plant of the week

Flowering Maple

One of the most luscious plants of late summer. And fall. And winter.

07/30/2010 By Kate Bryant

horticultural ed

Design Tips from Dan Hinkley

notes from the 2010 PPA conference in Portland

07/25/2010 By Kate Bryant

good gardening

Bad, Naughty Invasive Plants

and what to do about them

07/21/2010 By Kate Bryant

garden tours

A Garden With Chutzpa

07/18/2010 By Kate Bryant

plant of the week

Painted Tongue

the best annual flower of 2010

07/16/2010 By Kate Bryant


Flowering Maple

Kate Bryant's monthly gardening tip for August highlights the Flowering Maple, a beautiful decorative plant equipped to stand up against the cold come winter.

07/15/2010 By Kate Bryant

Get Dirty

Pruning Lavender

here’s how to do it – plus highlights from the Lavender Festival

07/11/2010 By Kate Bryant

things to do

ANLD Garden Tour 2010

Saturday July 10, 2010

07/08/2010 By Kate Bryant

plant of the week

Relax – It’s Lavender Time

07/07/2010 By Kate Bryant

things to do

Visit Luscher Farm

Oregon Tilth Organic demonstration gardens, a clematis vine collection, community gardens, Three Rivers Land Conservancy trails and more

06/30/2010 By Kate Bryant

plant of the week


06/27/2010 By Kate Bryant

plant files

Cute As a Button

ball- and button-shaped flowers

06/25/2010 By Kate Bryant

edible gardening

Grafted Tomatoes

An old-fashioned technique with a new use for home vegetable gardeners

06/21/2010 By Kate Bryant

plant sale

Hedgerows Nursery to Close

…last chance to pick up some of their fantastic plants at 50% off

06/20/2010 By Kate Bryant

plant of the week

Clematis ‘Rooguchi’

06/14/2010 By Kate Bryant


Cole Crops

Kate Bryant explains that "cole crops," or leafy green plants like kale, collards, and cabbages, need to be planted early so that they may fortify their defenses against the cold in time for winter.

06/10/2010 By Kate Bryant