Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Pacific Northwest

October, 2002
Regional Report

In the Garden

58

Plant a Rock Garden!

I?m convinced that the rocks on my property are socially active, with no conscience at all. They reproduce in broad daylight, in alarming numbers, as evidenced by the small stones appearing in the garden just hours after I?ve carefully removed every one...
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Resources

Books

Rock Garden Plants: A Color Encyclopedia Rock Garden Plants: A Color Encyclopedia by Baldassare Mineo (Timber Press, Portland, OR, 1999;...

Favorite or New Plant

Kalm St. John's Wort I found this relatively new little plant in a nursery last spring and have grown rather fond of...
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Regional Reminders

  • Harvest Winter Squash
  • Transplant Rhizomes and Store Corms
  • Brighten Up Beds with Mums
  • Have Your Soil Tested
  • Prepare Beds for Spring

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