The Seattle Satellite of this year's Chelsea Fringe celebrates the many ways in which garden-making intersects with art, literature, music, food and craft.
Lorene Edwards Forkner
Dianthus thrive in a sunny garden with well-drained soil. Once established, the plants are drought-tolerant. Mulching with gravel helps protect foliage.
Our world needs us to cultivate environmental caretakers. "Grow: A Family Guide to Plants and How to Grow Them" is an empowering and inspirational handbook.
Really thinking about the colors in your garden will help you appreciate your work. Recording colors can be a meditation, and a beautiful distraction.
To plant in multiples, first curtail your planting (and purchasing) impulses. Think of this planting strategy as an organizing framework, then layer in details.
By getting down in the dirt and harvesting a diversity of crops at the UW Farm, students learn about soils and nutrition, plus food system...
Magnolias can put on a season-spanning show that begins in earliest spring and continues well into summer. Here are varieties well-suited to the home landscape.
Artist Curtis Steiner’s personal garden in Seattle is an intimate green space layered with botanical novelties and exquisite details.
A new book, "Grow Now," presents a compelling case for the power of regenerative gardening to piece together and heal fractured ecosystems.
Tours are available for the Cass Turnbull Garden on Capitol Hill. The garden was built to honor Turnbull, who founded Plant Amnesty in 1987 and...