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Learn from Gardener and Wildlife biologist Kayla how to attract, maintain and properly care for wild birds in your landscape. From plantings, to tips and tricks of what to do and not to do, Kayla will give you excellent ideas for how you can enjoy more birds in your gardens all winter long. There is nothing more delightful than creating an environment that attracts and fosters wildlife.

This class is both lecture and workshop, where the workshop portion is making a suet feeder you can take home to hang in your garden or patio area. (Please note: suet is beef tallow or fat, and is a suitable medium for birds in the winter)

This class will not feature live birds, and we do not promote or condone the catching or keeping of wild birds as pets - simply to enjoy wildlife, and to create and nurture habitat that is suitable for wild birds.

Class will be held on Saturday, December 3rd at 10:00am. Late arrivals will miss part of the lecture portion of the class, as we can no longer delay class start times for latecomers.

All tickets are non-refundable, but are transferable to another person in the event you are unable to make the class.

 

Date & Time
Sat, Dec 3, 2022 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Venue Details

Laughing Goat Flower Farm

43017 212th Avenue Southeast
Enumclaw, Washington 98022

Bulb Planting 101

Sat, Oct 22, 2022 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Peony Planting Class

Sat, Oct 29, 2022 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Come learn how we dig, plant and care for our peonies.

We will teach you what has worked for us, along with WHY we do what we do to get healthy plants, and massive blooms on our peony plants. We will share a full year of care on peony plants, from planting, to winterizing, and everything in between.

This is an active, outdoors class, where we will be walking and working in our peony fields. The grounds are uneven, so secure and stable shoes/boots are a must. No open toe shoes will be allowed on the grounds for safety reasons. Class is held regardless of weather conditions, we have planted peonies in sun, wind, rain and sleet. While this October has been unseasonably warm, there is a probability of some rain in late October.