They live happily in pots pretty much forever, needing little care or attention. What could be easier to grow?
The fungus is common in cool, wet conditions and can spread easily if you don’t have a good plan to stop it.
A bonsai that was stolen from a Federal Way museum was found about 2 miles away, pruned and abandoned in bushes.
A bonsai tree worth between $2,000 and $3,000 was stolen early Monday from the Pacific Bonsai Museum in Federal Way. The museum is asking for the 60-year-old tree back, no questions asked.
Also, here are this summer’s garden-party dates and information on this year being designated “International Year of the Soil.”
Lilacs are sometimes slow to bloom, then when they do tend to grow so tall the blooms are out of reach. It’s important to prune annually.
New tips from a college professor, master gardener, vegetable-besotted photographer, an organic rose gardener and a weather expert.
Omphalodes cappadocica is a beautiful, evergreen ground cover that won’t suffocate neighboring plants.
Ready for the digital age, Erik’s Giant Vegetables Contest is back. We have seeds for sunflowers reaching 12 feet, corn to 16 feet.
This year, the emphasis seems to be on annuals with character (not just “color spots”) and fabulously patterned foliage plants to enliven our gardens.