There are more varieties available than ever — but do not plant that box!
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.
It’s time to thin your Japanese laceleaf maple tree — just don’t go crazy with the pruning shears | In the Garden
Allow the unique character of your tree to shine through by thinning it. Carefully.
How to keep your tropical houseplants happy and healthy through a chilly, dark winter | In the Garden
Cool temperatures, short days, low light and scarce humidity call for cold comfort for struggling plants.
It’s not the easiest process, but with a little effort, you can skip the compost and prolong the beauty of your holiday plant.
Your gardening friends will love these holiday tools and events — but maybe rethink the manure stocking-stuffer.
Choose your tree carefully — some of these beauties grow awfully big.
Timing is everything with these flowering succulents.
Now’s the best time to apply slow-release fertilizer — and to figure out just how much to use.
It takes a village of volunteers to create the brilliant Garden d’Lights Festival at Bellevue Botanical Garden | In the Garden
Many hands make lights work at this familar-but-always-changing holiday tradition.
THANKS TO OUR mild climate here in the Puget Sound Region, we can grow a larger variety of plants than almost anywhere else in the...