Join Willilam McClenathan of Garden Time in Hillsboro, Oregon as he learns about the resource recovery process behind Clean Water Grow Plant Food.Read More
Pruning roses can seem a daunting task to gardeners, but with practice it’s a skill easily learned. A properly pruned rosebush will thank you with hearty blossoms and healthy branches that will last all season. Learn how to set your roses up for success with our tips on how to prune.Read More
As summer fades into fall and winter quickly approaches, many gardeners are starving for color in their yards. Luckily, there are several flowers, shrubs and trees that can bring some brightness back into your landscape. Here are our 10 favorite winter-flowering plants for the Pacific Northwest.Read More
Native plants are a great choice for landscaping because they support the indigenous pollinators in your area. They also require less maintenance because they’ve naturally adapted to the local environment.
As weed-free, highly-manicured lawns with exotic flowers become popular , adding native plants to provide food for pollinators like bees, butterflies and birds is more important than ever.
Get your garden started with shrubs and flowers that are native to the Pacific Northwest.Read More
Succulents: the quirky little plants that come in unique shapes, sizes and colors that can flourish with the least of care. Because of their minimal needs and hearty nature, succulents make a great plant for novice gardeners and avid gardeners alike. It’s no surprise these peculiar plants have become more popular in recent years.Read More
Summer gardens tend to get the most attention, but expert gardeners know not to overlook the impressive array of early spring plants.Read More