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SAT AFTN 2:30PM TO 5:30PM SWEET BASIL, FENNEL, LEMON BALM, RASPBERRY STARTS, SEED, H

ERB, START EXCHANGE & MORE Attn Herbalists: we need a start of each: Lobelia, Calendula, Bilberry, Bergamot, Catnip, Cedarwood, German Chamomile, Marjoram, All kinds of Thyme, Juniper Thyme, Wormwood, Coriander, Sarsaparilla, Black Cohosh, Guarana, Horehound, Echinacea Officionales, Buglewood, Skullcap, Cinnamon, Clove, Clary Sage, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Helicrysum, Myrrh, Sandalwoo, White Yarrow, Nutmeg, Gravel Root,Chaparral, Yucca... We will trade: MICROGREEN: BROCCOLI, DAIKON RADISH SEEDS, CARROT, ... LILAC STARTS, MULBERRY BUSHES 851 E. Highcountry Dr, Orem 2:30pm after Grafting Workshop (1 spot left or 10am course and take your Apple or Pear Grafted Tree home $50.) RSVP 801-808-4424

LA NINA DRY SOUTHWEST WEATHER COMING AND NO SNOW RUNOFF 4TH YEAR IN A ROW!! We need to do another Water conservation workshop. Let us teach you Permaculture Techniques to still grow food with less water. This Saturday: SPRING HERB, HEIRLOOM START EXCHANGE 2:30PM AT GARDEN SCHOOL. "Watch our short tour yesterday videos of amazing grafted trees of Cary's grafted Plum, Pear, Apple , Peach on our Facebook group: "Utah Valley Permaculture Classroom Gardens & Greenhouse. '" Expert Award Winning 14 apple varieties on one tree Grafter giving 4 hr Grafting 3 dif ways Workshop tomorrow. Cash only donation Sat of $50 covers all supplies but bring new blade razor and pot w soil with you. CARY'S Workshop starts 10am sharp to 2pm and ww have Root Stock & Scions for one more person. . Then at 2:30pm we are having Spring Seed, Herb and Heirloom Start Exchange. We have Cherry tom, Hanging Summer Spinach, Sweet Basil & other starts for sale $5 & Mulberry trees $25 donation. . Volunteers to help set up table/chairs needed 9am 851 E Highcountry Dr Orem UtahValley Permaculture Classroom Garden" « Back to listings SAT AFTN 2:30PM TO 5:30PM Heirloom Organic Cherry Tom/ Hanging Spinach, SWEET BASIL, FENNEL, LEMON BALM, RASPBERRY STARTS, SEED, HERB, START EXCHANGE: "SAT AFTN 2:30PM TO 5:30PM HEIRLOOM ORGANIC CHERRY TOM, SUMMER HANGING SPINACH, SWEET BASIL, FENNEL, LEMON BALM, RASPBERRY, MULBERRY STARTS, SEED, HERB, START EXCHANGE & MORE Attn Herbalists: we need a start of each: Lobelia, Calendula, Bilberry, Bergamot, Catnip, Cedarwood, German Chamomile, Marjoram, All kinds of Thyme, Juniper Thyme, Wormwood, Coriander, Sarsaparilla, Black Cohosh, Guarana, Horehound, Echinacea Officionales, Buglewood, Skullcap, Cinnamon, Clove, Clary Sage, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Helicrysum, Myrrh, Sandalwoo, White Yarrow, Nutmeg, Gravel Root,Chaparral, Yucca... We will trade: MICROGREEN: BROCCOLI, DAIKON RADISH SEEDS, CARROT, ... LILAC STARTS, MULBERRY BUSHES 851 E. Highcountry Dr, Orem 2:30pm after Grafting Workshop (1 spot left for 10am course and take your Apple or Pear Grafted Tree home $50.) RSVP 801-808-4424"

HEre are Utah Native Only Rain water Plants: Irrigation Requirement Low 4 - Very Low Light Requirement Shade Sun Sun to Shade Plant Name & Description Botantical Name Blue Mist Penstemon This small penstemon can be found growing in the foothills of Colorado and Wyoming. Dainty spikes of sky blue flowers bloom on upright stalks. The foliage is dark green and the basal rosettes are evergreen. Penstemon virens 'Blue Mist' Bridge Penstemon Evergreen perennial or subshrub. Stems branch from a woody base and large tap-root. Linear foliage is non-descript. Red-orange tubular flowers grow on upright stems. Unlike most penstemons the flowers bloom in summer and last until autumn. Grow in well-drained soil. Penstemon rostriflorus Chocolate Flower Very fragrant, cheery, informal long-blooming plant. Will bloom from early summer through frost. Flowers have a strong chocolate fragrance especially in the early morning. A very drought and heat tolerant plant which can live without irrigation once established. Excellent choice for dry spots. Seeds provide excellent food for birds. Berlandiera lyrata Desert Four O'Clock Large spreading plant from large tap root. Lush dark green leaves all season, native to Utah and the southwestern United States. Attractive magenta blooms appear from mid-summer through frost. Requires little or no additional water, does not perform well if overwatered. A "must have" for any low-water landscape. Easy to maintain, stems detach easily from root at the end of the growing season. Mirabilis multiflora Fire Chalice Upright, weakly spreading herbaceous perennial native to the western United States. Dark-green lance-shaped foliage is slightly fuzzy. Bright orange tubular flowers bloom throughout the summer. Performs well with very little water. Some of the specimens in our garden receive no additional moisture. Attracts hummingbirds. Zauschneria californica Kashmir Sage This large perennial is native to the Himalayas and Kashmir. Large, textured, gray-green foliage and whorls of lavender-pink flowers make this an excellent choice for dry shade gardens. Phlomis cashmeriana Littleleaf Pussytoes Low-growing perennial native to the western United States. Small, narrow, gray-green leaves form a low mat. Tiny white flowers with rose colored tips, resembling kitten toes, are borne on short stalks in early-summer. Spreads easily by stolons but is not aggressive. Very tolerant of drought once established. Antennaria parvifolia Sapphire Blue Flax Sky blue flowers bloom in early to mid-summer on compact stems. The small, thin leaves are almost grass-like and grow along the stems. This variety is more compact than the species and extremely cold tolerant. It works great in naturalized areas or meadows. It will re-seed, which is a desirable feature for this lovely plant. Linum perenne 'Sapphire' Woolly Paperflower This tough Utah native plant blooms its heart out in spring and summer with small, bright-yellow blooms that dry to papery seed heads that can be used in flower arrangements. It's silvery foliage forms an attractive clump up to 2 feet tall. It does not tolerate overwatering.

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