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If you haven’t finished your November gardening tasks, here’s a list of chores to do this month.
When decorating for the holidays, Steve Smith goes for the real deal. He lists some pros and cons.
Here’s a list of plants that compliment the seasonal shrubs you’ve just added to your yard.
What are they most thankful for? The pleasure they receive from spending time in their yards.
These plants will add much-needed color to the winter garden.
Gardening in the Northwest really is a year-round hobby. Check off this month’s chores.
Watch for gardening surprises: While many plants go to sleep this season, others are just waking up.
October can be a time of spectacular colors in your garden.
It helps to think of a growing blackberry vine when you’re about to cut back this blooming shrub.
Here are seven tips on how to plant bulbs now for beauty come spring.
Here are columnist Steve Smith’s suggestions for which tasks to do around the garden this month.
In this follow-up to a column on sunny borders, Steve Smith lists flowers to liven up a dark yard.
The heavier you trim a plant, the more likely it is to grow back profusely.
Let’s face it: Even in today’s society, the lawn is the man’s domain. It is literally his “turf” and, when left alone, he can spend… Continue reading
Fall has always been my favorite time of year, especially when I lived in California and the summers were so oppressive. While August can feel… Continue reading
As we move from late August into early September, it is not unusual to have our borders start to look a little tired. Part of… Continue reading
Believe it or not, it is time to start thinking about planting a fall vegetable garden. Cooler nights and shorter days are the triggers that… Continue reading
It’s been almost five decades since I had a college-level plant physiology class and studied the process of how plants move water through their vascular… Continue reading
At the bottom of every column I write is an invitation to send in your questions about gardening issues for which you would like answers.… Continue reading
the final lap of the summer gardening season, when all our hard work should come to a crescendo. August is… Continue reading