Trellis Community Vegetable Gardening Forum

Sharing our knowledge of vegetable gardening in the Snoqualmie Valley area

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Colin Keizer posted a discussion
May 27
Colin Keizer posted a discussion

Natural Rodent Resistance

This article has two suggestions for making your garden more resistant to rodents.https://www.hometalk.com/37148048/how-to-remove-garden-rodentsI'd heard about the mint versus ants, I'm glad it might also annoy mice, rats and voles.The mashed potato flakes trick is similar to something my brother does, except his diluted milk spray is intended to mess up insect digestion.See More
May 22
Colin Keizer posted discussions
May 18
Anika Gupta is now a member of Trellis Community Vegetable Gardening Forum
Oct 13, 2017
Colin Keizer posted discussions
Oct 9, 2017
David Bach left a comment for Nora Hightower
"Nora, Welcome to the Trellis Forum website. I enjoyed meeting you yesterday. I look forward to seeing you next month. David Bach"
Sep 17, 2017
Susan & Merv Montacute replied to Peter & Tacy's discussion Turkey-Zucchini Lasagna recipe
"Thanks Tacy.  It was super delicious. Will try soon!!"
Sep 17, 2017
David Bach replied to Peter & Tacy's discussion Turkey-Zucchini Lasagna recipe
"Thanks! I wanted to get this. db"
Sep 17, 2017
 

May Meeting: May 18, 9:00 A.M.

Return to 9:00 A.M. meeting time

We have two timely topics for this forum:

First, we will learn about hardening off tender seedlings before exposing them to the harsh world of wind, rain, sunshine and pests.

Next we will discuss planning for hot, dry weather and figuring out options for when you're away from home.

Oh yes, we return to the traditional 9:00 AM meeting time at the Valley Christian Assembly.

Visit the Trellis Facebook page: Trellis Gardening SnoValley

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Welcome

Trellis started as a group of gardening enthusiasts visiting each others vegetable gardens for inspiration and exchanging ideas. Our excitement for what we could learn from each other developed into a community forum where all could come and share and grow from each others experiences.

Each 3rd Saturday of the month, we meet to share and discuss a topic of vegetable gardening relevant to the season and this area. Vegetable gardening in western Washington and certainly in the Snoqualmie Valley area is unique, due to soil conditions, moisture, cooler temperatures, and various other factors. Together we can learn and teach each other from our own experiences and knowledge.

Our group includes a wide range of expertise from those with 15+ years of gardening experience to first time gardeners. We welcome everyone into our monthly discussion forums. It is a great place to share resources and experience for vegetable gardening in the Snoqualmie Valley area.

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Exploring The History Of The Apple

Interesting article and references to more interesting work.…Continue

Started by Colin Keizer in Miscellaneous May 27.

Natural Rodent Resistance

This article has two suggestions for making your garden more resistant to rodents.…Continue

Started by Colin Keizer in Pest/Insect Problems and Controls May 22.

Trellis Meeting Notes For Saturday, 18 May, 2019

The meeting started at 9:00 am with a brief and general discussion of grapes, grape vines and Tacy's success this year starting all of the cuttings she received from David in January.Nora mentioned…Continue

Started by Colin Keizer in Meeting notes May 18.

Trellis Meeting Notes For Saturday, 20 April, 2019

The group visited Colin's family garden where we saw a cutaway cross-section of a five-years-old Hugelkultur mound.  The wood has hardly begun to decay at all.  The leaves and grass cuttings on top…Continue

Started by Colin Keizer in Meeting notes May 18.

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Trellis Forum Details

When: No meeting in December! Regular meetings on the 3rd Saturday of each month, 10am - 11:30am. Note the time change for January through March

Where: In the main building at Valley Christian Assembly in Fall City.

How: Click here for directions.

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