Events and Classes at Farmington Gardens


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Design With Summer Bulbs

Spring is the time to plant summer bulbs.

Bulbs need time to grow roots that will support and nourish the plant. The better the soil conditions and bulb quality, the bigger and better the blossom and leaves.

Elise will share best methods for the planting and care of various summer bulbs. Design guidelines for color combinations and bloom times will help in your creations.  Don't miss out on the summer bulbs that can add color, texture and even a touch of the exotic to your garden.

When:  February 22nd, 2015 @ 11AM

Where: Farmington Gardens

             21815 SW Farmington Road, Beaverton OR 97007

Cost:     Free but please REGISTER


Phone:   503.649.4568

The second half of the class will be hands on.

Bring your favorite pot or purchase a new one. We'll supply the potting soil! Elise can help you choose a combination of bulbs and accent plants. She will guide you step by step for some summer bulb magic.

Not ready to do a large planter? Take this opportunity to get begonias started inside while waiting to transplant them in warmer weather.

Seed Starting Workshop 2015

Some seeds are best started indoors at this time of year. By the time the outside temperatures are warm enough for planting, your seedlings will have that headstart on their production.

Andrea from Territorial Seeds, a local company, will talk about which seeds should be started now for our area.


She will show you which supplies are best used and how to do it. Yes, she will get her hands in the dirt while sharing secrets for getting your seeds off to a great start.

Germination issues, space saving ideas, and light and watering guidelines will be yours.

No large greenhouse required!


When:  February 15th, 2015 @ 11:00AM

Where: Farmington Gardens

              21815 SW Farmington Road, Beaverton OR 97007

Cost:     Free but please REGISTER


Phone:  503.649.4568

Mason Bees in Your Garden

mason bee in tubesBecause it is native, the mason bee is one of the earliest spring pollinators. Now is the best time to make your yard attractive to them, create new homes or help the cocoons you have start the new season in the best possible way.

Master Gardener and Native Pollinators Specialist Ron Splendal will share some of the 'best practices' he has learned.  He presently is doing research at a variety of Washington County sites which includes                                 maintaining over 400 nesting trays!

Come learn how to site and set up your own mason bee house. Find out which plants best attract these hard workers that pay their rent by pollinating your spring blooming fruits and vegetables.

Be prepared to be amazed and intrigued by these live and local mason bees.


When: February 8, 2015 @ 11:00AM

Where: Farmington Gardens

            21815 SW Farmington Road, Beaverton, OR

Cost: Free but please REGISTER


Phone: 503.649.4568