Snowdrops: Yes Spring Is Coming

Finally we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, or should I say light in the sky for longer periods of time.    Many gardeners  say that winter is the best season.  I tend to agree but this year, I’m so done with it.   Left over plants from the garden show...

Under Cover Winter Veg

Picking out a clear plastic container out of my fridge that, having gone unnoticed, now contained liquefied salad greens I swore it could not continue... The beds have been cleaned out and waiting for this horrible winter to conclude but still it remains in the 30’s...

2017 Garden Show FAQ’s

We are about a week out since we were at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show so we want to take some time to share with you the most frequently asked questions we answered at the show. The item in this garden that we answered the most questions about was the bottle...

Indoor Gardening – January Beauty

Cold is still gripping the outside with frost that doesn’t melt off in the daytime and ice on the ponds, even the Koi pond!  Raking the debris from storm damage has broken my bamboo rake while the leaves and branches remain stuck to the ground.  Time to turn my...

Cold Weather With A Vengeance

Seems strange that winter technically started on December 21st.   It felt like winter before that but now it is really winter. Comparatively mild at 45-50 degrees before the solstice the temperatures have dropped and stayed cold. Very seldom do we get to see...

Winter Garden Tasks

Now that the dead trees are gone from the front of the driveway I need to put in new screening trees.  Having a large space to work with gives me the opportunity to finally get some of the large trees I’ve been wishing for. Large trees are best viewed from a distance....

Natural Christmas

I thought you might enjoy what I’ve been up to instead of blogging.   I love blogging but these past couple of weeks the effort required to get my clients set for the holiday season has made it hard to keep up with the blog. Each year I am love bringing the outside...

The Building Season

It has been warm still in the Pacific Northwest, last week still in the upper sixties and warm at night too. Two days of light frost had no effect on the garden except the tomatoes. Leaves are still on trees and things are not completely dormant yet. But Winter is...

2016 Gardener’s Wish List

Yep already it is that time of year.   Gardeners like me are still running out and working in the garden when we can.  We are planning for the spring, looking at seed catalogs, and wondering what changes we are going to make next year.  Help a gardener out this year...

Plants I Dig: Pumpkin Season!

My yearly pumpkin experiments have developed as my garden develops.   In previous gardens the pumpkins did not do that well.  I was lucky to get one or two medium sized pumpkins.  My current garden has much more space and a good place for the vines to rambling. ...

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