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Shorty’s is a locally established, family owned & operated garden center, focusing on high quality, regionally grown plants, outdoor living & specialty gift & decór products.

What’s Happening

Events and Seminars happening at Shorty’s
June, 4th | 10am-12noon
Strawberries are ripening and more fruit is on the way!  Learn about preparing different kinds of jellied products and the various ways to thicken them.  Receive information on making low-sugar jams and jellies and more!  Presented by WSU Clark County Extension Food Preservation.  Registration required as classes fill quickly!
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HOW TO GROW HERBS IN CONTAINERS

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The Garden Guy

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Tips for Growing Organic Tomatoes

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Money-Saving Tips for the Organic Gardener

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Fruit

Grow Your Own Organic Strawberries!

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Made in the Shade

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Shorty's is proud to sponsor Ridgefield Living's Garden of the Month. Do you have nominees in the Ridgefield area? Send us a PM ...

"Phyllis Vidin, Co-Treasurer of the Ridgefield Garden Club, apologized, “My garden isn’t really ready yet, you should see it later in the spring,” but we thought “Vidin Acre’s” hyacinths, tulips, daffodils, armeria, vinca, heavenly bamboo, pieris japonica and camellias (to name but a few of their garden residents) already deserved to be this month’s garden of note." See more pictures of the Garden of the Month in the May issue of Ridgefield Living.

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