Though native bees and other insects also serve as pollinators, honey bees provide most of the pollination for hundreds of our favorite food crops.
Beneficials come in many shapes and sizes and each help your garden in their own way, including controlling pests and pollinating plants.
Forcing is the process of hastening a plant to maturity, or of growing it to the flowering or fruiting stage out of its normal season.
Many butterflies are native to our region and one way to be able to best attract them is by planting natives.
Gardening with children can be one of the most rewarding experiences for both the child and their parents or mentors.
The optimal time to seed a lawn in the Pacific Northwest is between September 1st and October 15; but second best is between April 15th and June 15th.
We all know that great plants start with cultivating great soil. And the key to building soil tilth is to add organic matter.
A Rain Garden is a planted depression where run-off is directed to soak back into the soil naturally rather than run into storm drains.
Celebrate the season with the smell of conifers using Noble Fir and Incense Cedar and many others to create your own winter basket!