We spent the summer and fall of last year moving from our beautiful but remote spot on Dabob Bay to Sunny, much more accessible Sequim. Deer (and Elk) fence and a greenhouse again!
As plants went dormant and backs grew weary we made a little escape from our beloved Pacific Northwest to explore the Sonora Desert (U.S. and Mexican portions).
Upon return we discover that winter is just now happening. As I write this we are still covered with close to two feet of snow! Even so, things are budding out in the greenhouse and who knows what is going on under that cover of white. Spring is coming-its just a matter of time-and lots to do while we wait.
Thanks to all you native plant lovers from King, Kitsap, Jefferson and now Clallam counties, for your continued support. Looking forward to seeing you again or newly meeting you.
New Year, new website. Mostly the same information.
This year we won't be doing the off site plant sales ie: Heronswood, RSBG, etc. but focusing more on making our beautiful yet remote nursery site a little more accessible. At the same time looking for a piece of property to set up permanent shop that is more functional and easy to find.