Even more than plants, simple lines and forms make for inviting, satisfying spaces.
Tips for growing your own food, flora and fauna in our year-round climate.
Anne Fleming and Don Fleming Jr. share personal memories of Paul H. Kirk, who designed their family home.
A Skagit Valley florist (and Instagram superstar) shares her flower-growing and -arranging tips | The Natural Gardener
Erin Benzakein's new book ‘Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest & Arrange Stunning Seasonal Blooms’ offers detailed instruction and colorful inspiration.
Best of the Northwest: After much debate, here are some of the 43 newest Great Plant Picks | The Natural Gardener VIEW
The Miller Garden adds to its list of nearly 1,000 plants that perform magnificently in our climate.
Yes; you can grow beautiful roses in the Northwest. Nita-Jo Rountree tells you how. | The Natural Gardener
Her new book, “Growing Roses in the Pacific Northwest,” offers tips for those of us who aren’t experts.
Our sense of color is fickle, and that’s especially true in our gardens, which are always changing.
Clippings: Historic Dunn Gardens hires a Seattle native to replace longtime curators | The Natural Gardener VIEW
Quill Teal-Sullivan, who grew up on Capitol Hill, will take over from influential designers Glenn Withey and Charles Price, who are stepping down after 20...
Gardening adapts for 2017 to reflect generational shifts, current research and climate concerns.
Bright bark and foliage for the garden can liven dark, dreary winter days | The Natural Gardener VIEW
Colors can provide comfort for winter gardeners.
Local gardens and parks are the perfect spots to take in flowers, fragrances and fresh air | The Natural Gardener
The Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Garden, the Joseph A. Witt Winter Garden and Olympic Sculpture Park offer wonderful winter getaways in the city.
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