Because these lovely little fliers become dependent on the nectar we provide, frozen (or empty) feeders can be dangerous in winter.
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 pups Fred and Ruby.
Beat the freeze so your spring- and early-summer-blooming plants can re-establish strong root systems.
Whether you prefer softneck or hardneck, the time to plant is now.
It takes some heavy-duty time and effort to grow a prizewinning pumpkin.
To improve next year’s production, sow a cover crop by mid-October.
Here’s how to ensure a welcome dose of color next spring.
Breeders are developing new plants that create big, beautiful contrast, and take up much less space.
From palm trees to Dinosaur Food, lots of spectacularly showy species are hardy enough for Northwest winters.
One of the nation’s best gardens, home to the world-famous Perennial Border, offers free admission and many free events.
Summertime is cutting time, especially for cherry, peach, nectarine and Japanese plum trees.