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Follow these tips, plus the guidelines you’ve already read on that package, and you should do just fine.
If you have any interest in growing your own fruit, it’s prime time to pick up apples, plums, cherries and pears.
The gardening season starts in January in the Northwest. Daffodils and candytuft are already blooming.
An Icelandic forest ranger shares the benefits of tree hugging since we can’t hug each other right now.
Each year, your gift will decorate your loved one’s garden at a time when the days are dark and long.
Try to accomplish most of these chores, but don’t beat yourself up if you can’t get them all done.
We have a lot of chores to finish before Old Man Winter sets in, starting with fertilizing the lawn.
From changing seasons to planting spring bulbs without refrigeration, there’s a lot to love about the Northwest.
You just never know when that hard killing frost is going to hit. But if you aren’t ready for it, you might suffer serious losses.
There’s a dizzying variety of conifers that can grow in our region, but these four gems are guaranteed to dress up your yard.
It may be an addiction, but it’s the good kind that enriches your life.
Conifers are the framework of borders and beds in the wintertime, helping to articulate these gardening spaces.
It’s a tricky thing to do, however, because light conditions in our homes are different than the shadiest of gardens.
They were just coral-colored, but now you can get them in lime green, orange, purple and almost black.
Now is the perfect time to add tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, crocus and alliums to your garden.
Thanks to our hot and dry summer, a selection of plants are already starting to sport their autumn apparel.
He can’t help but find new treasures to plant each time he visits the nursery. Here are four he added recently.
Now is the time to improve your landscape, keep it healthy and save yourself work come springtime.
There is a surprising array of hardy herbs that we can grow in our northwest marine climate and not have to worry about replanting every… Continue reading
Although the fern is botanically very primitive, it is very well adapted to our martime climate.