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CONTENTS
COVER STORY
PLANT LIFE
NOW & THEN
SUNDAY PUNCH
PREVIOUS ISSUES OF PACIFIC NW


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BARRY WONG / THE SEATTLE TIMES
ON THE COVER: Ben Hammontree and his boxer, Shipe, enter a private little jungle just by stepping out the apartment door. The fuchsia on the right is 'Orange Queen,' one of Ben's favorites because it has a leaf that's a little bigger than most fuchsias and it blooms all summer long.
COVER STORY

Outdoor Living 2003
Making it personal

STORIES BY VALERIE EASTON

Camano Island Soul
The eye of an artist rules this rural garden.

Laurelhurst Bold
Bold colors in your face in a city garden.

Ballard Obsession
Ben Hammontree believes all plants look good in pots.

Seward Park Quirky
A plant collector fills the garden with the rare and unusual.

Bainbridge Island Seduction
A brilliant collaboration creates shared whimsy.

SUNDAY PUNCH
Class Dismissed


NOW & THEN
Celluloid Garden
PLANT LIFE
Do It Your Way
Forget competitive gardening: The point is to enjoy.


PREVIOUS ISSUES
July 6, 2003
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Two journeys: From the trail of Discovery to the trial of denial, the Chinooks survive
June 29, 2003
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The energizer: With persistence and passion, Aubrey Davis leads the political way
June 22, 2003
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Taking the long view: Saving the 'green heartland' from Seattle to Vancouver

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