Gardening with Native Plants for the Future will define what native plants are and why they are increasingly important to use in our gardens. As the climate in Washington becomes warmer, colder, drier, and even wetter than what has been ‘normal’ at different times of the year how does that affect our choice of which native plants we use in the garden? Examples will be given of many different western Washington garden situations, what native plants have been appropriate for each situation, and what we need to consider given our changing climate
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Speaker: Marcia Rivers Smith
Master Native Plant Steward
Marcia Rivers Smith’s love of the natural world has led to her trying to make her garden both wildlife and environmentally friendly. She has been a Master Native Plant Steward for over 25 years. She and her husband have been gardening with native plants on their property for over 30 years. Her stewardship activities have included leading plant id walks in King County and giving Gardening with Native Plants presentations to many different groups.