Helleborus x hybridus

Helleborus x hybridus

For elegant and unique, long-lasting blooms in the winter landscape, it’s all about Hellebore! Also known as Lenten rose, Snow Rose, and Easter Rose, Hellebores have become an early-blooming perennial favorite among many for good reason. This hardy evergreen perennial...
Conifer Spotlight! New Arrivals!

Conifer Spotlight! New Arrivals!

Considering a conifer? These beautiful landscape staples add year-round structure and color and life-long beauty and interest.  Our very knowledgeable tree guy John, has selected a few unique conifers that just arrived to share with you; • Pinus bungeana (Lacebark...
Living & Fresh Cut Holiday Trees 2021

Living & Fresh Cut Holiday Trees 2021

LIVING CHRISTMAS TREES Add more greenery and wildlife habitat to your landscape year-round, with a living Christmas tree! Here is a list of evergreen trees that we commonly carry that would work well; COLORADO SPRUCE, Picea pungens ‘Baby...
Camellias! Beautiful Cool-Weather Blooms!

Camellias! Beautiful Cool-Weather Blooms!

Camellias really are a beautiful choice for PNW yards and gardens and yards. Valued for their cold-weather blooms and glossy green foliage, camellias come in many shades and sizes, and can be used as small trees, shrubs, and can also make a colorful hedge or screen,...
Growing Garlic!

Growing Garlic!

WHEN TO PLANT   Garlic survives bitterly cold winters underground (or grows frost-hardy leaves where winters are mild to moderate), grows rapidly when the weather warms in spring, and bulbs in summer. In the North, plant 4-6 weeks before the ground freezes. This gives...
Planting Fall Bulbs

Planting Fall Bulbs

When do I plant my spring-flowering bulbs? It’s bulb-planting season! Now is the time top to be planting for spring-flowering bulbs! Fall-planting bulbs need to be planted in the ground, generally speaking, about 6 weeks prior to the first hard frost. It is best...