As the first fiddleheads of spring start to unfurl, ferns are again finding their place in the modern garden.
People born around the turn of the 21st century are digitally obsessed and socially charged — and they’re the fastest growing group of garden consumers in the country.
Easy care and environmental benefits drive requests for drought-tolerant material.
Sun-dappled perennials, grasses, shrubs and conifers make green spaces sparkle.
Landscapers are looking beyond conifers to these trees offering year-round foliage, flowers, drought tolerance and cold hardiness.
Experts from near and far recommend options for diversifying — and strengthening — the urban canopy.
Plant breeders, propagators and marketers: all perform crucial roles in the successful roll out of new plant varieties.
The trend toward drought-tolerant natives requires stewardship and a focus on form and function.
Oregon is a key player in the breeding and production of Acer rubrum, one of the country’s most successful shade trees.
Initiatives such as the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge
are spurring the movement to repair damaged ecosystems, one garden at a time.