If you’re interested in fall color, you are certainly in the right place here in the Pacific Northwest. While we have so many choices between trees, shrubs, and groundcovers for great fall color, Hibiscus x ‘Midnight Marvel’ really stands out with its vibrant blooms and colorful foliage. Hibiscus x ‘Midnight Marvel’ has a mounding… Read more >
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With all the sunshine recently, we are really getting a great flower show throughout the Pacific Northwest. While there are a ton of different beautiful bloomers out there this time of year, these are just a couple of our favorites but it’s a very small sampling of the plants you’ll see blooming this time of… Read more >
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Take time to look at the bright side. The rains have officially returned to the Pacific Northwest, and they’ve brought the overcast days with them. Even though the weather might be a little dreary, I keep reminding myself not to complain; a couple months ago we were experiencing a scorching drought! If you look around your garden and find… Read more >
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Over the course of the year you may feel like the Northwest gets enough rain to ensure any plant can survive. This summer, however, while you were visiting a local park or enjoying a drink outside in the sun you may have seen your normally lush plants go from green to tan. If watering your… Read more >
With this gorgeous weather we’ve had lately the respite of the shade is a refreshing change. Many of us here in the pacific northwest have lots of space for shade gardening. Between the cloudy days and the huge fir, hemlock and maple trees gardening in the shade can pose challenges. For bright spots of color… Read more >