There’s nothing quite like looking out of the window over a deep green, well-trimmed lawn. Summer is everyone's favorite time to show off their lawn care skills, check out our tips and tricks to give your lawn the "edge" over the competition.
Grass. The cornerstone of every great yard, garden, or landscape design. Is it any surprise that most homeowners want to know everything there is to know about growing great grass? We've got you covered.
Lawn diseases and fungi can be discouraging- it's often unclear how it started, but the evidence is undeniable. Fortunately, most lawn diseases are easier to treat than you may think. In this article, we'll take a look at the 7 most common causes of lawn disease, as well as how to identify and treat them.
When it comes to selecting blooms for landscaping, perennials are often the best option. Here are our top 5 picks for plants that come back bigger and more beautiful each and every year.
Want to tidy up your property for free, with no hauling or transportation? All of that and more can be done easily and inexpensively with a compost pile- plus, you’ll be generating nutrient-rich soil to keep your gardens, pots and raised beds healthy.
Cement sculptures and brand new everything is great, but if you’re feeling eco-friendly or looking to bring a little extra nature into your outdoor retreat, consider incorporating some of these gorgeous recycled materials into your next project.
Have you ever flipped through a gardening catalogue and wondered if a hybrid or heirloom label made a difference? It depends! Today we spend some time talking about the similarities, differences and interesting facts about hybrid, heirloom and open pollinated plants.
One of the most important parts of maintaining a healthy garden or landscape is regular pruning. While it might feel counter-intuitive, pruning helps maintain the health of your plants, supports pollinators and encourages a plentiful harvest.
Are you serious about the quality of your seeds and bulbs? In This episode of our Local Spotlight, we're raving about our favorite seed and bulb companies growing and selling right here in the Pacific Northwest
Fall is the time to slow down, take stock and get ready for a cozy winter and vibrant spring next year. We’ve put together a handy checklist to get you started.