Pacific Northwest

November, 2000
Regional Report

In the Garden


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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Favorite or New Plant

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


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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