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A Year in a Pacific Northwest Chaparral Garden

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For stunning visual proof that life in a Pacific Northwest chaparral garden is far more than a summertime show take a walk with us through the year in photos.

The year commences with Iris 'George' blooming in the O'Byrne's chaparral garden. Photo: courtesy of Northwest Garden Nursery

Cyclamen coum Photo: courtesy of Northwest Garden Nursery

‘Thai Silk’ seedlings of California poppies and silver Brachyglottis greyi. Photo: courtesy of Northwest Garden Nursery

A constellation of Agave parryi, Triteleia ixioides 'Starlight', Eriogonum umbellatum, and Allium schubertii in May. Photo: courtesy of Northwest Garden Nursery

‘Thai Silk’ seedlings of California poppies continue their show into June along with penstemon, opuntia, and euphorbia. Photo: courtesy of Northwest Garden Nursery

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