2012 SEATTLE TILTH EDIBLE PLANT SALE May 5 & 6 (they really shouldn't let me out!!)

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Downtown Seattle

2012 SEATTLE TILTH Edible Plant Sale May 5 & 6 (and my friends and family really should watch me more carefully!)  This post is a little late, but just  in case you love to garden and want someplace to go today try out the Seattle Tilth Edible Plant Sale http://seattletilth.org/special_events/mayedibleplantsale2012 

edible plant sale may 5 & 6

I went yesterday and came back with way more than I had planned to buy, but it is all worth it.  This is  the entranc on NE 50th Street  in Wallingford.  Here are  some more pictures taken from my cell phone:lining up to get in

Here people line up to get their wrist bands and then get into the line to get into this popular event.







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check out at edible plant sale 2012Here are happy people at the check out line (the wait in lines is totally worth it!)  



and back to parking on a beautiful Wallingford street:

Wallingford street







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Comments (2)

Mona Gersky
MoonDancer Realty, Dillsboro,NC - Sylva, NC
GRI,IMSD-Taking the mystery out of real estate.

Muriel, this sounds like it would have been so much fun to attend.  I'll bet I'd have come home with a bunch of stuff and photos.  I've never seen the word tilth before.  What is that?

May 09, 2012 12:33 AM
Muriel Lawty
Keller Williams Downtown Seattle - Seattle, WA

Mona - thank you for offering to help me - I am just getting started blogging and knew this one was not "juicy", but just do it!!  I would love to have suggestions.  I am doing the  AR boot camp and will go into the University to find webinars, etc on blogging.

re Tilth:  The Tilth organizations are promoting organic and sustainable farming/gardening techniques. Without researching it, I think tilth refers to tilling the land.  I should research it more!  if you want more info now, follow the link at the top of my post.  It will take you to the Seattle Tilth website.  There may be a tilth organization where you live.

May 09, 2012 01:05 AM