Gardening

How to Grow Roses in the Pacific Northwest

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

Nita-Jo Rountree believes we are all born loving roses. How else to explain their popularity for more than 5,000 years?…

Max Rose

Recipe of the Week: Flank Steak Salad with Rhubarb Vinaigrette

New book Salad Days by local author perfects the springtime salad

May yours be this pretty–or at least this tasty.

Chelsea Lin

Terraria Helps Plants Find a Home

Seattle floral designer amps up greenery with handmade designs at new pop-up shop

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

Carley Schmidt

In the Garden: Swansons Debuts its Flora Fashions for Fall

Swansons Nursery curates its fall flora line with Autumn Project Month

While fashionistas are gripped by the famous running of the vapor-thin models in New York every fall, for local gardenistas there’s Autumn…

Shannon O'Leary

City People’s Garden Give Away

City People’s (Madison Park, 2939 E Madison St.; 206.324.0737) really wants to help your garden grow. To win a $1,000…

Shannon O'Leary

In the Garden: Great Goods & Goings-On

Talk about a perfect summertime blend: a glorious garden setting and a cocktail-making class. This Thursday (7/17), 6-9 p.m., Swansons…

Shannon O'Leary

Pot Sale at Ravenna Gardens

!–paging_filter–pNow is a great time to spruce up your outdoor design. (Laboring now means less schlepping later when the sun…

Seattle Mag

Seattle Garden Trends: What’s In and What’s Out

Take outgrown habits to the compost heap and refresh your garden with a new approach.

Seattle gardens and yards tend to hit the dried-out doldrums in August, so it’s a good time to kick back…

Seattle Mag

Farmers Markets! Baked Goods! 5 Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day, Seattle Mag Style

Mother’s Day is around the corner and unless you booked those brunch plans weeks ago, you’re likely on the hunt…

Seattle Mag