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It helps to remember this little ditty: “Hot heads and cold feet / Plant them early and plant them deep.”
Crabapples don’t have much of a following in the Northwest — yet. Extend the tree-blooming season with these varieties.
Breeders have varieties of rhododendrons in new colors that will never cover up the living room windows.
Before you prune your hydrangeas, figure out what kinds you have and where the flower buds are formed.
The Earth’s spirit comes alive this month — and gardeners find themselves surrounded by its beauty and glory.
Proven Winners has four color varieties of the bulb on the market: orange, peach, pink and scarlet.
Here’s what you need to know to build, plant and care for raised beds so that you can reap all the rewards.
It’s a made-up word for the feeling you get when it’s not yet March, but you’re itching to get back into the garden.
Just make sure you stay off the lawn and out of the garden beds until it melts, and enjoy the view.
These four plants add winter interest to our gardens to appease our senses — namely, sight and smell.
The lowdown on strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries — all of which grow great in our climate.
These winter hardy herbs not only add great flavor to recipes, they also have many health benefits.
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.