A grafted plant known as ‘Ketchup ’n’ Fries’ produces tomatoes and potatoes. The plant, introduced last spring in England, will be available soon locally.
The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival runs April 1-30 every year. This year’s mild winter means the first tulip field was blooming March 19, the earliest in festival history, but there’s still plenty of color to see.
LONDON (AP) — One of the world's most popular weedkillers — and the most widely used kind in the U.S. — has been labeled a probable carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. The decision was made by IARC, the France-based cancer research arm of the World Health Organization, which considered the status...
Casual mixed bunches, gathered and plunked into a vase, are well suited to spring sensibilities.
Garden writer Ciscoe Morris says Chilean fire trees can be fussy to grow but offers several tips for success.
Jo Robinson’s Vashon Island garden mirrors the work featured in her 2013 New York Times best-seller “Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health.”
Daffodils return every year and spread about. Give them good drainage and a sunny spot, and more and more daffodils are yours for life.
Several shade-loving spring ephemerals are available at specialty nurseries and spring plant sales. Soldanella is a beauty you’ll be tempted to buy by the flat.
New York Times food reporters and editors share their ideas for improving kitchen storage and using up odds and ends.
In this era of nose-to-tail eating, by-catch seafood suppers and farmers markets, the discarded is becoming delicious.