Pacific Northwest Month By Month Gardening

Author: Christina Pfeiffer
ISBN: 1591866669
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Chronologically organized, this guide is full of critical gardening when-to and how-to advice, along with illustrated step-by-step instructions.

Northwest Gardener S Handbook

Author: Pat Munts
Publisher: Cool Springs Press
ISBN: 1627885528
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Workman Publishing Company (2002) Ondra, Nancy J. and Saxon Holt. Grasses.
Storey Books (2002) Orr, Stephen. Tomorrow's Garden. Rodale Books (2011)
Prinzing, Debra and Mary Robson. Washington & Oregon Gardener's Guide.
Cool Springs Press (2004) Robson, Kathleen, Alice Richter and Marianne Filbert.
Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for Gardens and Landscapes. Timber
Press (2008) Robson, Mary. Month-By-Month Gardening In Washington &

Northwest Fruit Vegetable Gardening

Author: Katie Elzer-Peters
Publisher: Cool Springs Press
ISBN: 1610589661
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Plant, Grow, and Harvest the Best Edibles - Oregon, Washington, northern
California, British Columbia Katie Elzer-Peters ... Even if the time between
planting a cool-season plant such as broccoli, and a warm-season plant such as
a tomato, is only a month or two, Temperature and Gardening Biennial
VegetaBles Some plants defy neat categorizing—they. Peppers are an example
of a warm-season vegetable. those two months can make a big difference.
Challenges of Raised-Bed ...

The Gardeners Monthly And Horticulturist

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State of Iowa, Apples. Kansas State Board of Centennial Managers, Topeka,
Kansas, Apples. Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Wisconsin, Apples. W. W.
Gearheart, Burlington, Iowa, Apples. Minnesota Hort. Society, Minnesota, Apples.
David Leonard, Burlington, Iowa, Apples. State of Connecticut, Apples. Thos. J.
Beans, Moorestown, N. J., Cantaloupe Melons. Robert S. Thompson, Jamaica,
through the British Commission, Tropical Fruits. Seth Luelling, Milwaukee,
Oregon, ...

The Gardener S Monthly And Horticulturist

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Joseph E. Ledlock, Portland, Oregon, Collection of Prunes. State of Iowa, per Col.
G. Brackett, Wax Models of Fruit. P. Kieffer, Angora, Phila., Pa., Hybrid Pears. ...
John Saul, Washington, D. O, Pears. Iowa Hort. Society, Des Moines, Iowa, Pears
. Hon. Marshall P. Wilder, Boston, Mass., Pears. Fruit Growers' Association ...
State Pomological Society, Continuous exhibits of Fruit. Vol. XIX. Number 218.
SEASONABLE HINTS. The Spring season is 32 [January, THE GARDENER'S

Winter Gardening In The Maritime Northwest

Author: Binda Colebrook
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 1550925008
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And in the mild, forgiving climate of the maritime Pacific Northwest, it can be easier than you think. In Winter Gardening in the Maritime Northwest, Binda Colebrook provides a complete guide to cool season crops and how to raise them.

The Pacific Northwest Garden Tour

Author: Donald Olson
Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 1604696435
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The 60 Best Gardens to Visit in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia
Donald Olson. on a 62-acre parcel of land in ... The parcel included the northern
slope and top of Rocky Butte, a volcanic uplift with far-ranging views of the
Columbia River and the Washington Cascades. A national campaign ... A grotto
was hewn out of the basalt on the lower level to become an outdoor altar where
Mass could be said in the summer months (a tradition that continues today). The
upper gardens ...

Gardener S Monthly And Horticulturist

Author: Thomas Meehan
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To this Mr. Capps has appended the following note : " As regards to the
Alexander being a Cling, please notice what Mr. Barrett, of Hood River, Oregon,
says about the Hale'B Early being a Cling with him last year— the Alexander is
not a Cling with us, or at least a< ... Munson, of Falls Church, Va., of Oct. 18th,
writes: "I send by Express some peaches which have been sent to the
Washington Market for two or three years, under the name of Comet, from the
Eastern shore of Maryland.