Rare plants in a gracious Shoreline garden

Monday, April 30, 2012

Shoreline gardener and her exotic garden featured in Valerie Easton article in The Seattle Times

"So I wasn't expecting much besides a bunch of plants I didn't recognize when I visited Jeanette Kunnen's Shoreline garden. Instructors from Edmonds Community College bring their horticulture classes to Kunnen's garden for a veritable tour of global flora. Her Chilean fire bush is rumored to be the largest in the Seattle area. It's no small feat to cultivate this hummingbird magnet with its exotic bottlebrush flowers. 
"Despite Kunnen's decades-long pursuit of rare plants, she's never lost sight of creating a gracious garden."


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