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Plant of the Week- July 3

Plant of the Week- July 3

Plant of the Week- Currants & Gooseberries Currants and Gooseberries are all members of the genus Ribes. This large genus includes all the fruiting black, red, and white currants, gooseberries, and hybrids including Jostaberry, as well as many flowering ornamental...
Plant of the Week- June 25

Plant of the Week- June 25

Plant of the Week- Diospyros kaki Asian Persimmon The Asian persimmon is native to China, and has been in cultivation for more than 2000 years.  There are many varieties in commercial cultivation, but most of them are unsuitable for the Pacific Northwest due to their...
Plant of the Week- June 11

Plant of the Week- June 11

Plant of the Week- Oregon Box or Paxistima myrsinites Oregon box is one of the lesser know natives in Pacific Northwest nurseries. This low growing evergreen shrub can be found from Mexico into British Columbia and Alberta, east into the Rocky Mountains. Oregon box is...
Pest Alert

Pest Alert

Codling Moth Alert One of the consequences of this year’s unusually warm spring and early summer- pest issues are cropping up earlier than we’ve ever seen them. Most years, we watch our heat units and degree days to properly time a spray for codling moth,...
Plant of the Week- May 21

Plant of the Week- May 21

Plant of the Week- Styrax japonicus Late May and early June in the garden is a time of flowering abundance. Most woody plants have flowered by now, but the annuals and perennials are just starting up. There are a few trees that wait to flower until now, though. One of...

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