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Why We Should Care Where Storm Water Goes.

June is usually the beginning of our “dry” season. But with record rainfall and cool temperatures throughout spring and now into June, our gardens are anything but dry. The greater concern now is what happens when all that storm water leaves your property.

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Growing Potatoes

Potatoes can be planted as soon as the ground can be worked in early spring, but you have to use good judgement. Potato plants will not begin to grow until the soil temperature has reached 45 degrees F. The soil should be evenly moist, but not wet or

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How To Choose Your Fruit Tree

Need some help making up your mind? · Which fruit? Grow what you like to eat! Our fruit trees are hardy and fit to grow in the greater Seattle area.

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Gardening in the Age of Coronavirus: The Makeovers

Our first big outing was to the West Seattle Nursery and our appointments, usually spaced two weeks apart, kept us on track with our gardening projects and also gave us something positive to look forward to. Thank you for that!

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