Pacific Northwest

March, 2004
Regional Report

In the Garden

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Orchestrating Color Throughout the Season

From early March when the forsythia first bursts into bloom, to around mid-October when the last anemone dies back, my garden is a constantly changing flower display. I've often been asked, "How do you manage to have a garden that is always full of...
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Resources

Recipes

Sticky Traps for Indoor Pests If you, and your plants, are bothered by the hordes of tiny, flying black gnats that hang around...

Favorite or New Plant

Witchhazel Witchhazel ( Hamamelis intermedia 'Allgold') is a true harbinger of spring with its bright...
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Regional Reminders

  • Cut Back Ornamental Grasses
  • Fertilize Outdoor Plants
  • Pot Up Summer-Flowering Bulbs
  • Transplant Trees and Shrubs
  • Install Floating Row Covers

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