Find out more about rain gardens here (http://earthfix.kuow.org/water/article/if-bioswales-and-rain-gardens-are-so-great-why-are/) Just in time for the rainy season… learn what all the hubbub is about!
Seattle Public Utilities has opened up new stormwater districts, to encourage the installation of rain gardens and cisterns through the RainWise incentive. Please contact us if you would like us to take a look at your property and talk over options for collecting or retaining rainwater.
When I’m done with a garden clean-up I usually leave behind some little bouquet of foliage and twigs or a sprig of clipped herbs. And this one’s sultry vibrancy and autumn glow — too pretty not to share!
coral bark maple, elder berry & Japanese anemone
Bring us your toughest landscape dilemmas and we’ll talk you through your options. Steep bank? Clay soil? Difficult shade areas? Want to grow vegetables? Bring it on! Schedule a consultation with HAZEL during these last three months of 2012, for a discounted consultation rate.
We’ll start with a walk through, flip through some inspiring photos and drawings, then you’ll receive a list of recommended actions, suggested plants & materials, and sketches of several possible future design directions. This is the fun part! Fall is also the perfect time to start thinking about changes you’d like to make in next year’s garden… and even plant a few new things.
gabions (rock-filled metal cages) and squash vines