Add a quiet space to your garden

Add a quiet space to your garden

Your landscape can play a number of roles in your life. It can be a place where your family relaxes, where you entertain friends. Perhaps you have meals together or enjoy sitting around a fire. We believe a landscape can also be a sanctuary or refuge. You need a quiet...
Take time for both darkness and light

Take time for both darkness and light

The dark days of late December often bring a flurry of festive occasions. Social times and traditions may bring light and joy to our lives. In the midst of our busy days, it is also worth honoring the shortest day and the return of the light. Both darkness and light...
Thank you!

Thank you!

Thank you to our clients! We greatly appreciate your business and thank you for trusting us with your landscapes. And we also thank you for being our partners in building a healthier planet one landscape at a time. Here is an Iroquois prayer of thanksgiving. We like...
Gardening with children

Gardening with children

In today’s online world, it can be tough to get your children away from their screens. Your garden is a great place to have fun with your kids. They get a chance to get dirty. And you get a chance to teach them about food, flowers, bugs and more. Activities...
Earth Day: ways to help the planet

Earth Day: ways to help the planet

Earth Day is Saturday, April 22. Many local organizations are sponsoring events in honor of the day. Take a few hours to engage, learn and work to keep our planet healthy for the long term. Here are a few events to consider. Join people around the world for the March...
New exhibit connects bonsai trees with their native habitats

New exhibit connects bonsai trees with their native habitats

A new exhibit at the Pacific Bonsai Museum makes a direct link between bonsai trees and their wild habitats. The Natives exhibit displays each tree in front of a portrait of its native domain. Each display also includes other plants from the same environment. The show...
Joys of the garden

Joys of the garden

It’s the end of summer. Time to just relax and enjoy your garden. Here are some photos and quotes to remind you of what gardens bring to our lives.           Share this...
Celebrating nature and the winter solstice

Celebrating nature and the winter solstice

The winter solstice has been celebrated in cultures around the world for thousands of years. The solstice marks the shortest, darkest day of the year. It also marks the rebirth of the sun, when days begin to grow longer. This year the winter solstice occurs in Seattle...
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