Celebrate 30 years of PlantAmnesty


Countdown to our 30th Anniversary Gala

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm on Saturday, October 28th at the Mountaineers Club

Our festive fundraiser includes:

Ciscoe Morris

Lynda Mapes

and lively music by The Wiretappers


Beer, wine, appetizers and dessert
Your favorite PlantAmnesty characters.... and a costume raffle


Get your picture taken at our free and fun photo booth! Silly props are available.

Check out our Auction Catalog Preview.

Price of admission is $30. Buy your ticket now! 

Bring your friends and reserve a table.

Announcing our

30th Anniversary Special—A 2-fer 

Do you like a bargain? Have we got a deal for you! 

Actually, we’ve got two deals — choose the one you like. 

  • Option One: If you’ve never before been a PlantAmnesty member, join at the 30th Anniversary Gala on October 28th and we will give you a two-year membership for the price of one year! 
  • Option Two: Find a friend who, like you, has never been a member before, and join together at the gala.  We will give you two one-year memberships for the price of one.

New members also get one free pruning class, and Cass’ popular CD on “How to Rehabilitate the Overgrown Garden.”  It’s a good deal—don’t miss it! 


To our sponsors: 

Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
Lagunitas Brewing Company
New Renaissance Cakes
PCC Community Markets
T and L Nursery

Events Committee Members: 

Jack Bautsch, Andrea Campbell, Michael Ewanciw, Deborah Lacy, Campbell John Thibo, Gudrun Utz

Our Photographers: 

Adam and Kim Bamberg
La Vie Photography

And all of our volunteers!

Tune in to KiroRadio Gardening with Ciscoe this Saturday, October 21st at 12 noon.
PlantAmnesty's Acting President Jack Bautsch and Ciscoe will have a lively conversation
about gardening, PlantAmnesty and our Gala.

Join our upcoming Bullitt Work Party!


Date: Saturday, November 4th 
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM 
Place: Bullitt estate (1125 Harvard Ave. E)

Bring your tools and join us for another PlantAmnesty work party.

About the project: We are collaborating with the Bullitt family to jointly create a Cass Turnbull Garden in the SE corner of their estate on north Capitol Hill. We are contributing landscape labor and design and the Bullitt family will provide fundraising expertise and influence.

The end result will be a beautiful park honoring Cass with a space to teach pruning skills through our Master Pruner Workshops. The process of creating a park from scratch is an incredible creative and learning opportunity for both professional and amateur landscapers. We will provide morning coffee and cold water/soft drinks. 

This is a great way to get involved!

To volunteer, contact Heidi Mair, General Manager heidi.mair@plantamnesty.org; 206-783-9813.