Kate Bryant

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Thumbnail for - Know and Grow Portland Natives
Aug 4, 2013
Why plant PNW natives? Sure they're pretty, but they also offer invaluable habitat, a sense of place and connection with the surrounding environment
Thumbnail for - A Northwest Garden with Global Soul
Aug 1, 2013
Two devoted plant collectors gather a garden of exotics to complement their internationally influenced home.
Thumbnail for - Garden Inspiration from NYC's High Line
Aug 1, 2013
Capture the look of New York City's chic railway garden in your own yard.
Thumbnail for - Sabin's Bee-Friendly Frontyard Garden Tours 2013
Jul 30, 2013
No need to plan ahead - just print a map and head out with your phone for a guided tour of Sabin's bee-friendly front yard gardens
Thumbnail for - Rose Mallow: Hardy Hibiscus For Tropicalesque Portland Gardens
Jul 29, 2013
Bring on the tropical look in your garden - plant cold-hardy, yet exotic-looking rose mallow
Thumbnail for - A Must-Have, Dazzling Purple Perennial Salvia
Jul 23, 2013
Looking for that perfect, long-blooming perennial to tie your flower garden together? Try Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'.
Thumbnail for - The Plastic Problem: How to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Garden Plastics
Jul 18, 2013
What to do with all the plastic plant tags and pots leftover from your latest planting spree? Take these steps to reduce, reuse and recycle garden plastics
Thumbnail for - Things to Do In the Vegetable Garden: July
Jul 16, 2013
Mid-July through early August is the perfect time to sow certain greens, cole crops and root veggies for late fall, winter and early spring harvests
Thumbnail for - Hug a Tree for Hoyt Arboretum
Jul 16, 2013
Help Portland's Hoyt Arboretum break the Guinness Book of World Records' record for the number of people simultaneously hugging a tree!
Thumbnail for - It Isn't Easy Being a Bee
Jul 1, 2013
The largest known bee-poisoning in Oregon results in important publicity for a simmering problem for pollinators.
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