I’ve just confirmed a speaking engagement at Portland’s fun Yard, Garden & Patio Show, which will be held Feb 8-10 at the Oregon Convention Center. My talk will be Friday, Feb. 8, 1-2 p.m., and will
be appropriately titled “Cool Season Edibles.”
This will actually be the first official launch for my book Cool Season Gardener (pre-order now!), and I hope to have copies available for sale and signing at the event. I’m very excited to have this milestone on the horizon.
The Seattle launch of Cool Season Gardener comes two weeks later at the big and boistrous Northwest Flower & Garden Show, which is Feb. 20-24 at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center. My talk will be at 12:15 on Sunday, Feb. 24, again on the scintillating topic of “Four Season Eats.” Books will be available for purchase and signing, and I will be hosting a special publication celebration that afternoon for friends, mentors and consultants who helped with the book – time and place TBA.
I’ve also just scheduled a five-class series with City People’s Garden Store in Seattle to again host workshops on edibles for their customers. This fine garden store in Madison Valley sets up a wonderful seminar space in their nursery, and we are surrounded by all the stuff that we talk about in the workshop. We always end
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the workshops wandering the store, discussing plants and tools and using the discount coupon they give to every attendee.
My first workshops there will be Early Season Veggie Gardening on March 9 and Soil Building & Amending for Edibles on March 16. The one-hour talks are free, but you must pre-register.
Late winter and spring are great times to attend garden shows and sit in on seminars and workshops. I like the tips and reminders as I’m getting ready to break ground in the spring, and it’s a time when I’m not spending every free moment in the garden. In my talks, I try to put in as much practical, actionable information as possible, providing things you can tackle right away when you leave the show.
Hope to see you there.