Author Archives: mulysa

Upcoming Course: Decoding Plants

Hi Friends, I’m excited to be teaching a plant course in September through Portland Underground Grad School. It’s called Decoding Plants: Seeing Urban Flora with New Eyes. If you’ve been wanting to learn plant identification or just sharpen your skills, join … Continue reading

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Plant Sale this Friday, July 1

Summer Plant and Seed Clearance Sale! Friday, July 1, 3-6 pm only. Limited quantities, 50% off regular prices. 5523 N. Detroit Ave. Portland OR, 97217. I’m clearing out my little nursery for the summer! Snap up some wonderful plants at … Continue reading

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Botanizing in the Siskiyous

Here are some images from a recent weekend trip to the Little Applegate Valley in Southern Oregon where the late spring waves of wildflowers and butterflies are aglow. I’ll be co-teaching a 6-day botany course there in May 2017. Stay … Continue reading

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Thank you!

Thanks to all who came to the Open House and Plant sale – it was lovely to see all of you! I have just a few tomato plants left, and a nice selection of fruit trees, berries, herbs and seeds. To shop … Continue reading

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Open House and Plant Sale – this Saturday

You are invited to the Resilience Design Open House this Saturday, April 23. 3 pm to 6 pm – 5523 N. Detroit Ave, Portland, OR 97217 Check out my gardens and little green house, see recent landscape plans by Resilience Design, sample … Continue reading

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Tomatoes 2016

Tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum) – Indeterminate unless noted. Lovingly and organically grown in Overlook Neighborhood, Portland, these sturdy tomato starts will thrive and offer one of the joys of the summer garden. There’s nothing else like a homegrown tomato! Plant once … Continue reading

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Spring Plant List

It’s planting time! No big plant sale this year, too busy designing gardens but I do have a wonderful selection of plants for sale: limited quantities of my favorite fruit trees, berry bushes, perennial edibles, herbs and seeds, all chosen … Continue reading

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Social Forestry 2016

  In late January I attended a week-long Social Forestry workshop with Siskiyou Permaculture at Wolf Gulch Farm in Southern Oregon. It was a rich course that covered so many aspects of learning to live in deeper relationship with our landscapes … Continue reading

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Happy 2016!

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Give a Resilience Design Gift Certificate

For the gardener in your life, or anyone who would like to spruce up their outdoor space or be more connected to nature right in their own yard: Gift certificates are available for landscape consultation, landscape design and for plants and seeds! … Continue reading

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