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|Protecting plants in Seattle’s winter wonderland||What? Snow in Seattle? Yes. It happens ... and when it does, you need to think about your plants.
|Transplanting roses for Mother’s Day||Give roses for Mother's Day. Learn some tips about transplanting roses to ensure your success.|
|How to grow rhododendron and azalea in NW Washington||Even though rhododendron is our state flower, they need some special care, especially when first planted. Here are a few hints to help you grow rhododendron and their close cousin, the azalea.|
|Companion Planting||Use companion planting to help thwart pests without using chemicals!|
|Planting tulip bulbs in a Pacific Northwest garden||It's almost Tulip-time! Tulips represent the beginning of Spring and are a wonderful addition to any Pacific Northwest garden. So let's talk about planting tulip bulbs.|
|Climate zones - USDA map vs Sunset map||Information about climate zones (USDA or Sunset mapping systems) is a helpful guide for growing plants here in Washington.|
|Compost soil vs woodchips||Do trees and other plants prefer compost soil or woodchips mulch? Science tells the "dirty truth".|