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  • winterberries in Pacific Northwest

    Winterberry Is a Fall Gem for the Pacific Northwest Garden

    Fall brings out my desire to “bring the outdoors in.” Collecting berries, seedpods, and dried flowers is a passion I share with many gardeners. Using these to display in the…

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    GPOD on the Road: Bellevue Botanical Garden

    Friend of the GPOD Cherry Ong is taking us along today to visit Bellevue Botanical Garden in Bellevue, Washington. The flowers and glaucus leaves of Rudbeckia maxima (Zones 5–9) stand…

  • long garden bed with red and yellow flowers

    GPOD on the Road: Pike Place Market

    Cherry Ong recently visited Seattle's Pike Place Market, which is a famous farmers market; however, she was focused not on the fresh produce for sale, but on the beautiful plantings.…

  • close up of garden bed with yellow and pink flowers

    Five Years in a New Garden and Climate

    Joan Galloway is sharing the most recent phase of her gardening life with us today. I gardened for 30 years in British Columbia’s Pacific Northwest region near Vancouver. It is…

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    Melina’s Seattle Area Garden

    My name is Melina. Welcome to my Zone 8a garden in the Seattle area. It has been a few years since I have shared photos of my garden with you…

  • plants for small spaces

    4 Great Plants for Small Spaces in the Pacific Northwest

    I’ve been asked many times, “What’s a great plant for a small space?” As land becomes more expensive and first-time home buyers are starting out, there are lots of properties…

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    Garden Tour with Cherry

    Today, frequent GPOD contributor Cherry Ong is taking us along on a garden tour she was able to go on in June. The tour was part of a four-day plant-study…

  • Snowcone® Japanese snowbell

    Pollinator Plants for the Northwest

    Whether you have the space to create an expansive, pollinator-friendly landscape or just enough room to pot up a couple plants that are pollinator favorites, we can all do our…

  • european earwigs

    European Earwigs: How to ID Them, Spot Their Damage, and Protect Your Garden

    Summer is here! Vegetable gardens have yielded the first tomatoes of the season, perennial borders are overflowing with colorful blooms, fruit is ripening in the orchards, and rose bushes are…

  • summer perennials

    Peak-Season Perennials for Your Region

    While we would all ideally have gardens that look at their peak in every season, the reality is often far from that ideal. Very few of us have all the…