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Gardening in the Pacific Northwest

Verdant greens and lots of moisture add up to stunning garden possibilities in the Pacific Northwest. The best gardens in the area include dramatic colors and spectacular plants, and we have inspiration and practical tips for you. Native plants typically equal easy care; try these top 15 varieties in your flowerbeds. Lots of old-fashioned, no-fail perennials are simple to grow and care for; try these varieties. If avoiding deer and attracting butterflies and birds are gardening goals, learn how the right plants in your landscape can do both. For fragrance, these plants add beguiling scent to Pacific Northwest gardens. The transition from the sunny days of summer to the cooler days of autumn is no reason to let your garden beds go dormant. Try eye-catching plants that add unexpected color and drama to Northwest gardens in the fall. Asian-inspired garden design is popular, and this Canadian Japanese-style space really shines come autumn. If you're unsure about when to tackle garden tasks, turn to our month-by-month calendar, where you'll find tips for taking care of your lawn, garden-prep and pest-fighting advice, and how to cope with rainy days and drought conditions.

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

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

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

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

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

It's time to get busy in the garden -- wrapping up, planting, and preparing --...

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

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

Late summer marks the season for garden-fresh produce and flowers by the...

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

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

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

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

Welcome birds to your Northwestern garden with these native plants.

Start off your garden year right by laying the foundation for a great garden.

Gardening slows outdoors in Northwestern gardens in December. But there's stil...

Emily and Paul Kadzik created this beautiful Washington State garden together.

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