The nonprofit gardening organization’s Open Gardens program shares gardens of all styles and sizes.
There are multiple ways to find locally grown, remarkably fresh blossoms, stems and foliage.
Richard Hartlage composes kaleidoscopic landscapes of bulbs — for Chihuly Garden and Glass, and his home
The Land Morphology principal creates splendid spring displays by planning the summer garden first.
A Seattle paralegal kept a rabbit’s foot fern growing in her office windowsill for more than 30 years
Working with the law of nature, recent retiree Cindy Clark faithfully watered her fern every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with a monthly boost of liquid...
16 horticulturists curate and care for approximately 23,000 square feet of plantings, including Rubi, the giant Ficus rubiginosa.
Here’s how to get a jump on the season by starting seed indoors.
Outdoor Living 2019: Charismatic colors blend with special spaces in a Windermere garden that nurtures gratitude VIEW
An allover landscape transformation welcomes guests, wildlife, pets and solitude.
The Backstory: Its resources, local gardening groups, public gardens, plant societies — plus the promise of spring — will make every gardener better.
How a group of genius (and generous) volunteer horticultural experts settles on each year’s Great Plant Picks
Nearly 1,000 plants carry the committee’s endorsement, and GPP has grown into one of the premier plant-education programs in the country.
Her new book, ‘Growing Berries and Fruit Trees in the Pacific Northwest,’ will lead you to sweet, sweet success.