Here is the Garden Expo’s lineup of speakers and their topics:
At Lair Auditorium
9:30 a.m., Lindell Haggin, Spokane Audubon Society, “Bringing Birds into Your Back Yard.”
11 a.m., Tonie Fitzgerald, WSU Master Gardener extension agent, “Plant Discoveries of Lewis and Clark.”
12:30 p.m., Jack Hirsch, Naylor Creek Nursery, Chimacum, Wash., “Hosta and Shade Perennial.”
2 p.m., Maralee Karwoski, WSU Master Gardener, “A Feast of Perennials.”
3:30 p.m., Phyllis Stephens, KXLY TV/Radio gardening personality, “Growing Homegrown Vegetables.”
At Lair Conference Room
9:30 a.m., Carol Albietz, Master Composters, “Making Lawn and Leaf Lasagna.”
10:30 a.m., Lynn Wallingford, Kettle Care, Whitefish, Mont., “Preparing Herbal Cosmetics.”
11:30 a.m., Elaine Tober, WSU Master Gardener, “Propagating Annuals and Vegetables from Seed.”
12:30 p.m., Stan Urmann, Riley Creek Blueberry Farm, Laclede, Idaho, “Growing Blueberries in the Inland NW.”
1:30 p.m., Kristi Fina, White Picket Gardens, Stanwood, Wash., “Lavender Growing.”
2:30 p.m., Barb Williams, Spokane Action Neighborhood Programs (SNAP), “Living Green.”
3:30 p.m., Ann Hawes, Enchanted Lily Garden, Redmond, Wash., “Cooking Up New Lilies — A Hands-on Demo on Propagating Lilies by Scaling and Seeding.”
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