Andy Bronson / The Herald A Crinodendron hookerianum (Chilean lantern tree) is potted, at the home of John and Kathleen Neal, because it is marginally hardy and pulled into a greenhouse when temperatures dip into the 20’s.
                                Andy Bronson / The Herald A Crinodendron hookerianum (Chilean lantern tree) is potted, at the home of John and Kathleen Neal, because it is marginally hardy and pulled into a greenhouse when temperatures dip into the 20’s.

Andy Bronson / The Herald A Crinodendron hookerianum (Chilean lantern tree) is potted, at the home of John and Kathleen Neal, because it is marginally hardy and pulled into a greenhouse when temperatures dip into the 20’s. Andy Bronson / The Herald A Crinodendron hookerianum (Chilean lantern tree) is potted, at the home of John and Kathleen Neal, because it is marginally hardy and pulled into a greenhouse when temperatures dip into the 20’s.

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                                A garden shed at the home of John and Kathleen Neal on Friday, May. 20, 2016 in Montlake Terrace, Wa. The Neals are members with Northwest Perennial Alliance, which allow members to tour their garden. Shed built in 2012, built by Dan of Lacey (I’ll get you his company name.. he should have credit), and enhanced by John. The man side, has double ‘garage’ doors for John’s small tractor and riding mower. The porch side is the cute ‘she’ side. The railing and posts were created from recycled materials.

Andy Bronson / The Herald A garden shed at the home of John and Kathleen Neal on Friday, May. 20, 2016 in Montlake Terrace, Wa. The Neals are members with Northwest Perennial Alliance, which allow members to tour their garden. Shed built in 2012, built by Dan of Lacey (I’ll get you his company name.. he should have credit), and enhanced by John. The man side, has double ‘garage’ doors for John’s small tractor and riding mower. The porch side is the cute ‘she’ side. The railing and posts were created from recycled materials.