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Matt Lancaster commented on Angela Higgins's group Portland Gardening
"Hi Portland Gardeners- It's been a month since I first posted my interest in a plant swap - and with the cooperating weather lately, perhaps now is a better time to ask. So, if anyone would be interested in a plant swap, I could arrange the…"
Mar 8, 2012
Matt Lancaster commented on Angela Higgins's group Portland Gardening
"With Spring planting season about to start, would anyone be interested in a plant swap meet?  I've got a bunch of plants that I no long want, that are healthy and that need a new home.  I would love to trade for something. I suspect…"
Feb 11, 2012
Matt Lancaster replied to Chee-Soo's discussion shaded plants / flowers in the group Portland Gardening
"There are many, many plants you could select from that would meet your needs and thrive.  Here are some old reliables I turn to again and again: -Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart', Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart -Blechnum…"
Jun 26, 2011
Matt Lancaster replied to Chee-Soo's discussion Late June too late? in the group Portland Gardening
"I don't think late June is too late, but much of the certainty will reside with the weather.  If it is still cool and wet, then by all means plant away.  If it is cool and sunny, plant and pay close attention moisture in the…"
May 11, 2011
Matt Lancaster added a discussion to the group Portland Gardening

Anyone know of a source for Johnson's Blue Geranium?

I'm looking for some of this plant, but have failed to locate any local nurseries who are currently carrying it (as of May 1).  Of course I haven't checked with all of them, so...Anyone know of a local source? Thanks!See More
May 3, 2011
Matt Lancaster commented on Lorri E.'s blog post Portland Blog: This Week in Portland, January 15, 2011 - Portland Events & More
"Great work on the blog this week.  I especially loved the link to the Portlandia clips. Keep it up.  We appreciate your work."
Jan 16, 2011
Angela Higgins replied to Matt Lancaster's discussion Is this a good gardening year or what? in the group Portland Gardening
"Gorgeous! My garden is looking lush. I'll have to get some updated photos to share."
May 25, 2010
Matt Lancaster added a discussion to the group Portland Gardening

Is this a good gardening year or what?

I may be really, really tired of the rain, but it has had tremendous benefit for my garden this year.  Just a boon to growth. Plants that I thought I might even replace are looking good and getting much larger.  Here's a photo of some:The rest of the Alameda and surrounding neighborhoods also look good.  Some good spots and gardens I've seen include NE Alameda St between 26th & 28th, NE 29th & Dunckley, NE 38th & Wistaria.  Here are images of a couple of those too.and...So who else…See More
May 24, 2010
Matt Lancaster commented on Angela Higgins's group Portland Gardening
"Hi Fellow Gardeners, With a few new members recently, I thought it would be worthwhile posting this again...I'm looking for some black mondo grass that anyone would be willing to part with. I even have some things I could trade for it:…"
Feb 2, 2010
Matt Lancaster joined Lorri E.'s group

Alameda Neighborhood

A group for neighbors of Alameda.
Jan 16, 2010
Matt Lancaster commented on Angela Higgins's group Portland Gardening
"Hi Portland Gardeners, I've just joined and was wondering if anyone has any Black Mondo Grass (ophiopogon japonicus) they would be willing to part with. I'll come pick up. Matt"
Jan 16, 2010
Matt Lancaster joined Angela Higgins's group

Portland Gardening

Gardening in Portland- a community dedicated to gardening; all shapes, sizes and purposes!
Jan 16, 2010
Matt Lancaster is now a member of PortlandNeighborhood.com
Jan 16, 2010

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Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
About Me:
garden designer
landscape architect
geology student
free spirit
What do you love about Portland?
close community
importance of keeping it local
mild weather
close to many natural features
My music:
in no particular order,
Pete Yorn
Pearl Jam
Neil Young
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
Alameda because of the quality of housing stock, walkability, neighbors, gardens, the ridge
Favorite quote:
'In wildness is the preservation of the world'
Henry David Thoreau

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At 12:01pm on February 2, 2010, Angela Higgins said…
Hey there, I have one very small black mondo grass. I would trade for a coneflower. We could meet at a coffee shop this weekend and trade.

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Vivian Au posted an event

Welcome To Wellness @ Jamison Square at Jamison Square

July 28, 2018 from 9am to 2pm
Join us for a morning filled with fun activities and giveaways. You’ll have a chance to meet your local health and wellness advocates and participate in games such as ‘Guess Your Muscle Asymmetry’ and ‘Test Your Strength’! This family-friendly activity will have multiple raffles including prizes for yoga, barre and indoor cycling from your favorite studios.See More
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BodyVox Dance at Elk Cove Vineyards | June 30, 2018 at Elk Cove Vineyards

June 30, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Led by Emmy Award-winning choreographers Jamey Hampton & Ashley Roland, BodyVox is known for its visual virtuosity, distinctive wit, and unique ability to combine dance, theater, and film. Elk Cove and our sister winery Pike Road are proud supporters of BodyVox and Elk Cove founder Joe Campbell sits on the dance company’s board of directors. This year we are bringing BodyVox into the vineyard with an outdoor performance – bring your picnic! Saturday, June 306 – 8 pmTickets: $30 …See More
Elisabeth Allie posted an event

Nerd Communion: Geek in the City LIVE SHOW & Wine Tasting at Pairings Portland Wine Shop & Bar

June 20, 2018 from 7pm to 11pm
Come to Pairings Portland Wine Shop & Bar June 20 for Nerd Communion, where Portland’s premier award-winning nerdy podcast, Geek in the City, will host a wine tasting and record a live episode of the podcast at 7:00 pm! Just $30 to taste nine wines--three paired to Aaron Duran—also local writer of the La Brujeria comic book series and Welcome to Grizzlydale YA novels—Kaebel Hashitani—who perfectly portrayed Sulu in Portland’s late, lamented Trek in the Park—and Denise Espinoza—an inspiring…See More
Jun 13
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Karin Kaufmann posted an event

Artistic Portland Celebrates Local Beaches at First Thursday Art Walk 4-6 pm on July 5 at Artistic Portland

July 5, 2018 from 2pm to 6pm
Art Co-operative Artistic Portland will pay homage to the two rivers that flow through Portland by celebrating their beaches at the First Thursday Art Walk on July 5 between 4-6 p.m.  Outdoor landscapes will come indoors as local artists are inspired by the Willamette and Columbia rivers in the Portland area. Many of the member artists will be present to talk about their latest works and will encourage visitors to express their own creativity by painting a ceramic bisque-fired bowl.  Sponsor…See More
Jun 13
Elisabeth Allie posted an event

Sci-Fi Pride Wine Tasting at Pairings Portland Wine Shop & Bar

June 14, 2018 from 7pm to 10pm
Join the PDX Guild of Geeks (the fantastic nerdy non-profit formerly known as PDX Browncoats) for a wine pairing fundraiser from 7:00 to 10:00 pm on Thursday, June 14th at Pairings Portland. We'll be raising our glasses to celebrate LGBTQA+ characters in science fiction and fantasy in honor of Basic Rights Oregon's Racial Justice program. We’ll be pairing wines to five of our favorite LGBTQA+ characters,…See More
Jun 8
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Heidi posted an event

15th Annual Buddhist Festival in the Park: Growing in Gratitude at Colonel Summers Park

June 2, 2018 from 11am to 4:30pm
Dharma Talk and Panel Discussion on the Theme of Growing in GratitudeWorkshopsActivities for ChildrenTabling by Buddhist CommunitiesBuddhist Peace Fellowship, Portland is proud to host the 15th Annual Buddhist Festival in the Park on Saturday, June 2, with the theme "Growing in Gratitude."  Gary Sanders, a teacher at Portland Insight Meditation Community, will give the keynote Dharma talk. He is excited about the theme of gratitude. He loves doing gratitude practices as a part of the practice…See More
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