We were very pleased to be included in this edition of Seattle Met Magazine:
Expert Tips for Seattle Gardeners
21 local plant and landscape experts share their green-thumb and design secrets.
Published May 1, 2014
By Angela Cabotaje
Remember the Birds…
A birdbath or stone basin can be a much-needed focal point in a garden that attracts birds year-round. Be sure to site it near a path instead of in a flower bed for easy cleaning and refilling. —Pat Reh, garden designer and general manager, Northwest Botanicals, northwestbotanicals.com
Follow this link to see the all of the expert garden tips.
Our client wanted to turn his lack luster back yard into a place to relax and entertain.
This small West Seattle garden was dominated by a big leaf maple and moss and weeds.
With the addition of an outdoor rug and furniture, it will be a pleasant place to sit and entertain friends.
The back yard was just used for storage and to park the car.
Now it is a lush and colorful space.
The featureless back yard was uninviting.
Now the bark path beckons you into the tiny garden.
“Thank you again, Northwest Botanicals. I enjoyed working with you and am very pleased with the results.” – Craig
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