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Seattle city arborist Nolan Rundquist stands among a fairly new row of trees along South Eddy Street near Rainier Avenue South, an area Rundquist targeted for more trees.
By the way, Nolan Rundquist is emphatic that we call the slice of lawn/dirt between sidewalk and street a planting strip, not a parking strip. “I don’t want people to park on them, I want people to plant out there,” he says.
Houseplant tips; ground cover that attracts hummingbirds
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