Parrot Tulips & Berberis

Spring is peak season for Apricot Parrot Tulips. A showy favorite with feathered, multi-colored petals add depth and a grand dose of texture to any arrangement. Shown here, salmon-hued and welcoming yellow ...

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Lilac & Freesia

As far as seasons go, spring becons some of the year’s most fragrant blooms. We love this pollinator attracting mix of cheerful, easy to grow lilacs and sweet perfumed freesia. Paired here with arching ...

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Hellebores & Azalea

A glorious display of pink spring perfection, flowering crabapple branches and saucer-shaped flowers of early blooming hellebores pair with frilly Butterfly ranunculus to welcome the sunny days ahead. ...

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Fragrant Faves

As summer unfolds, gardens burst with vivid colors of pink, orange and apricot and fragrance of fruity tea and myrrh. Stop and smell the roses with our seasonal shrub favorites by David Austin Roses. Golden ...

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Dahlias & Rose Hips

As far as seasons go, fall is one of the most evocative. We love this mix of showy dahlias and zinnias artfully paired with branches of rose hips and gently arching Northern Sea Oats for an autumnal arrangement ...

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Dark + Dramatic

PALETTE PERFECTION Stunning colors and hearty foliage bring delight from spring through winter. Heuchera ‘Black Forest Cake’ Resembling its namesake, bright cherry-red flowers top smooth, ...

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Roses & Chokecherry

A delightful arrangement of mixed dahlias, including Dahlia ‘Crichton Honey’ pair with creamy Rose ‘Helga Piaget’. Lively pops of color are added with Zinnia ‘Aztec Sunset’ ...

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Zinnias & Cosmos

A blush-worthy arrangement of soft pinks and deep chocolate accents. Showy Dahlia ‘Cafe au Lait’ are a standout against against a late-season pairing of Spindle Tress branches and Amaranthus ...

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Larkspur & Clematis

A graceful, trailing array of blooms in magnificent purples imbue a sense of elegance and charm. Delightful Rose ‘Lavande’ paired with Larkspur ‘Earl Grey’, and violet Snapdragon ‘Potomac Lavender’ are mixed amongst an array of lovely, aromatic Apple Mint and budded Clematis—all gathered together in a delightful tonal centerpiece.

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Foxglove & Berries

This pretty honey-hued arrangement is summery perfection. From the striking creams of ‘Cherry Caramel’ Phlox to the defining layer of Dahlia ‘Crichton Honey’, peach is a true bouquet classic that pairs with summer’s bountiful blooms. Long-lasting and versatile, stems of Foxglove ‘Camelot Cream’ effortlessly complement stems of bronze and apricot-hued Snapdragon while stems of unripe Blackberry add a quintessential sunny weather feel!

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Garden Perennial Gems

From dark chocolatey foliage to stunning garnet-laced flowers, these perennials will add dramatic beauty to your garden. 

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Roald Dahl, soft orange-red buds open to medium-sized, cupped rosettes of perfect apricot coloring.

A Garden for the Seasons

A bit of planning needs to go into a rose garden, but the end result is a garden like no other—with characteristic long seasonal blooms and delightful fragrances that last into late summer and autumn.

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Gertrude Jekyll, for famed English gardener - pink with Old Rose fragrance.

Coming Up Roses

David Austin, winner of 25 Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal Awards, has spent 60 years breeding the world’s most lush, fragrant roses.

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Ranunculus & Tulips

There’s so many reasons to love spring blooming Ranunculus. The flowers look almost too perfect to be real. Their rose-like blossoms feature layer upon layer of tissue-thin petals in colors that range from cream and pale yellow to apricot, pink, orange, red and burgundy. Long-lasting and versatile, they tuck beautifully into bouquets. Paired here with lively tulips, delicate forget-me-nots, trailing Akrebia vine and “Amber Jubilee“ Ninebark branched — all in a luscious apricot pallette!

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To design a modern yard to complement a traditional home, a Seattle landscape is created with elements that combine the homeowner’s Virginia childhood with plants native to the Northwest.

Shadow Study

Cambium creates a Seattle landscape with elements that combine the homeowner’s Virginia childhood with native Northwest plants. 


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Lauren Hall-Behrens’ garden in Northeast Portland fuses modern industrial elements with a tropical vibe to create a lush retreat from urban life. Strong vertical lines, a more than eight-foot-tall arbor, and plants with significant height create a screening effect from neighbors while linking the garden to the Hall-Behrens’ tall home.

Tropical Delight

Portland garden designer Lauren Hall-Behrens transforms her own garden from a disorganized jumble of fruit trees into a serene paradise filled with hardy Asian tropicals and bold sculptural walls.

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When landscape architect Larry Cavender began work on this garden, he had two main charges: create a handsome entry from the front of the house and its motor court into the lower garden, and restore the compacted soil to something that would actually grow a plant. All of this has been accomplished, plus framing Lake Oswego views with inventive plantings and paving.

Laurels For The Land

Landscape architect Larry Cavender transforms a worn down lakeside property in Lake Oswego into old-world elegance with lovely framed views of the lake, inventive plantings and timeless paving.

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Eye-catching orange and chocolate tones highlight a bouquet of copper beech, black elderberry, ranunculus, sweet peas, grasses, mallow, nine bark, bronze fennel and snowberry foliage.

Flowers in the Fields

Floral designer Erin Benzakein’s initial passion to grow sweet peas grew into Floret Flower Farm in Washington’s Skagit Valley.

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Dark espresso colored stucco outlines the raised 14’x 36’ pool that spans the Brennekes back yard. Putting together the pre-cast pool pieces to create squared off corners took great mathematical precision, says landscape architect Craig Kiest. Lisa plants the colorful seasonal flowers for the pool’s corner pots, as well as the heirloom roses in the bed at left, grown from seed in St. Paul, Oregon.

Portland Parterre

In 2004, Tom and Lisa Brenneke undertook a major renovation of their 1909 Italian style Portland Heights home and gardens, a stately stucco villa within walking distance of their two businesses.

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Using an easy-care palette of plants selected for texture, Michael was also able to direct guest traffic around the exterior spaces, linking decks, porches, and arbors to lure visitors from one area to another.

An Entertaining Endeavor

When a Vancouver, Washington family buys an adjacent lot to enlarge their home, their garden expands too and the garden’s original landscape designer, Michael Schultz, returns with a new vision.

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