In the less-busy seasons, she teaches at local nurseries, offering classes on seed starting, growing a home cutting garden and holiday wreath-making.
If you’re pining for serenity, a free walk with the Friends of North Creek Forest group could bring natural relief.
The tour is so much more than just 9 great gardens: Since 1995, the organization has raised more than $400,000 in support of local nonprofits...
Buckwheat makes a particularly handy cover crop, because it grows quickly and performs well in hot weather.
From common camas to prickly pear cactus, our mountains, meadows, shorelines and deserts are where the wildflowers are.
This heat-loving herb hates our winters, but in spring, you can grow and harvest your own, pretty easily, from transplants.
The nonprofit gardening organization’s Open Gardens program shares gardens of all styles and sizes.
Azaleas, and other rhododendrons, aren’t easy to find in the wild here, but they are easily appreciated in local parks, botanical gardens and neighborhoods.
There are multiple ways to find locally grown, remarkably fresh blossoms, stems and foliage.
The Land Institute might have a couple potential answers on the horizon: marketable perennial varieties of staple food crops, and a viable grain called Kernza.