A garden journal can help you keep track of when things happen in the garden and which plants you like best, and plan for longer-term...
GROW is “a dose of garden inspiration and information” appearing each week in Pacific NW magazine, written by Lorene Edwards Forkner and Colin McCrate.
Hannah Morgan of Fortunate Orchard offers a fresh new take on garden-grown holiday decor.
The best thing about embracing a plant like purslane is that you don’t have to worry about seeding, watering or fussing about it.
With a fall application, your soil should be at the right level by the beginning of next season.
The New Burke Museum landscape cultivates relationships with native people, native plants and the cultural history of the land
With the exception of small native sedums, all of the approximately 75,000 plants Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center produced for the project were grown from...
It’s the end of the vegetable-growing season, but nowhere near the end of your vegetables.
This treasure trove grove of trees is ranked among the top 3 in the nation.
Once you dig into the mystery, you’ll realize how fun and easy (and beautiful) these fascinating tubers can be.
These long-lived plants are low-maintenance, drought-tolerant and weed-suppressing garden workhorses.
Volunteers offer suggestions for searching high and wide, and then an easy way to add to the growing database.
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