Online classes will be held Wednesdays May 6, May 27, and July 22, 2020. Class times are  6:30 PM to 9:00 PM PDT.

Zoom instructions will be sent to you at 5:00 PM the date of the class in order for you to be prepared to begin the class on the Zoom platform at 6:30 PM.


These classes are offered as an online event only. You must register in order to receive instructions to access the class.


Linda Shepherd 
King County Master Gardener Growing Groceries Program 
Email: growinggroceries.king@gmail.com 

Online Only Growing Groceries in May and July 


In-person Master Gardener events and gatherings are being replaced with virtual meetings whenever possible. The Issaquah and Beacon Hill Growing Groceries classes meetings have been cancelled and replaced with online classes.

King County Master Gardeners are now providing online access to the remaining 2019-2020 Growing Groceries classes in May and July. The remaining classes in this series include four 2.5-hour educational classes on May 6, May 27 and July 21, 2020.

If you have previously registered for a May or July class, you will receive a PROMO CODE to use when you register for these online classes. You will not have to pay again to register for these classes.

If you have not previously registered for a May or July class at either The Grange in Issaquah or on Beacon Hill, follow the link below to register.

Instructions for joining the Zoom classes will be sent to you at 5:00PM the date of the class. Classes begin at 6:30 PM on the Zoom platform.

  • May 6: Cucumber & Corn Families
  • May 27: Herbs & Container Vegetable Gardening
  • July 22: Succession Planting / Fall & Winter Gardening / Seed Saving

All classes in this series are for beginning and intermediate gardeners, both Master Gardeners and the public, interested in vegetable gardening.

Instructors for these classes will be King County Master Gardeners.
Register Now! Remember to use your Promo Code when you register.
WSU Extension programs are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office. Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs; contact WSU Extension at 206-543-0943 at least two weeks prior to the event.