Other Northwest Garden Web Pages
These are some other more-or-less non-commercial pages you might enjoy, made by other Maritime Pacific Northwest gardeners.
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Gardening With Ciscoe What a character, and if you never heard of Ciscoe Morris before, you are missing out learning from a great gardener and entertaining speaker. His page is full of information plus where you can go to hear him speak.
Gardening B.C. (BC)
A great gardening resource site for gardening in BC. If you live in B.C. check this out!
Gardens resources - directory of Gardens related websites.
Horticulture Centre of the Pacific (BC) The Horticulture Centre of the Pacific is a not-for-profit, primarily volunteer, organization. Its mission is to provide a broad-based education in horticulture, to develop and manage demonstration gardens, and to promote the preservation of natural habitat.
Rock, bog and perennial gardens, even how to grow a 1,000 pound pumpkin and do it right here in the Northwest. Although Duncan's page is geared beyond our region, he still puts his Northwest flavor into it.
My Country Garden (BC)
Joan has been creating this country garden for almost 18 years and the My Country Garden website since May 1999. There are over 300 photographs on this site, mainly of favourite plants but also the different sections of the garden, different herb and perennial beds. The before and after pictures were taken to show how the gardens have changed over the years.
Pacific Northwest Gardener
From the gardener who calls herself the "Lazy Gardener" on KSER radio. Small page that looks like it is growing well.
Pacific Northwest Gardening
A delightful page by Northwest Gardener Marie A. McKinsey.
Trilliums and Woodlanders
What would a Northwest garden be without a trillium? Louise Parsons' page is packed full of photos of trilliums with tips on taking care of your trillium seedlings. Although I am linking directly to her page of trilliums be sure to check out the rest of her site too as it is a virtual candy store of plants growing in the Pacific Northwest.
Salmon Friendly Gardens
Salmon Friendly Gardens work with natural processes to grow healthy plants with minimal irrigation, fertilizer and pesticides. In addition to keeping the water clean and protecting habitat, Salmon Friendly Gardens can save you time and money. Take a look at your garden and see what you can do to welcome salmon home.