The elegant, flowing plants are easy to care for.
Ciscoe Morris is well known in the Pacific Northwest. He appears regularly on TV and radio. His book, Ask Ciscoe, remains a best seller. When he is not speaking, writing or hosting an international garden tour, Ciscoe can be found at his Seattle home gardening alongside his pups Fred and Ruby.
Building a rain garden is a creative way to keep pollution from flowing into Puget Sound | In the Garden
Rain gardens prevent polluted runoff from entering our waterways, and create habitat for birds and butterflies. The reduction in runoff decreases flooding and prevents erosion...
Your spuds might not be award-winners, but growing them will be fun for the whole family.
Here’s how to plant and care for the national flower of China.
Here’s how to rejuvenate that grass you’ve let turn brown every summer.
March is the ideal time to plant a pot (or plot) of delicious, nutritious greens.
How to grow (and save) Heucheras, popular with Northwest gardens and hummingbirds alike | In the Garden
Every year, there are more of these colorful, hummingbird-magnet hybrids.
Ciscoe Morris’ garden column moves to Pacific NW magazine; in his debut, he gives you the lowdown on the best new roses.
A lucky bamboo brings good fortune and prosperity for at least a year. Unless it dies, in which case, according to legend, the owner is...
Our warm fall means that garlic you planted in October might already be visible. No worries. It will be fine by this spring, but here...