Mid-Century Updated Entry Walkway

Mid-Century Updated Entry Walkway

During the winter months pathways become more important.   Just a way to get to a destination? No, but a way to keep out of the wet, above the often muddy, leaf covered beds and soggy grass.   Often in the summer pathway edges are obscured by overhanging plants and...
Christmas Cuttings 2 | Greens

Christmas Cuttings 2 | Greens

Today we are going to finish the rest of the essential cuttings for your Christmas display. Some of these can be used inside with fresh roses or other cut flowers. They can also be used as wreath greens for outdoors. We are lucky to live in the Pacific Northwest where...
Christmas Cuttings 1 | Holly

Christmas Cuttings 1 | Holly

As sometimes happens (many times actually) some research on a blog post can turn you to another direction totally. This is one of those times. While researching where and how to grow my favorite Christmas greens I came across a lot of information about holly. I use...
Gardening Resolutions 2018

Gardening Resolutions 2018

Gardening resolutions are easy to keep.   They are usually two-fold.    We have a goal in mind that can have another benefit to us by keeping it.    A resolution like planning to spend more time in the garden is good for the garden and the time spent there can add to...
Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice

Happy new year my garden friends!  Winter Solstice has passed not that long ago and the days are growing longer.  Soon the earth will wake from its winter slumber and burst into Spring.  But until then, it’s time to dream and plan of the garden to come. Cheers...