Snohomish County Master Gardener Microscope Database
The photographs in this collection were taken and identified by volunteers, most of whom are master gardeners. The original image collection is held at the Snohomish County Master Gardener office located at the Snohomish County Extension Master Gardener Office.
Master Gardener Program
The Master Gardener Program trains volunteers to be effective community educators in horticulture and environmental stewardship by providing science-based information generated from research at WSU and at other university systems. Master Gardeners staff plant problem clinics, maintain demonstration gardens, provide educational and community outreach through teaching and mentoring adults and youth in a variety of settings and platforms, and by continuing their own education.
Snohomish County Extension
Extension programs connect the people and communities of Snohomish County with the knowledge base of Washington State University to promote quality of life and advance economic well-being through fostering inquiry, learning, and the application of research.
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Disclaimer of Liability
We strive to provide accurate information. However, taxonomy is a very fluid field where the classification of any organism may change over time. The information on this website is intended for home gardeners only. If you need additional, professional advice, contact the WSU Puyallup Plant & Insect Laboratory (https://puyallup.wsu.edu/plantclinic/) or your local extension office (https://nifa.usda.gov/land-grant-colleges-and-universities-partner-website-directory).
Neither WSU nor the Snohomish County Master Gardeners, nor any of its employees or volunteers, assumes any legal liability for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of the information on this website. Nor shall they be liable for any incidental, indirect, or direct damages whatsoever arising from or in connection with the use of the information on this website.
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|Genus||Family||wdt_ID||Common Name||Species||Type||Spacing||SFG||Seed Depth||Planting Season||Harvest Season||Sun||Grow Days||Common Attributes|
|3||Artichokes||Veg||1 / 4 sq. ft.|
|Eruca||Brassicaceae||4||Arugula||E. vesicaria||Veg||4"||9 / sq. ft.||0.25 in.|
|5||Asian Greens||Veg||0.00 in.|
|6||Asparagus||Veg||12"||1 / sq. ft.|
|Ocimum||Lamiaceae||7||Basil||O. basilicum||Herb||6"||4 / sq. ft.||0.25 in.|
|8||Beans, Bush||Veg||4"||9 / sq. ft.||1.00 in.|
|9||Beans, Pole||Veg||4"||9 / sq. ft.||1.00 in.|
|11||Beets||Veg||4"||9 / sq. ft.||0.50 in.|
|Genus||Family||Common Name||Species||Type||Spacing||SFG||Seed Depth||Planting Season||Harvest Season||Sun||Grow Days||Common Attributes|