One of the elements we like to include in our landscapes for our clients, "Year Around Interest".
We make sure, that when the summer blooms fade and the leaves fall, their outdoor space is still inviting.
Here in Western Oregon, USDA zone 8, we are fortunate to have a temperate climate.
Many Sasanqua Camellia varieties bloom from fall to early spring.
Trees and shrubs with colorful or peeling bark, make a winter garden interesting.
One of our favorites, Arbutus Unedo
"Compact Strawberry Bush".
This shrub is hardy to USDA zone 5 and provides neon purple berries in the fall!
have displays that last well beyond the first frost.
Tell us about your outdoor plants that look nice in the fall and winter!?!?
trick tip up our furry sleeves, that gives SO much joy in the dead of winter is outdoor lighting.
We will bark at you later on that subject. It's easier than you think!
Wyatt and Stanzie