Vegetables, ornamentals, and a farmyard menagerie add up to a labor of love for a Pacific Northwest gardener.
Rip out your front lawn and replace it with fruits annd vegetables.
Gates, arbors, and steps are the transitional spaces between garden rooms, guiding visitors on a journey of discovery.
It’s the essence of summer itself, but the seeded watermelon is quietly becoming an endangered species.
Wildlife offers a lesson on the interconnectedness of nature.
A landlord and his tenant team up to save rainwater, money, and time.
Follow these design guidelines to get the most impact from container plantings.
Using native plants instead of the conventional choices livens up the garden.
How to start a community garden.
The ultimate in practical gardening—growing fruits, veggies, herbs, and edible flowers right outside the kitchen door.
Researching what you need will help make your dream of a greenhouse a reality.
Crops grow better in the deep, loose, fertile soil of raised beds.
Embrace the shade to create diverse and beautiful gardens.
Harness rain and put it to good use in your garden.
Follow the rule of thirds to create pleasing garden combinations
Introduce edible plants into your landscape.
Attract songbirds by planting bearberry.
Southern Revival
Planting in ways that mimic the complexity of nature encourages resilience--the ability of an ecosystem to remain productive despite disturbance.
A few simple tips to change the way you think about garden design.