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Updated: December 9, 2014 10:07 AM

2015 Meeting Schedule

Meetings take place from 2:00 - 4:30 PM, the third Sunday of each month at the Center for Urban Horticulture on the University of Washington campus unless otherwise noted below.

Click >>here<< for a map of the area - provided through Mapquest.

Click >>here<< for written directions from the CUH website.

General Meeting Agenda

Generally meetings will proceed in the following format, with exceptions made to accommodate speakers and special presentations:

  • 2:00 - Arrival (use of library books, etc.), sign in, plant display, plant sales
  • 2:30 - Welcome and announcements; any further business
  • 2:40 - Cactus of the Month
  • 2:50 - Succulent of the Month
  • 3:00 - Break
  • 3:15 - General Program
  • 4:30 - Dismissal


Sunday January 18th 2015: Propagation and Winter Growing by Peter Leikkio

Sunday February 15th 2015: British Columbia CCSS Field Trip Slide Show by Denise Hauck & Karen Summers

Sunday March 15th 2015: Carnivorous Plants by Jamie & Dennis Notman

Sunday April 19th 2015: Cultivation Techniques by Dirk Himschott

Sunday May 17th 2015: Tuscan Views by Sheila Scott

Sunday June 21 2015: Members' Show & Tell

Sunday June 19th 2015: Grafting cactus by George Krasle

Sunday August 16th 2015: Potluck and Tour at Volunteer Park Conservatory

September: TOPSS Show & Sale (Date TBA)

Sunday October 18th 2015: Philadelphia Flower Show by Steve Casebolt

Sunday November 15th 2015: Epiphyllum & Their Taxonomy by George Krasle

Sunday December 20th 2015: CCSS Potluck Holiday Party (Venue TBA)



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