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Get Ready for Winter: November

As the main growing season ends, it’s time to do as much prep for next spring as possible. The more you can accomplish prior to...
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Perennial Care

A perennial is a plant that lives for more than two years. Most perennials bloom over the spring and summer, die back every fall and...
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Ornamental Grass Care

There are two options to consider when maintaining ornamental grasses: cut them back prior to new growth or remove dead blades in spring to allow...
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Tree and Shrub Planting & Transplanting

The most important thing to remember when thinking about planting and transplanting trees or shrubs is ‘right plant, right place.’ By this we mean that...
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Preparing for Fall: Late August

Summer may be wrapping up but there’s still plenty you can do before we return to months of rain. Here’s a few things you can...
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New Lawn Care

You’re the proud owner of a brand-new lawn. Congratulations! In the next few weeks with proper maintenance, the installation will be a success and the...
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Watering Your Garden

Watering your plants may seem unnecessary in a city known for its rain. While a good rain (one inch or more) is equivalent to one...
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Cedar Vs. Composite: Decking

In the Pacific Northwest, with our long summer days and mild temperatures, having an outdoor area in which to read or entertain is a gift....
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Evenings By the Outdoor Fire

Summer has drawn to a close here in the Pacific Northwest, but that does not mean we are ready to head indoors!  Living in a...
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7 Ways to Keep Weeds from Taking Over Your Garden

Along with the beautiful, long, and sunny days of summer, come a few less than welcome guests: weeds. Taking care of them can be a...
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