Ours is a land of plenty and ripe with potential. Ample rainfall (ahem), good soil and moderate temperatures grant a long and hospitable growing season. But we grow things a little differently in the Pacific Northwest. All gardening is local, and especially so if you happen to reside in a region embraced by mountains, bordered by salt water or run through by rivers.
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Author, speaker and avid gardener and cook Lorene Edwards Forkner is the author of five garden titles, including the best-selling Handmade Garden Projects and the newly released Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening: Pacific Northwest. She is passionate about West Coast gardens and the beautiful, fruitful and innovative landscapes of our region.
Forkner is editor of Pacific Horticulture magazine, a quarterly journal and website for West Coast gardeners that explores where gardening and horticulture intersect with real life, design and the environment.
Visit www.plantedathome.com for more information.