Whether you’re an experienced gardener with a beautiful collection of unusual plants, a beginner timidly learning the basics, or someone who just wants your yard to look nice, we think you’ll find a visit to Egan Gardens worthwhile.
We are open to the public Monday-Saturday 9-5, Sunday 10-5

 

 

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- check out the Calendar page and see
if some of them look interesting.  We always welcome suggestions for topics, so please let us know what you’d
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On Saturday, Aug. 23rd at 2 pm, you can join us for Painting Terracotta Pots, when the very crafty Carol Dutoit will show you how to turn plain brown pots into unique pieces of garden art. Please call to register, 503-393-2131 ext. 2.

 

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The peaceful pace of summer will soon give way to the flurry of fall activity – first, our own celebration “Plant Something: A Weekend of Fall Gardening Ideas”.  September 6 & 7. We’ll have lots of things on sale, and lots of fresh plants for fall, including planters and hanging baskets that will carry on clear through ’til next spring.  Vance and I will be teaching how-to classes both days.  Join us for a glass of iced tea and a pot-full of pansies.
The following Saturday, Sept 13, is our appearance at the Salem Hardy Plant Society Sale at the Polk County Fairgrounds.   On Monday Sept. 22 at 1 pm I, Ellen, will be talking to the Monmouth Garden Club about fall planting favorites at the Monmouth Library. If they’re like most garden clubs, they love having visitors join them.  And the classes and workshops continue through to our season closing on Oct. 19. Check the Calendar page for more details.
Also check out Timely Topics for advice on a common late-summer phenomenon – Fried Yard.

 

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