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"Winter Hardy Herbs for the Pacific Northwest," by the Whistling Gardener

Outside my patio sliding door, in several pots on my south-facing, full sun deck, is a selection of herbs including parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. I know this probably sounds like a Simon and Garfunkel song, and for most of us, we simply can’t mention these four herbs without involuntarily breaking out into song.

Outside my patio sliding door, in several pots on my south-facing, full sun deck, is a selection of herbs including parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.

I know this probably sounds like a Simon and Garfunkel song, and for most of us, we simply can’t mention these four herbs without involuntarily breaking out into song.

"Mulch, Worms, and a Raffle Winner – It’s a Garden Club Meeting!" By Lila Johnson

Over half of the Garden Club membership gathered around their iPads and laptops to learn from January’s guest speaker Ladd Smith. Ladd, a co-founder of In Harmony Sustainable Landscape, Bothell, brought his fun sense of humor as he spoke about building our soil now for happier plants and easier Spring gardening. 

Over half of the Garden Club membership gathered around their iPads and laptops to learn from January’s guest speaker Ladd Smith.

Ladd, a co-founder of In Harmony Sustainable Landscape in Bothell, brought his fun sense of humor as he spoke about building our soil now for happier plants and easier Spring gardening. 

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