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Northwest Regional Reports

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    Fragrant Foliage for the Northwest

    Gardeners who live in the Northwest region will find the weather affects what they do from day to day. When the weather is gloomy, gray, wet, and cold, we run…

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    Winter-Blooming Shrubs for the Northwest

    December brings some of the darkest and shortest days of the year. During this time, I often find myself trying to get out for a walk to enjoy the short-lived…

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    Northwest: January Garden To-Do List

    Now that the beginning of the year is here and the days are getting longer, you’ll probably want to start getting outside to tackle a few chores in the garden…

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    Reliable Performers for the Northwest

    As garden curator Irvin Etienne discusses in his article on reliable performers, we all want the newest, jazziest plants available, but a garden is not complete without a backbone of…

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    Explosive Late Fall Color in the Northwest

    Fall is a wonderful time of year in the Pacific Northwest. I really enjoy the slower pace in my garden and my clients’ gardens. My walks around the neighborhood and…

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    How to Overwinter Tender Perennials Outdoors in the Pacific Northwest

    Brr! A sense of urgency surrounds the weather forecast in the Northwest. October is over, with its subtle reminders and soft colors of apricot and red. Winter is on its…

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    Northwest December Garden To-Do List

    December is a great time of year to reflect on this season in the garden and the amazing challenges you have endured this year. Before the next season starts, make…

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    Northwest November Garden To-Do List

    November in the Northwest can often be a wet and windy affair. The rain can make it challenging to get out in the garden without some type of rain protection,…

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    Exciting Evergreens for the Northwest

    Evergreens are crucial to achieving varied texture and form, as well as the key to any successful four-season garden. Unfortunately, many gardeners would put a lot of evergreens in the…

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    Tips on Buying and Planting Trees and Shrubs in Fall for the Northwest

    I really like the changing of the seasons in the Northwest, and I especially enjoy October. The weather finally starts to cool down from the summer heat, and the refreshing…

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