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For a change in scenery, these three plants will add brilliant colors to your autumn yard.
Climate change in Washington is turning October in to a gardener’s favorite fall month.
They may look boring during the growing season, but they’ll burst with color come autumn and winter.
Don’t miss out: These autumn bloomers are only available in nurseries for a few weeks in the fall.
Now’s the best time to improve or replace your tired lawn.
Our winters are long and dark enough without having to look out onto a boring yard.
The evolution of garden expert Steve Smith’s Sunnyside Boulevard oasis.
They create drama in the garden like no other, before they meet their fate in the compost pile.
With some weeding, planting, feeding and pruning this month, the yard can look fresh again.
A gardener who continually plants is never depressed because they’re fulfilling their need to nuture.
Shade gardens can have a diverse mix of plants with a variety of color, texture and flowers.
Visit the garden center this month, to get a whiff of the sweet fragrance of summersweet.
You’ll see the best growth if you water deeply and infrequently for consistent moisture in the soil.
The Endless Summer series features rebloomers and the Seaside Serenade series has compact shrubs.
Here are some of Steve Smith’s favorite ferns to feature in his garden and add leafy interest.
If you want a hummingbird and butterfly magnet in your garden, try planting perennial lobelias.
This column takes a look at the differences between hybrid tea, floribunda and grandiflora roses.
This month’s gardener’s to-do list includes planting grass, pulling weeds and tending to roses.
Not only will they save you money on your water bill, they’ll also dress up your garden.
Three main species of dogwoods can be grown in our gardens: the Pacific, Eastern and Korean natives.