Photography by Noel Johnson.
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The entire Lewis River valley looks like one big garden. Most of the area is covered with greenery of one kind or another. Large stands of Douglas Fir trees grow on many of the hill sides. Vine Maple, Oak, Alder and other trees and shrubs provide for every shade of green possible. Wild flowers and ferns proliferate on the banks of the river and on the forest floor.

Commercial growers plant row after row of tree seedlings. In the spring Woodland Bottoms is ablaze with fields of blooming daffodils, tulips and lilies. Delicious strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, sweet corn and other produce is offered for sale in several locations.

Cool summers, mild winters, and plentiful water allow for residents to enjoy beautifully landscaped yards.

Rhododendrons, azaleas, roses, perennials, annuals, flowering trees and shrubs of all descriptions, thrive on the cool wet weather. Fruit and vegetable gardens do well, except for some of the hot weather varieties.

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Tsugawa Nursery
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Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens

Nancy and Noel's Riverside Garden

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