Think about having GaGa! Spruce up your pots or blank areas around the garden for the holidays. We can bring in decorations and beautiful natural elements to pop into your pots, make bouquets or table décor or doll up your entryways for the holidays. Here are a few exa...

As the summer draws to a close it is already time to start garden planning for next year! Spring bulbs need to be planted in the fall or more specifically once the soil temperature has cooled to 55F. In Seattle this is from October to early December. Think you can only...

A benefit of having a garden that I especially love in the winter is the birds it attracts. In order to keep them around all winter, I chose to take a light tough in my garden – and if allowed, in the gardens I work in. Leaving  perennials with seed heads up into mid-...

At the weekend, after a week of gardening – and in between gardening in our own yards, we love to visit local gardens (really, we do). Here are our GaGa top picks:

The Center for Urban Horticulture: a gem near University village. The landscaped gardens offer plants with...

Now the rainy season is finally coming to end here are some tips for a successful watering season. Read our July blog to understand why it's important, even in established gardens to have a watering plan. I know, it's not PC to talk about watering these days, but unles...

An essential part of having a successful garden is to understand the climate in your area. In Seattle, roughly half of the annual precipitation falls between Nov. and  Feb. in contrast --only 8% falls between June and August which provides Seattle with amongst the drie...

Have you decided to cut down on soda and drink more water but wish you could give your plain water a little pep? Maybe you could try infused waters. This can be as simple as muddling mint in your drinking water or adding slices of fruit and you can even grow your own i...

Do you have a pet that likes to graze and get into things it shouldn’t? If you do, you may want to look at what you have growing in your yard.

Toxicity of plants varies depending on the species of animal exposed, the species of plant eaten and the part of the plant and...

March 4th 9am-3pm NHS Spring Plant Sale. Center for Urban Horticulture, Seattle

            http://www.northwesthort.org/event/2016-spring-plant-sale-2-2/

March 12th 9am-3pm Seattle Tilth’s Edible Plant Sale Rainier...

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