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Call It Magic!
What prompted me to walk inside...
May 5, 2015
The Hardy Fuchsias
It is said that people who love fuchsias, really love them.
Camellia Season – 2015 – Still going strong
I think 2015 will go down as one of the longest camellia blooming seasons in recent history.
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Paeonia — An Ancient Flower
Throughout written history, the plant appears in myths, superstitions, poetry, paintings and stories from around the world.
When Short on Garden Space, Grow Up with Clematis
Be aware, when these divas open their petals in your garden, it is easy to succumb to their allure.
Energized Purple Pot — A Revisit
A good plant recipe for a container in a partial shade location.
Over the moon garden ideas: Northwest Flower & Garden Show display garden awards by Debbie Teashon for the Oregonian. "For me, some of my favorite gardens had common plant elements, yet what I loved was how they married the hardscapes with the flora and sometimes fauna, to bring about their interpretation of the romance theme. Any of these designs could change to fulfill a client's plant wishes..."
One of the easiest lilacs to grow, the dwarf Korean lilac blooms later than most of the other species and cultivars.
From the Archives
High-Voltage Hanging Baskets Light Up NW CoastalTowns