Pacific Northwest

November, 2000
Regional Report

In the Garden

8

Autumn's Last Hurrah

Our first frost usually arrives in late November and transforms the garden overnight. Trees once decorated with red and yellow leaves will look naked, with only gray-brown branches poking skyward. The leaves seem to fall silently, almost in unison,...
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Resources

Favorite or New Plant

Five Spot A few years ago I rediscovered the annual flower known as five spot ( Nemophila maculata ), an...

Books

Growing Vegetables West of the Cascades: The Complete Guide to Natural Gardening Steve Solomon, who started Territorial Seed Company, has revamped his 1989 book Growing...
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Regional Reminders

  • Force Paperwhites
  • Rototill Fallow Beds
  • Chrysanthemum Care
  • Cedar Leaf Drop
  • Clean Garden Tools

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