Jackie Roberts experiments with imported vegetable seeds to inform the menu of her Post Alley restaurant.
Valerie Easton is a former horticultural librarian who writes about gardens and houses and the people who make them ... when she isn't busy adding yet more plants to her garden on Whidbey Island. In two decades of writing her weekly garden column for Pacific NW magazine, she has never met a gardener who wasn’t eager to talk about weather.
Kat and Tim King of Land2c Landscape Architecture tame a slippery slope with flowing, private spaces and beautiful tableaux.
The back garden is back in business with lower-maintenance plants, a focal shed, and lots and lots of inspiration
Easy-care, pet-friendly outdoor spaces build on a family’s remodeled home, and its spectacular views.
A Maury Island hillside garden was a lot of work to create, and it’s a lot of work to tour | Northwest Living VIEW
Mary and Whit Carhart spent 16 years nurturing 2½ acres of spectacular gardens, combining plants and art in a dazzling — and exhausting — display.
Meandering gardens and a flock of sheep are part of the charm at this Whidbey Island farm | Northwest Living VIEW
The gardens at Wild Rose Farm above Penn Cove include pavers, pathways and millstones, and have been a labor of love for more than a...
A creative collaboration turns an outdated and overgrown garden into a private paradise in Madison Park.
Valerie Easton has decided it’s time to cultivate what really matters.
North Beach resident Connie Rodriguez’s narrow back garden turns into a simply sophisticated outdoor space.
This Mount Baker garden isn’t polished or perfect — but it’s clean-lined and simple | PNW Magazine VIEW
Vanessa and Peter Greaves’ green, white and gray garden reveals simple lines, hard work and an eye for wabi-sabi charm.