Rainbow Flowers And Gifts
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Rainbow Flowers And Gifts
815 Beershaba Highway
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Jun 22, 2019
Homes and gardens events around Portland: Pollinator workshops, garden tours and more - OregonLive.com
One Green World Nursery, 6469 S.E. 134th Ave.; onegreenworld.com or 503-208-7520SUNDAY, JUNE 23McMinnville Garden Club Tour and Faire: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tour five home gardens ($10, children 12 and under free) and enjoy the free faire, featuring vendors of garden art, wearable art, plants, flowers and more. Northeast Cowls Street between First and Third streets, McMinnville; mcminnvillegardenclub.orgMeet Your Pollinators – Bee Safari: 1-3 p.m. Learn about bee identification tips, trapping techniques and specimen preservation. Swallowtail Farm, 31620 N.W. Camp Ireland St., Hillsboro. Register at swcd.net or call 503-334-2288 TUESDAY, JUNE 25Watercolor Painting Class at Leach Garden: 9:30 a.m.-noon. Explore color mixing, washes, glazing techniques and methods for creating texture. $30 nonmembers, $25 members; Leach Botanical Garden, 6704 S.E. 122nd Ave. 503-823-1671 or leachgarden.orgReflections on a Residency: Insights to Peace and Understanding: 4-5 p.m. The Portland Japanese Garden’s CEO will share insights and stories from his recent residency in Japan. $15 members, $20 nonmembers; Portland Japanese Garden, 611 S.W. Kingston Ave. japanesegarden.orgSATURDAY, JUNE 29Marquam Nature Park Restoration Work Party: 9 a.m.-noon. Join volunteers on a done-in-a-day project led by a Hands On volunteer leader. Address and directions provided after signup; handsonportland.org or 503-200-3355Portland Weird Homes Tour: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Visit eight to 10 one-of-a-kind houses on a self-guided tour that will treat you to some of Oregon’s most creative homes. $30; weirdhomestour.com or facebook.com/events/1000513290149375 Community Science & iNaturalist Workshop: 1-4 p.m. Learn how to use the iNaturalist app to find and record pollinators, birds and plants. $25 nonmembers, $20 members; Leach Botanical Garden, 6704 S.E. 122nd Ave. 503-823-1671 or leachgarden.orgSUNDAY, JUNE 30Working With Leafcutter Bees – Hands-on Workshop: Noon-2 p.m. Learn about creating bee-friendly habitat, lifecycles and nesting strategies of leafcutter bees. Cornelius Public Library, 1370 N. Adair St. Register at swcd.net or call 503-334-2288SATURDAY, JULY 6Creating Food Forests: 10:30 a.m.-noon. The Preservation Beekeeping Council (PBC) offers a free progra... May 24, 2018
HG calendar May 5-13: celebrate mom with flowers
H testing, specialty vendor booths, plant selection assistance. Yamhill County Fairgrounds, 2070 N.E. Lafayette Ave., McMinnville. ycmga.org or 503-434-7517
Villa Garden Club Plant Sale: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Big selection of perennials. Parkrose Community United Church of Christ, 12505 N.E. Halsey St. 503-252-7423
Milwaukie Garden Club Plant Sale: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Perennials, an... Jul 27, 2017
Gardeners rejoice: Plant sales are popping up around Portland
Yamhill County residents and college scholarships for Yamhill County high school seniors. Yamhill County Fairgrounds, 2070 N.E. Lafayette Ave., McMinnville; free admission; http://ycmga.org or 503-434-7517.April 29 - Aloha Garden Club Plant and Art Sale: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Over a thousand plants, most priced from $2 to $4. Perennials, shrubs, trees and some specialty plants. All proceeds support the club's grants and scholarships program. Aloha-Huber Park School, 5000 S.W. 173rd Ave., Aloha; free admission; http://alohagardenclub.weebly.com/plant-sale.html.April 29 - Columbian Garden Club Annual Plant Sale: 9 a.m. Features rare and unusual plants, treasurers from club members' own gardens as well as plants donated from local nurseries. Includes trees, perennials, annuals, fruits, vegetables shrubs, natives, roses and specialty items. Corbett Fire Hall, 36930 E. Historic Columbia River Highway, Corbett; free admission; CorbettOregon.com/Columbian-Garden-Club or 503-695-5774.April 29-May 5 - Columbia River High School Plant Sale: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat., 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon-Fri. Features organic and NON-GMO vegetables, annuals, perennials, herbs and native plants all student grown. Worm fertilizer tea for sale. Get advice about how to set up a sustainable urban garden. Proceeds support Horticulture/FFA program at the school. Columbia River High School, 800 N.W. 99th St., Vancouver; free admission.April 29 - 4th Annual Pleasant Valley Plant Swap: 10 a.m.-noon. The format for the trade is like a tailgate party. Traders exchange gardening information as well as plant materials. Label plants with botanical and common names, color, height, width, etc. if possible. Pleasant Valley School, 17625 S.E. Foster Road, Gresham; free; firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-784-5827.April 29-30 - Portland Audubon Society's Native Plant Sale: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oregon wildflowers, shrubs and trees suitable for yards, woodlands or stream banks. Over 100 species of native plants for shade and sun and for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Experienced gardener volunteers advise and assist. The organization's education birds of prey will make appearances. Proceeds benefit the nature education, wildlife sanctuaries, and wildlife rehabilitation programs. Audubon Society of Portland Sanctuary, 5151 N.W. Cornell Road; free admission; http://audubonportland.org/sanctuaries/plant-sale or 503-292- 6855.May 6 - Multnomah County Master Gardeners' Incredible Edibles Plant Sale: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Features locally grown organic vegetable, fruit and herb starts specifically selected because they thrive in Pacific Northwest conditions. Workshops scheduled throughout the day and Master Gardener volunteers will be on hand to offer advice on plant problems, pest control and other gardening questions. Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1624 N.E. Hancock St.; free admission; http://www.multnomahmastergardeners.org/edibles.May 6-7 - Spring Garden Fair: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun. Offers plants from some of the best growers in the region along with local garden artists and specialty vendors. Also features 10-minute classes throughout the day, soil pH testing, potting station and "Ask a Master Gardener" booth. Clackamas County Event Center, 694 N.E. Fourth Ave., Canby; $5 adm... (OregonLive.com)Jan 8, 2016
Oregon Pinot Noir Delivers an Element of Surprise
Our favorite wines were fresh and energetic, like the No. 1 bottle, the Three Degrees from Maysara in McMinnville, with its taut, penetrating floral and mineral flavors. It was also our best value at $25. No. 2 was the vibrant, well-balanced Belle Pente, with persistent fruit and floral aromas and flavors, and that note of iron. The third wine in the top group was the Premier Cuvée from Archery Summit, with complex flavors of dark fruits, herbs, earth and, again, iron.
A large middle group included the tightly wound, energetic Trisaetum Willamette Valley; the gravelly, harmonious Le Combe Verte from Walter Scott; the crunchy, floral Purple Hands Freedom Hill Vineyard; the bright, delicate Raptor Ridge Shea Vineyard; and the savory Grand Assemblage from Dobbes Family Estate. Also worth noting were the robust Le Pré du Col Vineyard from Bergstrom and the taut, earthy estate pinot noir from the Eyrie Vineyards.
I was surprised that some of my favorite producers didn’t do better in the tasting. The Eyrie was No. 10 on our list, while wines from Big Table Farm and Penner-Ash did not make our cut. Frankly, I will always trust years of drinking pleasure over the results of a single blind tasting.
Other favorites were not in the group of 20 bottles. I highly recommend trying out wines from Soter Vineyards, J. Christopher, Brick House and Day Wines.
Meanwhile, the 2014 vintage was much bigger and warmer, and the 2015, I’m told, even bigger and warmer than 2014. They may not be my styles of wines, but I can’t wait to try them.
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And the winner of the People's Choice garden photo contest is ... (photos)
Charles Hillestad Gary Loveless
And the winner of the 2015 People's Choice award is "Extinction Event" by Charles Hillestad of McMinnville
This close up of a camellia blossom received the most votes in the People's Choice voting.
Hillestad captured the macro image using a Nikon Coolpix P520, which has a 42x optical zoom lens.
The attorney with a self-professed active imagination, says he thought the blossoms looked like the white hot splash patterns that a large comet or meteor might make hitting the earth. So he named the image "Extinction Event."
The amateur photographer, who is captivated by nature and flowers in particular, says he was also attracted to the uniform, white purity of the camellia's petals, which created almost an abstract design.
Super close, flowers can look very different, often strange, alien or occasionally even threatening, yet always beautiful and intriguing, not to mention ever changing, he explains.
There seems to be a near infinite variety of both flowers and ways to shoot them, he adds.
He switched from big, heavy and expensive single-lens reflex cameras five years ago to small, light, cheaper digital cameras that can fit in his pocket. He can add super zoom telephotos when needed. In this case, he stood a foot away from the camellia and set his camera at f3.9, ISO 110, 3.2 aperture, at 1/30th second.
Judges' favorites in the 2015 Homes & Gardens of the Northwest's Garden Photo Contest
See three more garden photo contest winners and read how amateur photographers captured the images:
"Simple, elegant and pretty": Jay Spencer of Northwest Portland, a carpenter and tile installer who has been an avid amateur photographer for about five years, took this photo of an iris on a wet foggy morning in late spring with a Nikon D7000 camera.
The nine other finalists were:
"Fall": Kristine Baranski of Cedar Hills was walking her dog after a rain... (OregonLive.com)
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