Many gardening classes and workshops in Seattle that cost very little, or even for free are held by non-profit gardening organizations. They aim to help people build affordable and healthy gardens at home. If you are interested in gardening or simply want to beautify your garden, here is some useful information.

Many gardening classes and workshops in Seattle that cost very little, or even for free are held by non-profit gardening organizations. They aim to help people build affordable and healthy gardens at home. If you are interested in gardening or simply want to beautify your garden, here is some useful information.

Savvy Gardener

The Saving Water Partnership and the Cascade Water Alliance sponsor free classes throughout the growing season in the King County area. They are a great way to meet the top professionals in the area and gain knowledge about everything you need to know to have a healthy and beautiful garden.

Phone:(206) 633-0224
Website:savingwater.org

Seattle Tilth

Seattle Tilth teaches adults and kids how to grow food, compost, garden organically, raise urban livestock, and conserve natural resources. Their format is often hands on and interactive so you can learn while doing. Classes are often on site in one of the farms or learning gardens.

Phone:(206) 633-0224
Website:seattletilth.org/learn

PlantAmnesty
Founder and pruning expert, Cass Turnbull, and other expert guest instructors teach topic-specific pruning techniques in PlantAmnesty’s Master Pruner seminar series. The classes in the series are open to the public, master gardeners, landscapers, gardeners, horticulture students, and members of PlantAmnesty.

Phone:(206) 783-9813
Website:plantamnesty.org

City Fruit
City Fruit promotes the cultivation of urban fruit in order to nourish people, build community and protect the climate. They help tree owners grow healthy fruit, provide assistance in harvesting and preserving fruit, promote the sharing of extra fruit, and work to protect urban fruit trees. City Fruit teams up with nurseries and other groups to offer classes on fruit tree care.

Email:info@cityfruit.org
Website:cityfruit.org

Center for Urban Horticulture
The Center for Urban Horticulture, now a part of the University of Washington Botanic Garden, offers classes year round on a variety of horticultural subjects including botanical art and practical garden design.

Phone:(206) 685-8033
Website:depts.washington.edu

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