Final Master Gardners Clinic at City Hall on Saturday, June 11

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Release Date: Jun. 3, 2016

The Snoqualmie Valley King County WSU Master Gardeners Clinic is pleased to announce the last of their 2016 “In the Garden Series”: We’ve All Got Them: Plant Pests and Diseases.

This talk will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, at Sammamish City. The talk will enable participants to recognize several of the most common problems that gardeners face in the Northwest

Presenting is King County Master Gardener Elaine Sherbrooke, Lead Diagnostician with the King County Master Gardener Program. Elaine joined the Master Gardener Program in 1994 and worked at the Bellevue Clinic for several years. She was invited to join the KCMG Diagnostics Clinic in 2000. In 2013 she became its leader.

The Diagnostics Clinic is used every year by KCMG to identify plant pests and diseases brought in by samples from the public to the neighborhood clinics. Her experience and enthusiasm make her a master diagnostician. As one of her clinic members said of her, “She knows everything.”

The presentation is free to the public.