Pink Japanese Barberry.

This Zone 4 shrub does very well here in Whatcom county. It puts out new growth as mottled red and pink, the matures to reddish-purple. A very showy variety.

Chaste Tree

This beautiful garden tree shows large terminal clusters of fragrant lilac-colored blooms, backed by aromatic gray-green foliage.

SALVIA commonly known as ‘SAGE’ is a large group of plants which include annuals, biennials, perennials and shrubs. The largest genus of mint family, Salvias are a gardener’s favorite.


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Yes! I’ll bring Eliza to pick one out. She would love it

What’s the care like on these? I unfortunately have a very black thumb so houseplants don’t do well with me 🙈

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