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PFC May 11 – Rain gardens and plant sale

Kelly Stroh from the Kitsap Conservation District will give a presentation on rain gardens and how they help protect our environment at this month’s meeting.  We will also hold our annual plant sale.  Bring your extra plants, starts, trees, etc. to donate to the club to sell.  Make a donation to the club for whatever you buy.  We meet at 7 pm on Thursday, May 11, at the Sheridan Park Community Center, 680 Lebo Blvd., in Bremerton.

PFC May 8 “Worms in My Backyard” and plant sale

Join us on Thursday, May 8th, at 7 pm to hear Jefferson County Master Gardener Linda Pfafman’s talk entitled “Worms in my Backyard” (WIMBY). Learn how to raise and care for compost worms and how much they can benefit your soil. We also have our member plant sale after the presentation. Bring your extra veggie, herb, and flower starts, extra fruit trees, berries, or ???, and make a donation to the club for whatever you buy. We meet at the Sheridan Park Community Center, 680 Lebo Blvd., in Bremerton.

PFC meeting May 9

Our meeting Thursday, May 9 at 7 pm in the Sheridan Park Community Center, 680 Lebo Blvd., Bremerton will feature retired Kitsap County Extension Agent and long-time fruit club member, founder, and advocate Chris Smith talking about tomatoes.  Following Chris’ talk we will hold our annual member plant sale fund raiser.  Bring your extra seedlings, divisions, rooted cuttings, and plants of any kind to donate for the sale.

PFC May meeting: Mushroom Lecture and Plant Sale

Peninsula Fruit Club’s next meeting will be Thursday, May 10, at the Sheridan Community Center, 680 Lebo Blvd., Bremerton at 7 pm.  Lowell Dietz from Sequim http://dietzfarm.com/ will be teaching us about mushrooms and will have mushroom kits available for purchase.  Our May meeting is also our annual member plant sale fund chantix online sales raiser.  If you have extra vegetables, annuals, perennials, berries, bulbs, bushes, or just about anything, please bring some plants to donate.  It’s always fun to see what kinds of plants show up each year for us to buy and add to our yards.  All the proceeds will be donated to PFC.