The Land Institute might have a couple potential answers on the horizon: marketable perennial varieties of staple food crops, and a viable grain called Kernza.
The Land Morphology principal creates splendid spring displays by planning the summer garden first.
Many species can be kept under 30 feet with regular pruning, offering just enough structure, shade and shape.
Working with the law of nature, recent retiree Cindy Clark faithfully watered her fern every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with a monthly boost of liquid...
From apples to mulberries, dozens of varieties do well in Western Washington (especially with a good start).
You’ll marvel at the beauty, and the comically heavy fruit set, of these striking shrubs.
The Northwest Flower & Garden Festival runs Feb. 20-24 at the Washington State Convention Center.
An allover landscape transformation welcomes guests, wildlife, pets and solitude.
Most people flock to farmers markets in the summer, but, especially in Seattle, where we have several year-round farmers markets, wintertime outdoor shopping and dining...
Scheduled for completion in 2023, a lively ribbon of parks and growing spaces will unfurl along 26 blocks from Belltown to the stadiums.