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The Master Gardener Foundation holds monthly educational meetings, the second Tuesday of each month, except January, July and August. Meeting locations can vary so check the specific meeting announcement for location.  A volunteer appreciation picnic is held in July. Meetings are free to the public and members, and are held in an ADA compatible meeting room. Upcoming programs are advertised in The Columbian, The Reflector, The Oregonian, and other publications, as well as on this site and on our Facebook page.

The GARDEN NEWSLETTERS
​UPCOMING Events:

Educational meetings are being held online using zoom.

Upcoming events:

  • June 1, 2021:  Iris, with Terry Aitken
  • Monthly educational meetings will be moved to the second Tuesday of the month beginning September, 2021.  There are no educational meetings scheduled for July or August.


Click here to see events sponsored by other Washington Master Gardener Foundations
Thank you for making our 
2021 Plant sale a success!

We look forward to returning to a more 'normal' plant sale in 2022!



June 1st Program:

MGF Monthly Educational Meeting
7:00 PM
Online zoom meeting
Register in Advance at
https://wsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIrdeCrpjMpGtWAXZvuJ35gPqQ9lbgcOGOH

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Iris blooms throughout the Season
with Terry Aitken, 
Owner, own Aitken’s Salmon Creek Garden

Have you have ever thought, “It’s just too bad that Irises only bloom two weeks out of the year?” Then you should plan to attend the June educational meeting featuring Terry Aitken. Terry and his wife Barbara own Aitken’s Salmon Creek Garden in Vancouver, WA and their goal is to correct this impression. Their Iris garden features a variety of plants that bloom from early April continuously through July with second round blooms in late summer into the fall. Learn how to select, plant and care for Iris varieties that will result in successional blooms in your own garden. 


Terry and his wife Barbara have lived in Vancouver for 50 years and have been involved withIirises for over 45 years. They have both have been Iris judges for 40 years and Terry conducts judge training courses at various National Conventions and throughout the country. He has also lectured in New Zealand, Italy, Great Britain and Canada. Terry has also served as the National President of the American Iris Society (AIS) and currently participates in the Greater Portland Iris Society.

Aitken’s Salmon Creek Garden ships Irises throughout the year across the US and around the world. The Garden will be a host garden for the AIS National convention which will be held in Portland in 2024.

Currently, Terry has moved away from administrative activities to focus on Iris breeding. He now focuses his work on reblooming and sequential blooming Irises.