" 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.
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"If only we had a longer growing season--sigh--our impatiens would all be one dense mat, right? Ha ha, the garden of eden must have been so sweet year round.
Next summer I am using viscaria for thrillers in the medium size pots especially if all my…"
"Thanks Lorraine. The "thrillers" in the urn planters are palm spikes. The coleus have gotten so big around them that you can hardly see them. When we get our first frost and the coleus and potato vines die, I take them out and…"