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Plant of the Month: Chief Joseph Lodgepole Pine

January 8, 2020

Although there’s not too much blooming and showing off this time of year, you can still find a handful of plants that can brighten up any winter day. Chief Joseph Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta ‘Chief Joseph’) will add a bit of sunny yellow to your garden where color may be lacking in winter. In winter,… Read more >

What We’re Working On: December 2019

December 17, 2019

December has been a busy month full of new clients and new designs. These concepts are for a larger property in Snohomish. One concept includes a deck porch and bluestone entry with pergola along with a flagstone firepit area and connecting pathways. The second concept has a concrete paver entry, veggie garden beds, and a… Read more >

Plant of the Month: Euphorbia

December 11, 2019

These evergreen plants work hard to provide all season interest. They can be placed in partial to full sun areas and are a fuss free plant in general. Most types are heat tolerant, but they should be watered regularly during their first growing season to help establish a good root system. Another benefit to these… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Winter Garden Tasks

December 9, 2019

Although things in the garden tend to slow down in the winter, there are a couple of tasks you can keep up on throughout the winter months to prepare for a beautiful spring soon to come. December – January                                                                                   Lawn   Stay off your lawn as much as possible when frozen or extremely wet… Read more >

2020 and Beyond!

November 26, 2019

Whew!  It has been a year, hasn’t it? Have you experienced it too?  This year has been an emotional roller coaster with many highs, lows and EVERYTHING in between.  I shared a very personal post with you a few months ago so I wanted to write this post to update you and let you know… Read more >