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Even though it’s still winter, there are plenty of plants that are starting to peek out and add color to our gardens, including our Plant of the Month: Daphne! Other late winter bloomers include hellebores, corylopsis, euphorbia, cyclamen, heather, crocus, gravillea, edgeworthia, and mahonia. Madame Lemonnier Lenten Rose (Helleborus x lemonnierii ‘MadameLemonnier’): This new hellebore has… Read more >
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The warming weather has turned our frozen gardens into spongy goo again and has us thinking about drainage. The rain and melting snow can cause you to question: where should all of that water be going? Other than the giant puddle you formerly called your garden. Proper drainage is always important but in the winter… Read more >
When the seasons start to change, evergreen ferns can be your constant that will continue to look good throughout fall and winter. With our wet climate, ferns are relatively easy to grow and maintain, making them an ideal plant for the Pacific Northwest. While there are always exceptions, it is best to plant ferns in the… Read more >
The northwest garden style includes many different aspects including asymmetry, year-round interest, and using native plants and a mix of woody and perennial plants. Asymmetrical landscape designs have a more natural, casual feel which is why they fit in so nicely in the northwest landscape. Having a mix of woody and perennial plants along with… Read more >