Out of all the different types of vines that I have sold over the years, wisteria is by far the queen of them all. It is the personification of what people think of as a vine and when gardeners want a plant that will travel and cover some space, I always recommend wisteria.
One look at Lobo and you will turn to mush. If you don’t turn to mush, then your heart will melt. Either way, one of those two things will most definitely happen. But there’s only one possible outcome after actually meeting Lobo – true love.
This 13 year old German Shepherd/Husky mix is one-of-a-kind.
Whether your goal is to simplify your garden, “glam” up your patio, or create that perfect path to nowhere; attend the Mill Creek Garden Tour & Artisan Market and you’ll walk off with ideas to get you started on the journey to a fabulously livable garden.
As much as I would love to talk about reblooming hydrangeas and other wonderful blooming plants, the fact is that the weather is finally cooperating for us gardeners to get a bunch of chores done and I fully intend to work myself into a state of blissful exhaustion.
Over the years, I have had the pleasure of dozens of trips all over the world. Especially Europe. At one point, I travelled from Boston to Europe for a week every month. Let’s start with the plane ride.
Late April and early May in the northwest are high season for all kinds of lilacs. They are coming into full bloom and their heavenly fragrance is enough to put even this cantankerous gardener into a good mood.
There are a lot of things that make perfect sense economically. Likewise, there are a lot of things that don’t. I got to thinking about this earlier this week as I read about gasoline prices inching up.