Oct 04, 2019
When striving to create a rich, multi-layered garden, adding a layer of bulbs is an enchanting finishing touch. They’re the ultimate garden accessory. Just as the right necklace can make an outfit, bulbs can round out an existing color scheme in your garden. ..
May 10, 2019
Don't blink. It goes fast this time of year. Especially when there's a spike in temps such as what we Portlanders are experiencing this week. ..
Mar 29, 2019
Flowers and fresh, unfurling foliage—there's a lot going on in the garden this time of year and it all happens so fast. I was on vacation for a few days this week and while I love to get away, it's always a bit bittersweet leaving my garden this time of year because I don't want to miss anything. Below is a very small sampling of what's blooming and starting to wake-up. ..
Mar 15, 2019
I love flowers as much as the next gardener—I find the riot of spring blooms pure delight. But I’m a greedy gardener and I want more! At home, and in most of my client gardens, space is at a premium so I try to select plants that will provide enjoyment for multiple seasons—and the larger the plant, the more I expect. ..
Mar 10, 2017
Ready for spring? Me too! I'm anxiously monitoring the fattening buds of my favorite spring bloomers as I take my daily garden strolls—between rain showers! ..
Aug 13, 2015
The bright, glossy, and resilient evergreen foliage of Acorus gramineus 'Ogon' makes a wonderful all-season edger in a variety of conditions but does best in afternoon shade with regular irrigation. Its golden
tones in combination with the vibrant and succulent yellow foliage of Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart' make for a stunningly vibrant pairing that shines especially bright in spring when the bleeding heart is adorned with pendulous drops of pink blooms.
Peeking in on the upper right corner is Impatiens omeiana; adding a harmonious
backbeat with its multi-tone green foliage. This dynamic trio will light up your shady border for months on end.
May 30, 2015
Here's a luscious spring planting combination for you to consider as you're deciding which plants to include in your garden. This scene was captured late May and features the blowsy blooms of the intersectional peony, Paeonia x 'Smith Opus' Misaka™ and the bronze foliage of the ninebark, Physocarpus opulifolius 'Mindia' COPPERTINA™. ..
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