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Our Favorites for Late Summer to Fall

Our Favorites for Late Summer to Fall

You can feel fall in the air, but don't worry, our gardens are far from slowing down. In fact, fall is one of the loveliest times in the Pacific Northwest garden, as foliage shows spectacular color, new flowers pop-up, and certain summer plants just keep right on performing until frost. Here are a few of our favorites for the late-summer-to-fall season.

Hardy Fuchsias for Summer and Fall Blooms

Hardy Fuchsias for Summer and Fall Blooms

One late summer stunner is the hardy Fuchsia. For those with mixed garden conditions - some sun, some shade, some of everything in between - hardy Fuchsias are excellent for providing a continual source of color from late June until the first frosts of late October and November.

9 Flowers Blooming Right Now (And Into Fall!)

9 Flowers Blooming Right Now (And Into Fall!)

It's August and what is needed is a little late-summer color to spruce up the garden, even better if the plants continue to bloom well into fall. Luckily, there are plenty of flowers that are in their prime right now and that will keep on blooming into fall or even until frost!

Meet Swansons' Container Design Team!

Meet Swansons' Container Design Team!

Our team of designers offers a breadth of expertise to help you make your living space an oasis. They create artisan containers and even offer in-home installation for larger projects! Check out their unique styles and learn more about each of our designers...

Planting Your Mid-Century Modern House

Planting Your Mid-Century Modern House

So, you’ve decided to move into a Mid-Century Modern living space? You love the clean lines, bright open spaces, the futuristic optimism, that color combo of warm pastels and earth tones... But what about the garden? What plants would fit into a Modern setting? 

Flowers to Enhance Your Vegetable Garden

Flowers to Enhance Your Vegetable Garden

Flowers add both beauty and functionality to your garden. They provide interesting colors, scents, and textures to the landscape and allow you to create beautiful homegrown bouquets all summer long.But flower power doesn’t stop there! Flowering plants attract pollinators and beneficial insects that help your fruits and vegetables develop robust harvests, and they increase the ecological biodiversity of your neighborhood.

The Four-Season Fragrance Garden: Spring & Summer

The Four-Season Fragrance Garden: Spring & Summer

We all know that roses and lilies smell amazing, but here is a collection of annuals, perennials, and shrubs you may not be as familiar with and which will bring unique and evocative fragrances to your garden throughout the year. 

7 Pacific Northwest Garden Trends For 2017

7 Pacific Northwest Garden Trends For 2017

We're ready for something new and exciting in the garden (and in our homes) this year! So we tracked down our experts, perused publications, and came up with a list of our 7 favorite trends for the new year.