Kate Bryant

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Thumbnail for - Upcoming: Nature Writing Class, Garden Tour, Plant Sale!
Jun 16, 2010
Three great events popped up on my radar this week – all look so good to me, I could eat them. First, this weekend: an Open House at Rare Plant Research – a chance to buy super-sexy succulents,...
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Jun 14, 2010
Some say ‘Roguchi,’ others say ‘Rooguchi’ – it all depends on how you translate the word from the Japanese. In any case, it is a lovely plant that deserves a place in any garden. It’s unfussy,...
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Jun 10, 2010
Kate Bryant explains that "cole crops," or leafy green plants like kale, collards, and cabbages, need to be planted early so that they may fortify their defenses against the cold in time for winter.
Thumbnail for - Planting for Pleasure
Jun 10, 2010
What a surprise — it’s raining torrentially again today! Instead of being out making gardens, I find myself inside the house, staring balefully out at the rain and cursing. A little while ago,...
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Jun 9, 2010
Interested in the many facets of urban farming? Tonight, June 9, at 6:30, Naomi Montacre from Naomi’s Organic Farm Supply, moderates a panel titled Urban Farming in Portland at Roots Organic...
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Plant a Summery Container
Jun 8, 2010
Planting a summery container is pretty easy: at its most basic, you pick your container, then add soil, plants and water. But as with most things that sound easy, there are a few fancy little...
Thumbnail for - Plant a Summery Container
Jun 8, 2010
Even estate gardeners at the Biltmore let themselves go a little bonkers sometimes. The plant is golden pineapple sage (Salvia elegans ‘Golden Delicious’), which often flowers until...
Thumbnail for - Wine and Roses – Seriously!
Jun 2, 2010
It’s been a couple of years since my last visit out to Heirloom Old Garden Roses. And there’s no better incentive to get me to do something than to mention that there will be wine so I might...
Thumbnail for - Several Great Reasons to Join the HPSO
May 28, 2010
The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon (HPSO) is a fantastic local horticultural organization that offers free open gardens to members (you get a book with addresses and dates), lectures, classes,...
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May 27, 2010
How to select your tree and celebrate Christmas in the most sustainable way possible. (Hint: avoid large farms and chain stores.)
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