Pacific Northwest

March, 2004
Regional Report

In the Garden


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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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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