plant of the week

Grow Rapini or Spring Raab

keep an eye out for seeds to sow in July

05/03/2011 By Kate Bryant


A Chic Garden Throne

For the mom who has it all, the Queen of Love chair from Italy is hip, fun, and comfortable.

05/02/2011 By Teri Gelber

things to do

National Public Garden Day

A Mother’s Day weekend tradition

05/02/2011 By Kate Bryant

a musical interlude

Pogo’s Mum

an ethereal portrait of a gardener

04/29/2011 By Kate Bryant


Terrarium Craft: Appearing Soon At Your Local Bookstore…

and it’s gorgeous!

04/28/2011 By Kate Bryant

plant places

Red Ridge Farms

Yes, there are olives in the Willamette Valley!

04/26/2011 By Kate Bryant

get dirty

Sow Seeds in Eggshells

- a charming Easter project

04/22/2011 By Kate Bryant

things to do

Tip-Toe Through the Tulips!

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm Extends Tulip Festival Dates

04/20/2011 By Kate Bryant

horticultural travels

Thai Gardens

folksy first impressions

04/19/2011 By Kate Bryant

things to do

Best Plant Sale and… The Tulips Are Here!

Spring Hardy Plant Sale/Garden Festival and Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival

04/08/2011 By Kate Bryant

things to do

Plant Salad Greens Now

…and enjoy them forever!

04/07/2011 By Kate Bryant


Slide Show: Mile High Gardening


horticultural travels

Mile High Gardening

cultivating a sense of place in Denver, CO

04/06/2011 By Kate Bryant

things to do

"Early Bloomers" Rhododendron and Daffodil Show & Trillium Festival

last-minute notice for two great Sunday events

04/02/2011 By Kate Bryant

things to do

Three Great Gardeny Events

04/01/2011 By Kate Bryant

plant profile

Clivia miniata

sunshine on a cloudy day

03/30/2011 By Kate Bryant

get dirty

Plant Your Peas!

It’s not too late to plant eatin’ peas (snow peas, sugar snaps, or shelling) or fragrant, flowering sweet peas

03/26/2011 By Kate Bryant

plant sale

Hydrangea Heaven

a teaser – you’ll have to wait til the next open house for a chance to visit!

03/23/2011 By Kate Bryant

get dirty

Rites of Spring

winter is finally o-v-e-r! Time to clean up the debris and start planting!

03/20/2011 By Kate Bryant