The Northwest Horticultural Society celebrates its 50th birthday with a lecture on American garden history by English author and historian Andrea Wulf.
A couple’s time, energy and hard work have paid off with a wildly productive garden.
A beautiful, red laceleaf Japanese maple has developed a branch — with green leaves — growing upright. Ciscoe says to cut the upright branch, or...
Experts weigh in with the vegetables they liked best from this summer’s harvest.
Stunning mandevillas look great in summer gardens, but aren’t hardy enough to survive our winters outside. The tropical plants won’t survive once temperatures dip below...
The South Whidbey School Farm and Gardens program teaches kids how to grow their own good food.
Paul and Claire Grace’s half-acre garden produces enough fruits and vegetables that there’s always plenty for neighbors and the local food bank.
Plants known as holiday amaryllis are really hippeastrums and they are not hardy enough to survive outside in our cold, wet winters.
There are plenty to choose from. Your garden’s sun, shade and soil will determine which one is best.
A strong floral aroma is attracting people to Seattle’s Volunteer Park Conservatory.