Here’s a way to get Master Gardeners to dig up your yard — maybe
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You can thin them out or make room for something new while helping the Master Gardener Foundation of Clallam County prepare for its spring plant sale by hosting a “dig and divide” sometime this month.
In an initial meeting, a scouting team will flag selected plants and schedule a convenient time to dig and divide plant donations.
Then, a group of Master Gardeners will come to individuals’ yards to remove designated plants.
Contributions will be tended and groomed for the sale set from 9 a.m. to noon May 17 at the Woodcock Demonstration Garden, 2711 Woodcock Road, Sequim.
Master Gardeners are looking for many kinds of landscape plants: small to medium shrubs, flowering perennials, foliage plants, grasses and ground covers.
They are unable to take plants the state classifies as invasive, too large to survive removal or those that the group already has in sufficient numbers.
Anyone who have plants that need digging can phone Anne Smokler at 360-452-9227.
Last modified: April 06. 2014 6:32PM