Port Angeles – “Identifying Beetles and Other Insects Eggs and Young Species in Your Garden” – Two Class Green Fingerprinting Tips Lesson Series: Clarm County Master Gardeners Program Coordinator Laurel Multon, takes participants on a journey through the mysterious life of young insects in the garden.
This one-hour long presentation — originally intended for physical use but has now been moved to Zoom — is scheduled for Thursday afternoon to 1 p.m. To join, visit the WSU Clallam County Extension website at extension.wsu.edu/clallam.
Moulton focuses on shrubs, young beetles, beetles, and other young insects that may seem a bit complex. Part One focused on young butterflies, moths, flies and worms, caterpillars or worms. The missing ones are available on the WSU Clallam County Extension website.
Participants learn more about the life stages of insects, where to find the keys to identify them, and what are some common ones in the garden.
Moulton has been a major gardener since 2006 and in 2011 received a master’s degree in horticulture with a minor from Oregon State University.
Supported by WSU Clarm County Master Gardeners, Green Thumbs Vegetable Tips Tips School wants to educate home gardeners on research-based sustainable gardening practices in Clam County.
The series airs monthly through October (November to December and January each month) from 2:00 pm to 2:00 pm on the second and fourth Thursday. Call 360-565-2679 for more information.