Ciscoe Morris Talks Container Gardening at Aljoya
Posted on Friday, April 27, 2012
SEATTLE, April 27th -- Ciscoe Morris, the Northwest’s most recognized gardener, will give a talk about, what else but, gardening at Aljoya Thornton Place in North Seattle at 450 N.E. 100th Street, Seattle 98125 on Saturday, May 5th at 1pm.
During his talk, Morris will focus on container gardens. Container gardens provide amateur and avid gardeners with a variety of advantages and challenges. Using containers, Morris will show guests how to start a garden, create beautiful flower displays, and even harvest vegetables from their patios.
“Oh la la, I get so excited about container gardens,” says Ciscoe Morris. “Container gardens are a great way to stay active, and watch beautiful plants grow. Not only can plants in a container provide you with endless beauty, but you can grow wholesome food in them too.”
At Aljoya Thornton Place, residents can participate in an on-site, organic p-patch garden. Many p-patch gardeners grow fruits and vegetables that they donate to local food banks and shelters. It is part of Aljoya’s on-going commitment to the community.
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