" I ordered 4 evergreen huckleberry plants from Raintree nursery in southwestern Washington in 2012 and planted them in acidic soil on the north side (more shady there) of my house. I hope to have some berries soon."
Welcome to Garden-Share! You might want to start by checking out the Grouppage for garden-related groups and topics you may be interested in (I see you've already started to do that - great!). Joining a few groups is a great way to meet other gardeners and get started on Garden-Share.
Then please participate! Groups are the best places to ask questions and share your knowledge about gardening.
Also, there are Videos to watch (how-to, humor), Blogs to read (informative, entertaining), Photos to look at (beautiful, unusual, inspiring), and new friends to meet. If you have more photos (or videos) of your plants or garden, please share them - I'd love to see more of your photos!
"Keryn, right now I'm waiting to see what survives the winter. I would like to transition to smaller plants (easier to handle). I have a lot of good caudiciform specimens. I would also try banzai on several different specimens…"
This is the view from my kitchen. Whilst the tree is in my other neighbours front garden, I get to enjoy this too! There are actually 2 Jacarandas side by side. This is the best time of year to see these gorgeous trees.