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Next Wednesday, January 24. UW botanical Gardens offers ‘Gardening with the Seasons: Winter” from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Center for Urban Horticulture. This $20 class will cover dormant season pruning, transplanting, weeding and planning for spring and summer.
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Planter boxes - we are helping folks get ready for spring! Fresh veggies and salads are close at hand.
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Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) is a bulbous perennial. The name “snowdrop” comes from the flowering resembling drops of snow. Snowdrops grow best in partial-sun with well-drained soils and are very low maintenance. They’re known as ones of the spring ‘ephemerals’ because the flowers bloom before all of the leaves on the tree appear and are gone until the following winter.
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Variegated bluestone is a perennial favorite. The natural beauty of the stone combined with our mason's precise work makes for a beautiful entry.
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Eat your greens for good health, good luck and prosperity in 2018! Lucky for us, kale is in season here in the Pacific Northwest from May thru February. This hearty vegetable can be planted any time from spring to fall, but matures best in cooler weather. Kale is great for the beginning gardener and grows great in containers.
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Though the holiday season has passed, we still have plenty of winter remaining. Embrace it and head to Leavenworth for their Bavarian Ice Fest going on the weekend of January 13th & 14th. The village will be full of twinkling lights, snow sculptures, games and fireworks.
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A new dog means a new fence!
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Wishing everyone peace during this holiday season. Enjoy your time off.
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Conner is the newest member of the Pacifica Landscapes Team! Connor is a NW native and graduated from the University of Washington with a BLA. He is particularly inspired by the Northwest landscape, native plants and ecology, and the way each expresses the nature of place in our urban environment.
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We love lights in steps. A little detail, but the louvres keep the light directed down to only where the feet go!
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