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What: Rosa “Purple Splash” provides the garden with more than just its interesting wine-colored blooms, but also produces flowers that are veined and splashed with… Continue reading
The mid-1800s was the start of color in home decoration. Colored glass and ceramics were popular.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: A black-and-white design for colorful plates was sent to China…
This red-foliaged switch grass makes a good specimen but also creates a bold statement in a drift.
Seattle Home Show 2: The fall version of the oldest and largest home show in the nation is Oct. 6-8 at CenturyLink Field Event Center,… Continue reading
In this follow-up to a column on sunny borders, Steve Smith lists flowers to liven up a dark yard.
The heavier you trim a plant, the more likely it is to grow back profusely.
Big small talk: “Small is the New Big: 3 Big Rules (&4 small ones) for Designing Gardens” by Lorene Edwards Forkner, editor of Pacific Horticulture… Continue reading
Victorian furniture is generally selling for low prices for many reasons, but there are expections.
Let’s face it: Even in today’s society, the lawn is the man’s domain. It is literally his “turf” and, when left alone, he can spend… Continue reading
What: Araucaria araucana is a distinctive South American conifer commonly known as a monkey puzzle tree. It has widely spaced branches that extend horizontally from… Continue reading
Wildflower talk: Snohomish Garden Club meeting, 7 p.m. Sept. 11, Snohomish Senior Center, 506 Fourth St. Susie Egan will speak on her wildflower pilgrimage experience… Continue reading
Decorative screens were being used in rooms in China by the seventh century. But they were not used in Europe until the 1500s. It wasn’t… Continue reading