Chinese trumpet vines require some tough love. Too much water and fertilizer will encourage them to produce foliage but forsake blooming.
Local gardeners had a hard time cutting down their lists of 2015 favorites.
Fruit flies can be a real problem in the kitchen. The good news is, there are several simple solutions to trapping them.
And next week’s Natural Gardener is all about the plants that the experts like very much.
The golf-ball sized growths you see on roses are called moss galls. They’re created by a tiny wasp that lays her eggs in the stems...
Consider this statistic from a British insurance company: One in 12 pets has eaten poisonous plants or flowers, half of these became sick enough to...
The creators of these five delicious images win gift cards to Molbak’s Garden + Home.
An ornamental ginger called Zingiber mioga doesn’t produce an edible root but its flavorful flowers and shoots can be used in cooking.
Those from South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and Mediterranean climes finally looked at home in the Northwest.
There’s a little bit of Italy snugged up against the Sand Point Country Club golf course.