Chaenomeles x superba “Hollandia” is a hybrid of Chaenomeles japonica and Chaenomeles speciosa. Read all about flowering quince here.
I didn’t plan it that way, but due to my love of evergreens and the climate in Seattle, my garden has evolved in a sort of woodland style. I’ll try almost any broad leaf evergreen you can think of. If … Continue reading →
I recently found myself in Skyway on a hot day with an hour to kill. As I started driving towards Renton in hope of finding a diversion, what should I see by the side of the road but Minter’s Earlington … Continue reading →
Enkianthus campanulata “Red Bells” is an elegant choice for the Pacific Northwest garden. Although a garden needs to have some evergreens around in the winter, deciduous shrubs and trees are an important part of the magic as well. One of … Continue reading →