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Note: 2016 meetings will be held at the Phinney Center,

6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle 98103

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Next Meeting

Sunday April 17th 2016 at 2:00pm:

Gardens of the Pacific Rim by Steve & Claudia Casebolt

Starting in October 2014 we visited 12 countries in southeast Asia and around the Pacific Rim. Our first country was Japan, famous for large walking gardens incorporating water features, Zen style gardens in monasteries, and bonsais. In Northern Borneo we saw a blooming rafflesia. Noted for having the largest known single flower - the record being over four feet across. The parasitic plant is pollinated by flies, yet has no leaves, no stem, and no roots.
Singapore boasted not only a world class botanical park with 10,000 orchids but also a Disneyesk theme park called “Garden by the Sea”; which featured among many other things, 30 foot high African and Australian baobab trees planted side-by-side in the six story high succulent house.
In New Zealand we were awed by the diversity of ferns and unusual birds.
We hope that you enjoy the presentation!




Future Meetings


May 14 & 15th 2016: Overnight field trip, Vantage & Yakina areas

June 19th 2016: Coffee in the Garden, TBAJuly 17th 2016: Local Field Trip TBA

August 21st 2016: Conservatory Potluck & Tour

Sept 10/11th: The Odd Plant Show & Sale at Sky Nursery

October 16th 2016: Show Me Yours & I’ll Show You Mine

Nov 20th 2016: Growing Cactus & Succulents Indoors - Panel Discussion

Dec 18th 2016: Festive Feast, TBA


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