Does this sound like the title of a bad horror movie sequel? (Really, is there any other kind of horror movie sequel?) Maybe so, but it’s also the follow-up to our fun initial meeting of Seattle-Area Garden Bloggers United to Talk!
This time around, Paula of Petunia’s Garden graciously organized a spot for an afternoon of yakking, snacking, and seed-swapping, along with a special International guest blogger, Matron of Down On The Allottment from the UK. Please see Paula’s post here for all the info, and feel free to leave an RSVP so she has a vague idea of how many folks might be there.
If you live within driving distance and have a garden blog (or if you’re even just considering starting one), please join us. It’s a great group of people and I think we all came away last time, or at least I did, with new knowledge, fun connections, and even some great swag (black pussy willows and jute coffee bags).
Don’t be shy, come on along. And if you’re too far out of range to attend, you can always plan a visit to Seattle for one of our future meet-ups and be our next honored guest!
March SAGBUTT Meeting
Sunday, March 22: 1-3:30pm
Bellevue Regional Library, 1111 110th Avenue NE, Bellevue, map and directions here
Seed envelopes and snacks provided – bring seeds to exchange and topics to discuss
Pre-Meeting Volunteer Opportunity
Sunday, March 22: begins at 10am
Bellevue Botanical Garden 12001 Main St, Bellevue
Help pot up and prepare plants from the Border for the Spring Plant Sale. Opportunities for all skill levels and abilities, including labeling, etc. Lunch will be provided. For questions or to let them know you will attend, contact George Lasch at George@crows-hop.com
(“Picking worms from plants, Belmont girls farm LOC” – uncopyrighted image from the Library of Congress, courtesy of Flickr Commons)