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Creating a Pollinator Garden

Learn about the best plant selections to create a more productive and diverse ecosystem right in your own backyard! We will discuss how various shapes of blooms support different types of pollinators, and ways to include flowering plants in your garden every month of the year. Whether you’re integrating more pollinator plants into your existing landscape or creating a new pollinator zone, this class will help provide the information you need to add the perfect plants for both humans and pollinators to enjoy!

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Saturday, May 20


9:30 am - 10:30 pm

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Saturday - Sunday, May 20 - 21
  • Time: 12:30 pm - 1:30 am

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D7D Vancouver Garden Center
10006 Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA


Dennis' 7 Dees Landscaping & Garden Centers

Instructor Nicole Forbes has lived and gardened in Portland for more than 20 years and started working for Dennis’ 7 Dees in the late 1990s. She has experience in nearly every retail garden center job position that exists, but she has found her niche in teaching gardening classes and hosting events like our annual Tomato Tasting Festival. Nicole’s love of plants and people is evident in her fun and energetic teaching style. She also writes many of our blog articles and helps with employee training at the garden centers.

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  1. Do you offer any classes in hydroponics? Do you sell organic fertilizer for hydroponic growing?
    Are the classes held both in person and on Facebook or only online? Do I need to register for classes?

  2. Hi Barb, we do sell organic fertilizer (, but not specifically for hydroponics… the folks at our garden center might be able to help with that, though! As of now, we do not have any classes on hydroponics. Our classes are only held in person and registration is required. Hope this helps!

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