These long-lived plants are low-maintenance, drought-tolerant and weed-suppressing garden workhorses.
Reinvented with uncommon vision and hands-on labor, this Woodinville garden glows with warmth and beauty VIEW
Feng shui principles meet art, creativity and surprises in a garden of radiant energy.
Volunteers offer suggestions for searching high and wide, and then an easy way to add to the growing database.
Breathe new life into your spring garden by weaving in early-season perennials as a blooming backdrop
Contemporary Dutch garden designer Jacqueline van der Kloet promotes a brilliant bulb buddy system.
The Hyde Herbarium on the University of Washington campus is home to more than 24,000 plant specimens and plenty of history about plants and humans.
In the gardening dog days of summer, there’s no reason any plant should ‘sit’ or ‘stay’ past its prime
August is the perfect time to edit, adapt and enjoy.
You can’t go wrong picking your favorite summertime superbloom — as long as you don’t prune it!
The bountiful gardens at McMenamins Anderson School are a study in horticulture — and theme-park-level fun
Under the plantsmanship of Riz Reyes, lead caretaker and curator, there’s a garden for every mood (including ‘hungry’).
The new edition of ‘Gardening with Native Plants’ is a beautiful, essential resource just for our neck of the woods
The book, by Art Kruckeberg and Linda Chalker-Scott, is a glorious guide to integrating regional flora into our landscapes.
Flowers Sow Urban founder Agnes P. Cwalina cultivates a strong sense of community along with an entire city lot of blossoms, herbs and foliage
In the less-busy seasons, she teaches at local nurseries, offering classes on seed starting, growing a home cutting garden and holiday wreath-making.