Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Ciscoe Morris, the “most beloved and respected gardening expert of the Pacific Northwest,” will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to discuss his book “Oh, La La!: Homegrown Stories, Helpful Tips, and Garden Wisdom” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 5.

Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Ciscoe Morris, the “most beloved and respected gardening expert of the Pacific Northwest,” will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to discuss his book “Oh, La La!: Homegrown Stories, Helpful Tips, and Garden Wisdom” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 5.

Northwest gardening expert to visit Eagle Harbor Book Company

Ciscoe Morris, the “most beloved and respected gardening expert of the Pacific Northwest,” will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to share stories, advice, tips and wisdom from a career that has spanned 45 years, and also discuss his book “Oh, La La!: Homegrown Stories, Helpful Tips, and Garden Wisdom” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 5.

With heart and humor, Morris regales us with stories from the gardens he has tended, the wildlife he has encountered — deer, moles, rats, birds, and more — the dogs who have joined him on his travels, the secret lives of insects, and his endeavors as head gardener at Seattle University.

Each story will make you smile but will also contain a nugget of gardening wisdom or a practical, helpful tip that home gardeners will be able to put to use in their own gardens.

Called “much more than a standard gardening guide” by Inlander, the book has also been praised by the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association, Booklist, and the Seattle Times.

The even is free and open to all. To learn more visit www.eagleharborbooks.com.

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