Gardeners eager for spring’s arrival will rejoice when Plant Nerd Night returns for a 16th consecutive year.
Retailers are looking to build on last year’s strong sales by capitalizing on the key trends for 2017.
With the Pacific Northwest’s superb growing climate, fall is a great season to plant something.
Gardeners who use pesticides should take heed about the potential harm they could be doing to beneficial insects.
Fertilizers high in phosphorus have surprisingly little value for some Northwest gardens.
Brugmansia, Lantana and other not-so-winter-hardy plants offer gardeners seasonal interest, while spurring repeat buyer sales potential.
Retail garden centers, take note: edible landscaping is
one of the hot trends for 2016.
The Clematis collection amassed by Brewster Rogerson lives on,
thanks to the support of numerous volunteers and donors.
Despite a summer that shattered records for heat and lack of rain,
some plant varieties thrived.
Retailers can take advantage of the buzz that’s been building about the benefits of gardeners who provide habitat for honeybees, hummingbirds and butterflies.