Author and distinguished green thumb Nita-Jo Rountree gives us tips for rose gardening in Seattle.

Amy Pennington is an all-around talented lady: gardening guru, savvy speaker, talented writer (and a columnist here), and envy-inducing cook.

In a city full of foliage but limited garden space, Mollie Tarte believes house plants could be the solution.

While fashionistas are gripped by the famous running of the vapor-thin models in New York every fall, for local gardenistas there's Autumn Project Month, kicking off August 29th, at 

City People's (Madison Park, 2939 E Madison St.; 206.324.0737) really wants to help your garden grow.

Talk about a perfect summertime blend: a glorious garden setting and a cocktail-making class.

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Seattle gardens and yards tend to hit the dried-out doldrums in August, so it’s a good time to kick back with a glass of cool lemonade (garnished with homegrown mint, naturally) and think about how to refresh your approach to planting.

Mother’s Day is around the corner and unless you booked those brunch plans weeks ago, you’re likely on the hunt for a surefire way to show Mom some love this weekend. We’ve rounded up five ways to remind her how much we care.