Gardening is a smart way to stay active, and it pays off when flowers bloom, fresh herbs are at your fingertips, and wholesome veggies are available for your recipes.
Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
Ciscoe Morris, the Northwest’s most recognized gardener, shares brilliant how-to advice for gardeners of all types. University House Issaquah at 22975 S.E. Black Nugget Rd., Issaquah 98029 hosts this complimentary talk this Saturday, July 21 at 1pm.
During his talk, Morris will focus on placement of colorful annuals, and offer advice about upkeep of plants, herbs and vegetables. He will show guests how to incorporate non-traditional items to add visual variety to garden space. Morris will also demonstrate how to start a garden, create beautiful flower displays, and even harvest vegetables from small plots of land.
“Oh la la, I get so excited about the beauty of plants,” says Ciscoe Morris. “Gardening in general is a smart way to stay active. And, your exercise pays off when flowers bloom, fresh herbs are at your fingertips, and wholesome veggies are available for your favorite recipes.”
University House Issaquah residents enjoy fresh, organic vegetables and herbs from Chef Elon Wagoner’s on-site garden. It is part of the community’s commitment to providing gourmet meals for residents and encouraging healthy lifestyles.
The Ciscoe Morris ‘Fun Ideas to Make Your Garden Sparkle’ talk is complimentary and advance reservations are required. RSVP at (425) 557-4200; or, for more information, visit http://www.eraliving.com/communities/issaquah
University House Issaquah is part of Era Living, a private, Seattle-based company of eight premier retirement communities. University House Issaquah offers a warm, vibrant lifestyle with ongoing learning programs for residents, beautiful Cascade vistas, an array of amenities, and exceptional Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Fitness care.