The hard working, easy care camellia is a gardener’s dream plant.
This versatile, evergreen shrub may be used to solve a wide range of landscaping issues.
Camellias are a perfect screening plant, providing privacy or hiding unwanted views; many varieties bloom in the winter, at a time when a touch of color is desperately needed; they can be trained as small trees; and are excellent in containers. To learn more about these elegant workhorses, join Don Marshall, founder of Lake Washington Institute of Technology’s Environmental Horticulture program at a free seminar on Saturday, March 16, 10 -11 a.m. at Molbak’s. Marshall will discuss creative ways to use camellias in the landscape, companion plants, and proper planting, pruning, and fertilizing methods.
Grow your own cocktails
Learn how to use the bounty from your herb, flower and vegetable gardens to create delicious craft cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages, infusions, bitters, syrups and more.
Beth Evans-Ramos (www.mamaknowshercocktails.com) will share her recipes, techniques, and proven gardening tips on creating a variety of organic, sustainable and sensational sips at a free seminar on Saturday, March 16, noon-1 p.m. at Molbak’s. From Mama Beth originals to spins on classic recipes – it’s gartending – a fun combo of organic gardening and bartending!
For more information visit www.molbaks.com/events.html. If you have questions, call (425)483-5000, 1-866-466-5225, or visit the Events page at www.molbaks.com
Molbak’s is located at 13625 NE 175th ST., Woodinville, 98072.