Plant of the Month: Fothergilla

October 18, 2019

If you’re looking for a multi-season stunner that packs a colorful punch in fall, Fothergilla is a great option for you. Fothergilla is a deciduous, compact, mounding shrub that works well as hedges or in shrub borders. In spring, it has fragrant white bottlebrush-like flowers that cover the entire shrub. The blooms are followed by… Read more >

Creepy Plants for Halloween

October 2, 2019

While there’s plenty of pumpkins and scarecrows to decorate with, the right plants can also add a spooky touch to your Halloween decorations. Take a look at these interesting plants. Black Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon planiscapus ‘Nigrescens’)- This evergreen ornamental grass has purple/black grass-like foliage which clumps and spreads slowly. Small purple flowers emerge in spring… Read more >

Plant of the Month: Autumn Joy Stonecrop

September 13, 2019

As summer turns into fall, you’ve probably started noticing that your garden is changing, too. Our plant of the month, Autumn Joy Stonecrop (Sedum x ‘Autumn Joy’), is no exception to this change and it can really liven up the fall garden. This sturdy perennial sedum has fresh green, succulent foliage that feels rubbery and… Read more >

Favorite Japanese Maples

October 23, 2017

Narrowing down our top 5 favorite Japanese maples was pretty difficult considering there’s so many different varieties of Japanese maples and they’re all so unique. Japanese Maples come in dwarf to upright forms and everything in between and are well suited for our zone. They also come in various colors from red, to green, to… Read more >

Plants for Fall Color

October 5, 2017

If you’re into fall color, now is the time to get outside before it all goes away and the constant rains return. And if you’re looking for a good day drive, highway 2 to Leavenworth is full of fall color this time of year! The pacific northwest has such a great selection of fall color… Read more >