From apples to mulberries, dozens of varieties do well in Western Washington (especially with a good start).
Our native evergreen huckleberry brings dynamic color and oodles of fruit to your edible shade garden
You’ll marvel at the beauty, and the comically heavy fruit set, of these striking shrubs.
We need these beneficial buzzers, and they really need our help.
Grow-it-yourself gardening is not easy, but if you’re feeling ambitious, it’s a great way to take charge of your crops.
The Washington Park Arboretum has plenty of day-brightening inspiration, even this time of year, but witch hazels steal the show.
It’s catalog season! Follow these tips to make sure that come spring, you’re not planting any seeds of doubt.
Here’s how to sequester your rainwater runoff and reduce your ecological footprint.
How the Olmsted Brothers shaped our natural landscape into a system of interconnected, and enduring, public spaces VIEW
John Charles Olmsted, the primary visionary of the Seattle Park System, developed a master plan that connected existing and planned green spaces across the city.
Betsey Wittick of Bainbridge Vineyards shares guidelines for creating your own backyard vineyard.
There’s still work to be done this fall, from simply rolling up your hoses to a little scientific soil pH analysis.