Gardening in the Pacific Northwest

Gardening in the pacific northwest consists of verdant greens and lots of moisture adding up to stunning garden possibilities. The best gardens in the area include dramatic colors and spectacular plants, and we have inspiration and practical tips for you. If you're unsure about when to tackle northwest garden tasks, turn to our month-by-month calendar, where you'll find tips.

Make gardening a breeze with these easy-care native plants.

Add these old-fashioned, low-maintenance perennials to your yard; they're amon...

Rely on this collection of beautiful, low-maintenance perennials to keep your...

Stop deer from mowing down your yard with these tough plants.

Regular lawn maintenance is the key to a healthy stretch of grass. This lawn...

Though just the size of a suburban yard, the garden of Dolores Cavanah include...

This Portland, Oregon, garden consists of a collection of distinct "rooms...

These plants promise to add sweet scents to your northwestern garden.

Celebrate the first days of spring in the Northwest with these early bloomers.

Here are a few great fruit trees for the Northwest's maritime climate.

Check out our guide to select the best roses for gardens like yours in the...

Spring is here! Savor the warm afternoons by working through this month's...

These eye-catching plants add drama to Northwest gardens as the weather grows...

Winter's long wait is almost over. Get busy outdoors. As the weather starts to...

Attract butterflies to your yard with these easy-care plants.

Create a spectacular show in your garden by mixing edible and ornamental plants.

These eye-catching plants bring fall color and drama to Northwest gardens.

Welcome birds to your Northwestern garden with these native plants.

Enjoy a stroll through the Washington state garden of Wendy Burroughs. Her...

Dig into gardening. Nothing is really off-limits this month in the Pacific...

These Pacific Northwestern gardeners have created a lush oasis with a decidedl...

Spring is just around the corner. Celebrate the turn of the seasons with...

This Canadian Japanese-style garden turns spectacular in the fall.

September can be the driest month of the year. Keep up with watering, as well...

Plants that take summer heat in stride freshen our gardens even when we feel...

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