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New Radio Show Hours

I am still on KIRO 97.3 FM but the hours have changed. Tune in from 11 a.m to 1 p.m.

Radio Show: January 31

I am in the studio today with guest Lloyd Glasscock. He is the Garden Coordinator for the upcoming Northwest Flower & Garden Show. It runs from Wednesday, February 11 through Sunday, February 15. In honor of Valentines Day, the theme of this year's show is "Romance Blossoms".

At noon, I will talk to Joe Lamp'l, executive producer and host of the PBS series, Growing a Greener World®. He will be the emcee for Garden Wars, a live action event that takes place from 1-3 pm each day of the Show at “Garden Wars Arena” in the North Hall. Working with identical plant and hardscape materials, teams will create 10’x10’ gardens from scratch. I will be the Garden Pro Advisor on Thursday, the KING-TV day: Amanda Grace vs Margaret Larson.

Win a four-pack of tickets to the NWFG Show!!! I will be giving a four-pack of tickets to 2 lucky callers today. This is a great day to ask a question over the air waves because you just might be the lucky winner!


Pictures from New Zealand

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Upcoming Talks and Appearances:

Now that I am back from New Zealand, my speaking schedule is getting into full swing. I will be speaking on Friday and Saturday (Feb 13, Feb 14) at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show. I will also be broadcasting live on radio from the show (Saturday, Feb 14 from 11 to 1).

New Day Northwest: Next appearance - Monday, February 9

Do you have a question or are you just curious about something around the garden? Submit your dilemma for consideration for a "Ciscoe Save Me" segment. Send an email (with pictures if possible) to and your question might make it on T.V.

Call Before You Dig

Digging in the Garden?

Don't be a dim dim. Make sure you call before you dig. Call 811 to schedule a utilities check. It's free!

Ask Evelyn

Recycling is Easy!

I live in Seattle and the Seattle Public Utilities makes recycling easy. Every year, they send out a flier to remind you what goes where but if you are unsure where to put something, you can Look it Up!