Our sense of color is fickle, and that’s especially true in our gardens, which are always changing.
Tips for growing your own food, flora and fauna in our year-round climate.
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.
You might not feel like going out into that cold, damp garden, but if you do, here are some ways to make it more tolerable.
Searching for gifts for gardeners? Remind them of their passion for plants | The Natural Gardener VIEW
The best gift is something that will brighten spirits during our dark, dreary days.
Gardening on a budget can save money and frustration — and it’s the right thing to do | The Natural Gardener
There’s a lot of ways to save money in the garden. For starters, be sure to plant in harmony with nature.
Snow and freezing temperatures could arrive soon, which means gardeners have plenty of work to do.
Beyond the old favorites, there are plenty of beautiful bulbs to choose from | The Natural Gardener VIEW
The time is right to plant these unusual bulbs for added color in your garden.
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