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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...

Tillandsia! Caring for your Air Plants!

Tillandsia! Caring for your Air Plants!

There is a lot to love about Tillandsia! Often commonly called air plants, they are the largest genus genus (around 650 species!) of evergreen, perennial flowering plants in the bromeliad (Bromeliaceae) family.   Native to the West Indies, Mexico, and much of...

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 Blue','Bakeri' , Fat Albert',...

2021 Holiday Market Vendors

2021 Holiday Market Vendors

15th Ct. Design Aliymai Studios Ammi's Art Angie's Angels Ave's Breads Bathena Body Shop, LLC Berho Bros. Boni Dutch Cascade Made/Refined Robin Claire's Essentials cOOkie mOnsterZ Desert Sparkle Designs Douglas Frierott Photography Fein Lavender Forest Whimsy Glenn...

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 to...

Hardy Hibiscus!

Hardy Hibiscus!

Get those tropical vibes in your landscape year after year with Hibiscus syriacus and Hibiscus moscheutos! Because fortunately, unlike their tender tropical cousins, both of these are hardy enough to easily withstand our PNW winters! And of course, the pollinators...

Watering Guide

Watering Guide

Watering 101 The amount of water a plant needs depends on many factors, including age and species, the time of year, weather and soil type. As a rule, newly planted trees & shrubs require more frequent water than older, more established trees & shrubs. During...

January Garden Tips

  • Plan for spring! Order garden and seed catalogs and order seeds!
  • Mulch over-wintered crops.
  • Complete any pruning on trees, perennials, and rose bushes that you have not yet gotten to.
  • Plant bare-root rose bushes, fruit trees, asparagus, and artichokes.
  • Take hard wood cuttings of deciduous trees and shrubs for propagating.
  • Avoid walking on frosty lawns.
  • Apply dormant spray on roses and peaches.
  • Force cuttings of early bloomers like forsythia, and flowering quince to remind yourself of the great things to come!

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