March 2009 Newlsetter has tips on how to include edibles in your landscaping.
Will Sell Plants for Food, the newsletter contained information on the wide variety of edible plants available at the nursery.
January 2009 We survived the flood and snow of one of the coldest, nastiest, wettest winters on record here in the Northwest. And no it is not a typo, we had two record floods 13 months apart, one in December 2007 and one in January 2009.
Fall is the Best Time for Planting Strike a Blow Against Global Warming Plant Your Own Eden Part 3 Doing More Good with Living Christmas Trees A Classy Christmas Gift Idea Choosing Fall Color and Winter Interest Plants Pruning Weeping Laceleaf Maples
Newsletter # 2 published Fall 2006 continued with these up and coming hits: Thank You Is This Plant Hardy? Pot Party! Bamboo is Invasive, Isn't It? Plant Your Own Eden, Part 2 Do My Plants Have Cooties? Like Visiting Nurseries? Try to Contain Yourself Update on Test Plants Useful Web Sites
Our first Newsletter, Published Spring 2005 included the following #1 hits: Thank You! To Water or Not to Water Those #@$!% Slugs Spring Cleaning for Evergreen Ferns and Hellebores Plant Your Own Eden You Can Special Order Hardy Plants With US Great Plant Picks Got Some Weird Bug or Disease? Avoid Guilt? Feel Noble! - (Help us to Recycle Pots) When is a Good time to Plant? Yechy Soil? Got You Down, Worried about your Plants Well-Being? Did You Know that we Test Plants? Useful Web Sites