Sculptor Ron Klein and lifelong gardener Mary Fulnecky have cultivated a garden of charming collected details.
This sophisticated series of plants — many with little color, but a lot of texture — doesn’t require too much attention.
Pathways wind through flowers, fruit, vegetables and chickens in a couple’s purposefully nonlinear garden VIEW
This Three Tree Point garden is ahead of the curve with spaces for privacy, views and fun.
An interior designer and the owner of Queen Anne Gardens create a garden that reflects their careers and lives VIEW
This West Seattle couple brings a professional eye for design and detail to elegant, architectural plantings.
All the plants have stories to tell in this fun, graceful garden space, which was crafted with a lot of hard work and DIY spirit.
Renée and Carl Behnke mix color and textures in their fragrant ‘wild garden,’ highlighted by spectacular roses.
Ravenna Gardens owner Gillian Mathews curates a personal collection of plants and artwork designed to delight | Northwest Living VIEW
Compact and modern, her inspired View Ridge garden emphasizes outdoor living.
In her layered garden, blogger Tracie Fish adds flowers and plants that inspire whimsy.
Ana Kimball bought a country home to get away from it all, and transformed her wilderness garden.
This 5-acre property on Vashon Island is home to a winery, gardens, chickens, all sorts of family — and enough produce to feed them all | Northwest Living VIEW
Robin Pollard and her partner, Chris Camarda of Andrew Will Winery, plan and plant productive, colorful gardens where everything just flows.