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FarWest – 2017

In a week holding the biggest blackout in recent memory, there are also a few highlights. One is FarWest – a landscape/horticulture trade show that once a year brings the best and the brightest to town. It’s a lot of … Continue reading

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Princely Pastures

My garden pal Evan – whom some of you might know as The Practical Plant Geek, if you follow his blog (which you should), organized a field trip for us bloggers to famed wholesale nursery Little Prince of Oregon, this … Continue reading

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All in a day’s work…

… a trip to Rare Plant Research. Okay, that was a slight exaggeration. We don’t do this kind of thing every day, but when we do, I really do love my job even more than I normally do. This is … Continue reading

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Field trip!!!

Today, two of my favorite merry prankstersĀ (William and Gina) and I, went on a field trip to a little gem of a nursery called Nowlens Bridge Perennials. William has been there many times before, and this time he was interviewing … Continue reading

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The plight of temptation, and the scourge of the Easter Bunny’s abundance …

I don’t smoke, and I usually do a reasonable job of staying sober, but there is no need for me to get all haughty about any particular virtues I might possess. I believe most people are addicted to something, and … Continue reading

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Rubus lineatus – not quite on the wild side…

Originally posted on The Creative Flux:
You can always tell the pot smokers from the non-users the first time they as new visitors walks up our driveway. At a particular point in this short journey, the hemp users invariably jump,…

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