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For one thing, contractors are very busy. They might not call you right back or get there on time.
In early fall, cloud-like starry white flowers blushed with pink and purple cover the plant.
The holiday formerly known as Allhallows Eve is behind Christmas, Fourth of July and Easter.
Fall into Focus: October’s Seattle Home Show is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 20 and 10 a.m. to 5 pm. Oct. 21 at the… Continue reading
Houseplants will most likely be the focus of many a Northwest gardener this fall and winter.
The fall color of this slow-growing shrub is a screaming scarlet red — a real standout in the garden.
For a change in scenery, these three plants will add brilliant colors to your autumn yard.
It has a flat top, one drawer with a human nose for a handle, and a resin foot for the base.
This spreading vine is quite the climber: It can grow to be 60 feet tall when mature.
Climate change in Washington is turning October in to a gardener’s favorite fall month.
Commonly called spreading willowleaf cotoneaster, this shrub needs plenty of room to grow.
Although commonly referred to as autumn crocus, Colchicums are not closely related to true crocus.
The Historic Everett Home Tour is Sept. 8 and features six homes built between 1909 and 1924.
Frikart’s aster has an extraordinarily long bloom period, from late July into early October.
The first rule of living small is getting rid of everything except the essentials.
What: A self-clinging and well-behaved vine, the Schizophragma hydrangeoides “Moonlight” is unique for the silver moonlight patterns on its leaves. Where: Japanese hydrangea vine, its… Continue reading
The 109th annual Snohomish County Dahlia Show happens this weekend in Everett.
They create drama in the garden like no other, before they meet their fate in the compost pile.
This strawberry-like spreading perennial will form a low, tight-knit groundcover over time.