Trees can provide generous shade during the hot summer months and will bring nature into your home.
Lush moss can look beautiful in your garden, but you might have to move it (and stick it) to the best spot.
There’s no longer any reason not to combine edibles and ornamentals — and plenty of great reasons to integrate vegetables into your overall planting scheme.
‘Paul’s Scarlet’ hawthorn trees produce deep-pink double flowers in the spring but can be bare by midsummer, victims of leaf blight. The good news is...
These 7 non-thirsty natives can help your garden get through the dry summer months.
Arisaemas (cobra lilies) look like something you’d expect to see in a sorcerer’s garden. There are many species available locally.
After eight years, Blue Willow Lavender Farm’s Linda Ketts is shutting her business.
With organic practices and changing out a few plants, you can create your own wild kingdom. Bees, hummingbirds and butterflies love the same plants we...
“Nature revitalizes you” is the driving concept behind the new green space at Seattle’s Veterans Affairs medical center, writes Nicole Brodeur.
The leaves and flowers are beautiful, but the plants can grow to taller than 6 feet. Pinching out top growth or cutting the canes back...