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Three main species of dogwoods can be grown in our gardens: the Pacific, Eastern and Korean natives.
Alderwood Garden Club: Cedar Valley Grange Hall, 20526 52nd Ave. W., Lynnwood;…
What: Rhododendron “Blue Danube” is a selection of evergreen azalea that becomes…
The combination phonograph-lamp, designed in about 1920, was made to be kept in the living room.
There’s no rush to get buying and digging — you have all summer long to do it.
Made in the unfamiliar style, the seats were carved, ebonized and have mother-of-pearl inlay.
Take your pick: Here is The Herald’s annual list of sales spanning April, May and June.
Steve Smith recommends planting these eye-popping plants to add interest this month.
The eye-catching flowers of gold-laced primula have been cherished for centuries.
Collectors look for figurals of monkeys, frogs, ducks, alligators and even a cowboy with lasso.
Here’s how gardeners can add food, shelter and water to their own yards to support pollinators.
Steve Smith is happiest when weeding, pruning, fertilizing, mulching and planting new plants.
Gold- and Blue-Star flags must be displayed according to strict guidelines.
It’s an elegant shrub that has been used in gardens for centuries.
Containers, smart design and savvy plant choices are the key to a small garden with big impact.
His lamps and more are highly prized today, but they fell out of favor shortly after his death.
Steve Smith has been gardening for most of his life — so he’s heard all sorts of wives’ tales.
What: Epimedium grandiflorum “Purple Prince” has striking dark red-purple flowers with white tipped spurs in the springtime. The leaves morph from green flushed with red… Continue reading