Here’s how to sequester your rainwater runoff and reduce your ecological footprint.
GROW is “a dose of garden inspiration and information” appearing each week in Pacific NW magazine, written by Lorene Edwards Forkner and Colin McCrate.
The natural artist from Ravenna still considers herself a beginning gardener, but her botanical compositions are blooming into big business.
How the Olmsted Brothers shaped our natural landscape into a system of interconnected, and enduring, public spaces VIEW
John Charles Olmsted, the primary visionary of the Seattle Park System, developed a master plan that connected existing and planned green spaces across the city.
Here’s how to plant bare-root bulbs for dramatic winter-brightening blossoms.
Betsey Wittick of Bainbridge Vineyards shares guidelines for creating your own backyard vineyard.
Keeping the water on your property lessens pollution and flooding, and helps reduce the burden on municipal utilities. And there will still be plenty of...
There’s still work to be done this fall, from simply rolling up your hoses to a little scientific soil pH analysis.
Large-flowered Star of Persia and tumbleweed onion add showy sparkle to your garden beds and borders.
Think of this amazing Allium like a daffodil bulb (but considerably more delicious): It requires exposure to cold temperatures to properly develop.
Filled with youthful energy and musical wildlife, the Urban Meadow Garden is growing into its lively vibe
The still-new entrance to Bellevue Botanical Garden beckons with ever-changing wilderness — and free admission.
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