Looking like spring is finally arriving here in Minnesota which will bring on a long dormant cornucopia of color. The high pressure pumps seattle wa is one of my favorite places to visit. The delicate woodland spring ephemRead More
Stonpocket was just featured in a Houzz article on how to attract pollinators to your landscape. Click on the link below to read the article. Nice to see Houzz feature information on sustainability.
Many years ago on my way to Door County in Wisconsin quickly pulled the car over off of highway 57. My wife, girl friend at the time, ask what the world I was doing. ‘Look at all the Trillium! It’s incredible,’ I responded. There must have been thousand of Large Leaf Trillium iRead More
Walking the Northshore of Lake Superior I have encounter plants that look like a bowl of salad from it’s rosette of basal leaves. Heuchera richardsonii (Prairie Alumroot) is a tough native plant of not only Minnesota but ranges form Michigan down to Oklahoma and over to Montana. BeRead More
Every year Patone Color Institute selects a ‘Color of the Year’. 2019 color is Living Coral. Coming up with a few plant selections in Living Coral proved to be a little bit of a challenge, especially zone 4 or colder plants.
Creative inspiration that is indigenous to PANTONE 16Read More
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Every year Patone Color Institute selects a ‘Color of the Year’. 2018 color is Ultra Violet. The following are a few selections in bringing Ultra Violet into your landscape.
Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, says: ‘We are living in a time thaRead More
With Christmas less than two weeks away I was thinking what plants in the landscape really make the spirits bright. Winterberry or Ilex, is the hands down first to mind with its persistent red berries that hang on long after the fall leaf drop. Well at least they are perRead More