Northwest Gardening

  March 2017

March Winds

As an early herald of spring, March usually blusters in with winds and cold temperatures, but then settles down at the end of the month into a bit warmer weather. The annual temptation is to start digging the soil and … Continue reading

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  February 2017

Looking Ahead to the Spring Season

In the middle of February we usually get a winter thaw: The cold lets up for a bit; the sun comes out a little brighter, and the hardy, over-wintering plants in the vegetable garden perk up, thinking of spring. After … Continue reading

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  January 2017

Moving East to West

Editor’s note: This is a new column, and the Watch welcomes Peter Heffelfinger, who will write monthly about gardening in the Pacific Northwest. Please feel free to submit questions and thoughts!!   Contact Peter at:   peterh.heffelfinger@gmail.com As a human transplant … Continue reading

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