With demonstration gardens, special events, plant sales and free public workshops, these trained volunteers are gurus you can use.
Ciscoe Morris is well known in the Pacific Northwest. He appears regularly on TV and radio. His book, Ask Ciscoe, remains a best seller. When he is not speaking, writing or hosting an international garden tour, Ciscoe can be found at his Seattle home gardening alongside his pup, Izzy.
August is the perfect time to plant veggies that thrive in cooler temperatures: mustard greens, arugula, radishes, cilantro and more.
Test your beginner’s cluck by touring some supercool coops for backyard/barnyard inspiration.
Once you know the truth about these helpful eight-legged bug eaters, you’ll welcome them into your garden.
Spiky leaves and brilliantly colorful flowers make these perennials a favorite.
Vegetables, volunteerism and community grow together in our popular P-Patch gardens | In the Garden VIEW
The Seattle program is one of the oldest community-gardening programs in the country.
The new-dog trick is to plan ahead, and make changes before you bring Fido home.
Rain’s not going to sustain your lawn or garden this summer; here’s how to water like a pro | In the Garden
Ciscoe’s H2O 411 includes when, how much and how often your greenery needs a drink.
Whether native or imported, tiny or giant, woodland lilies’ flowers and berries are purely delightful
These nasty pests, which moved into Washington a decade ago, are much more damaging and harder to deal with, plus they have multiple generations per...