* Introduction * History * Spring Tour * Other Seasons * Fruit and Vegetables * Herbs * Work * Family * Links * * Visiting the Garden * Design Elements * SPECIMENS * Companions * TIPS * GARDEN FURNITURE *

Selecated Web Links

American Rhododendron Society Tacoma ARS Chapter Seattle ARS Chapter Olympia ARS Chapter Cascade ARS Chapter Pilchuck ARS Chapter Tappanzee ARS Chapter Australian Rhododendron Society Azalea Society of America Finnish Rhododendron Club Rhododendron.Forenigen (Denmark) Société Bretonne du Rhododendron
Naomi Astarte
Gardens The Chase Garden Exbury Gardens Meerkerk Gardens Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew The Norwegian Arboretum Sources Greer Gardens Lake Tapps Nursery

A. M. Leonard Tools


What is autism?

Autism Society of America

Annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Garden for Children With Disabilities
Gardening and the Environment Sightline The Nature Conservancy  The Nature Conservancy of Washington
A Garden Can:

   *  provide green space in your neighborhood
   *  reduce recreation generated pollution
   *  enhance appreciation for living things
   *  reduce your use of motor vehicles
   *  teach children how to nurture life

                                                 But a Garden Can Also:

                                                 *  add pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers to local waters
                                                 *  consume inordinate amounts of water resources
                                                 *  encourage excessive use of power equipment
                                                 *  promote expansion of suburbia
                                                 *  destroy native ecosystems
© 2001 by John and Doreen Anderson