Fall is for Planting!

Plant Fall Bulbs for Spring Color A colorful spring garden of tulips and daffodils requires planning and planting in October and November. Our spring bulbs are arriving now and are available to purchase in the Garden Store where our selection will be at its very best in October and November. Bulbs can be planted in…

Harvest Veggies Year Round!

Harvest veggies year round! Now that days are getting shorter again, it is time to prep and plant your veggies for fall, winter, and overwintering harvest. In our mild climate (even with a winter like last year!) if you plant in August, you can enjoy your own homegrown veggies in October through early next spring.…

A Sure Sign of Spring – Geraniums

Geraniums are here, which signals warm weather plants are starting to arrive in earnest. It’s still too early to put them outside, though. Go by the weather, not the calendar, and be sure to wait until the evening temperatures are 50 degrees or so.  Geraniums, or more specifically pelargoniums, deliver the Big Color in sunny…

Welcoming the Annual Season

  The spring peepers are singing, the robins are here. It can only mean one thing – our lovely Pacific Northwest spring is here! With it comes the arrival of the irresistible Pansies and Primroses, announcing the start of the Annual season. Our lowest priced annuals, as well as our most versatile and reliable in…

Camellias

Camellia sasanqua ‘Pink-A-Boo’  If you have been looking for a perfect shrub for your garden, look no farther than the Camellia. These hardy, low maintenance, evergreen shrubs look wonderful on their own or when paired with a companion plant to help create strikingly beautiful combinations in the garden. The several basic types of Camellias are:…