WSU Extension Rain Gardens Handbook

Katy Bigelow: A consulting arborist who works with those who live, work and design around trees.

Miss Snippy’s (Wendy) most favorite Seed Catalog




A program to help you manage wildlife around your home and property

Miller Botanical Gardens
The Elisabeth Carey Miller Botanical Garden is a private garden, with tours available by appointment only. To book a tour, please telephone (206) 362-8612. Alternatively, send an e-mail to We book tours
from voice mail and e-mail in the order in which they are received. As visitation is severely restricted, tours book up in a few hours.

Roadhouse Nursery
12511 Central Valley Rd. NW
Poulsbo, WA 98370-7016
Business hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:30-5:30
Sunday 10:00-5:00
February 1 through mid-November

Hortsense – Home gardener fact sheets for managing plant problems; common diseases and pests

Gardening In Western Washington
The WSU native plant guide for identifying, propagating and landscaping.

Great Plant Picks
Outstanding plants for the Pacific Northwest Garden with fact sheets about each plant.

Native Plant Resources for the Pacific Northwest
This interactive guide features a native plant selector, images of native plants, sample landscape plans, and printable plant lists.

Rainy Side Gardeners
Website dedicated to PNW gardeners. Contains a plant gallery, a growing guide, a calendar of upcoming events, even a pronunciation guide.

Valley Nursery, Poulsbo
One of our local favorites and a great supporter of the KGC

Another favorite local nursery and supporter

Garden Web Forums
The garden Web forums comprise the largest community of gardeners on the internet. Here you will find like minded people and friendly discussions on just about any gardening topic. Join the forum—it’s free—or just ‘lurk’ within the forum of your choice and read what others are saying.

Dragonfly Farms Nursery
Providing both plants and landscape installations

Northwest Perennial Alliance
In 1984, a small group of Seattle gardeners passionate about perennials and eager to share their knowledge with others formed the Northwest Perennial Alliance. Wonderful website!