Repeat-blooming hydrangeas and hardy, more colorful echinaceas are just two examples of market-tested plants that found renewed life through varietal improvement.
Growers and landscapers stand to gain when community members create edible-friendly green spaces on public lands.
Consistent rebloomers, new colors and petal shapes expand the field of this traditional favorite
Yards are shrinking, but these trees are sized just right for today’s smaller garden spaces
Restoration efforts in the Willamette Valley have turned native plants and seeds into hot commodities
A mixed palette of shrubs and trees makes for a more pleasing privacy screen
Creating landscaping “zones” with fire-resistant plants is key to fighting wildfires
A staple in European gardens for decades, penstemons are finally gaining popularity in their native land
Crevice gardens, a specialized type of rock garden, are a great way to feature distinctive plants
Growing a broad palette of bee-friendly plants benefits pollinators and ultimately humans