How to Grow Citrus in the PNW

August 1st, 2020

Growing your own citrus can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Not only do you get a fruit producing tree, but you get intensely fragrant blossoms and a amazing patio plant for the warmer season that becomes a unique houseplant during winter season.

The most common method of growing citrus in PNW is a schedule of 3 seasons outdoors and winter inside in our climate. Citrus can be grown easily indoors to protect them from the PNW frost...Read More

How to Grow Perennial Hibiscus
'Hibiscus moscheutos'

July 17th, 2020

Written by: Anna Paolozzi, Green Goods Buyer

These tropical wonders, with their dinner-plate-sized blooms and tropical appearance, may seem like an impossibility in our perennial landscapes. The truth is, they’re really astonishingly easy to grow!

Here are a few tips to remember when growing perennial Hibiscus:

  • They love water during the growing season! Hibiscus moscheutos is one plant you do not have to worry about overwatering.... Read More