Winter Blooms and Bold Foliage

December 19, 2018

Winter might seem like its the off season for your garden but that’s not true with these plants. Despite the cold temperatures, there are still plenty of plants that are blooming this time of year or just about to and many, many evergreen ones with interesting and bright color. Add in a couple of these… Read more >

What’s wrong with my Heuchera?

June 24, 2016

Heucheras have become a staple of garden and container designs across the Pacific Northwest. Caramel, plum and lime foliage that provides year round interest just can’t be beat. One of our favorite things about their foliage is the way it can change with the seasons. Cool fall and winter weather bring on rich saturated colors,… Read more >

Pruning tips and timing: a Valentine’s Day Gift to your Garden!

February 14, 2014

There seem to be so many rules and tricks to pruning it’s easy to get overwhelmed and intimidated.  The reality is that, if pruning properly and thoughtfully, you can get the job done at many times during the year but when is best?   In western Washington most pruning should be done in February while plants… Read more >