can grow a mixture for spaghetti salsa in a ascetic sea meridian of a Olympic Peninsula during noon Thursday.
Her presentation, partial of a “Green Thumb Gardening Tips” brown-bag educational array sponsored by a Clallam County Washington State University Master Gardeners, will be in Room 160, a county commissioners’ assembly room, during a Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.
It is giveaway and open to a public. Donations are supposed to assistance cover duplicating costs for handouts.
Attendees are invited to move a lunch.
Barkhuis, who serves as Clallam County treasurer, will offer tips on flourishing garlic and long-lived onions, creation self-watering totes for tomatoes and peppers, and removing a many from planting squash.
She also will benefaction a approach to routine a annuity of a tumble garden into ready-to-use “spaghetti salsa cubes” for a freezer, to be enjoyed all winter long.
Barkhuis has been gardening a backyard, front yard and side yards of her civic lot in executive Port Angeles for a past 15 years, focusing on organic vegetables and fruit as good as flowers for hummingbirds.
Her garden was featured in a 2012 Master Gardeners’ Petals Pathways Garden Tour.
The “Green Thumb Gardening Tips” array is presented on a second and fourth Thursdays of a month during a courthouse.
For some-more information, call 360-417-2279.