Rain, Rain, Rain. Excess Rainwater and Design

Rainwater Design Elements Design elements that work with excess rainwater instead of against it. In the Pacific Northwest, it rains; everyone knows this. So far, 2017 is especially wet and dreary, and those few peaks of sunlight feel like a lifeline to warmer and brighter times. But before we all move on to flowers, long […]

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Garden Color in Winter and Spring

Amend your existing garden with color The most successful garden designs incorporate and make the best of their settings. Amending an existing design with garden color requires a healthy dose of sensitivity to existing conditions, an eye for plant health, and the ability to capitalize on inherent strong points and dominant features that are already in […]

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Hot off the truck for mid-February!

It is true that our focus over here on the Scholls Ferry side hasn’t exactly been on plants lately, with everything going on. In January, we did our inventory, performed a major revamp of our store processes, designed three garden room vignettes that are now under construction, and took some well-earned time off. This week, […]

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