Monthly Archives: October 2009

Autumn Decorations From The Garden

The deciduous trees are turning luscious shades of orange and burgundy now, the grape leaves and witch hazel leaves are spun gold, and so it is time to spruce up the front of your home with some easy autumn decoration … Continue reading

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Inexpensive Northwest Native Plants Now Available To Order

The Clark County Conservation District each year holds a Northwest Native plant sale. The way it works is you fill out their order form and mail it with a check to the Clark Conservation district, or you can drop off … Continue reading

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Morning Glory in Bloom!

My late-planted ‘Heavenly Blue’ morning glory are in bloom now, and look gorgeous climbing up a metal tuteur and a blue and white gate that I use in one of my vegetable beds. Every year, I have darker purple morning … Continue reading

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