I decided to write this blog after I got flipped off three times in the same day. You know I have strong pitta tendencies and sometimes that results in impatience on the road but in these cases I was truly miffed by the gestures directed my way.
Immerse yourself in the deep forest shade of the riparian zone next to North Creek at the Adopt A Stream Foundation’s Northwest Stream Center during August, Thursdays through Sunday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
At the end of every column the Whistling Gardener writes is an invitation for you to send in your questions about gardening issues about which you would like answers. Here are three common questions he receives every year.
The US creates a very large percentage of original content. I mean TV shows, films and the like. With the advent of hundreds of cable channels, subscription services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, we create a tremendous amount of demand for what the entire world wants to watch.
This is it folks, the final lap of the summer gardening season when all our hard work should come to a crescendo. August is high summer for us and perennials should be at the height of their glory, ornamental grasses in a state of perfection, roses resplendent with color and annuals still lush and inviting.
Living, as we do, on the shore of Puget Sound produces some very interesting sights. I guess most notable is the very large low tide/high tide variances. The low tide vs. high tide mark is several hundred yards wide.