This sophisticated series of plants — many with little color, but a lot of texture — doesn’t require too much attention.
The Land Morphology principal creates splendid spring displays by planning the summer garden first.
Many species can be kept under 30 feet with regular pruning, offering just enough structure, shade and shape.
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...
This Three Tree Point garden is ahead of the curve with spaces for privacy, views and fun.
You can really see the forest through the trees at Seattle’s largest park, a prime site for natural history and plant-watching.
It's finally about to feel like spring around here.
16 horticulturists curate and care for approximately 23,000 square feet of plantings, including Rubi, the giant Ficus rubiginosa.
From apples to mulberries, dozens of varieties do well in Western Washington (especially with a good start).
You’ll marvel at the beauty, and the comically heavy fruit set, of these striking shrubs.