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Northwest Regional Reports

  • Northwest Regional Reports

    Catmints for the Northwest

    I really enjoy it when mid to late summer rolls around in the Pacific Northwest. We transition from the typical “Juneuary” weather of cooler temperatures and rain to summer’s sunshine…

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    Regional Picks: Tough Plants—Northwest

    See regional picks for tough pretty plants, and read the article by Julie Lane Gray for even more ideas. "It’s important to define first what I mean by a “tough”…

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    Northwest August Garden To-Do List

    It is often said that the best weather in the Pacific Northwest is from August into October. Typically, this is the driest and the warmest time in our area. In…

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    Small Understory Maples for the Northwest

    City gardens are often smaller and have less space for larger specimen trees. These gardens also have more design constraints, such as lower-light conditions, less availability of space between buildings,…

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    Northwest July Garden To-Do List

    July is when temperatures finally start to get warm in the Pacific Northwest. It’s also when the air starts to become much drier and have less overall humidity, except when…

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    Northwest June Garden To-Do List

    June in the Pacific Northwest is a wonderful time to garden. This time of year, the weather is changing quickly from spring’s short and cool days to summer’s pleasant days…

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    Evergreen Ferns for the Northwest

    May in the Pacific Northwest has been quite amazing this year. The weather has been mild and drier than normal, and gardens have put on enormous growth. In late spring…

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    Regional Picks: Variegated Plants for Shade—Northwest

    1. ‘Angyo Star’ Tree Ivy Name: Fatshedera lizei ‘Angyo Star’ Zones: 7–10 Size: 5 to 6 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide Conditions: Partial to full shade; average…

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    Tips for the Best Spring Ephemeral Displays

    Late April is a great time for enjoying the last spring ephemerals and early-blooming spring shrubs in the garden. This time of year, the energy of the garden of imminent…

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    Northwest May Garden To-Do List

    Now that May’s warmer weather is upon us, it’s time to think about the coming warm weather of late spring and summer in the Pacific Northwest. I suspect this year…

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