Posts Tagged ‘fragrance’

Versatile Container Plants for Spring

spring container garden

After being buried under snow for weeks, my Seattle garden is finally green again – with splashes of yellow, blue, pink, and white as spring-blooming perennials and shrubs wake up. It’s so exciting to see color! Inevitably a few things look worse for wear after the winter – especially some of my containers, but rather…

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Plants for Procrastinators

Have you been caught with areas of your garden not quite summer-ready? Not ready to commit to what you really want in that empty spot? Do you have shrubs that will eventually fill the space – but are still rather small? Don’t have the budget yet for that specimen tree you’ve got your eye on?…

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Big Ideas for Using Color in Small Spaces

So much color, so many ideas, so little time! That’s the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in a nutshell. Thank goodness for my camera because that’s how I can look back on special visual highlights to glean ideas for my own garden and share some of my favorites with you. In this post I’m focusing…

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Reduce your Water Bill with these PNW Survivors

How was your water bill this summer? $200? $300? Over $500? Was it higher than usual and worse than expected? While the cause could be anything from a leaky toilet to an inefficient washing machine, chances are your landscape may have been the main culprit. Whether you have an automatic irrigation system or hand water…

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