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Greens for Small Spaces

  Red and green leaf lettuce will always have a place at the table. So too will traditional romaine, but have you tried oak leaf lettuce, 'Roxy' or 'Freckles'?  Or maybe arugula or Mizuna greens?...

How to Harvest Basil

  Get more from your basil through harvesting. It’s simple -- the more you pick the more it grows. Here’s Why: Basil, like most plants, benefits from pruning. Proper pruning encourages growth and makes for a healthier,...

2016 Inspiration + Garden Design Magazine Subscription Discount

  I'm hooked. In fact, ever since I picked up my first copy of Garden Design Magazine in 2010 I was hooked. It was bold and beautiful with plenty of room to dream. I had recently...

What to Plant: Planning for Spring

  Like you, I have a list of plants that already have dibs in the garden this coming season. They’re the plants that either out-performed the others, producing amazing blooms or impressive yields, or simply...

The Gift of Trees

  It's no mystery that, as people, we're compelled by trees or that, as children, we're obliged to climb them. You could say it's part of our DNA. A quick look through history and across...

Pacific Northwest Flower Revivial

  It was a grey, rainy weekend in October when I stumbled upon this West Seattle farmer's market. It was honestly mind boggling to think of the growing power behind all these blooms, let alone how...

Seed Saving Made Simple

  Ready to start your own personal seed bank? Or simply looking for ways to pay yourself forward, save money and grow a better garden? Honestly, there's no real trick to collecting and saving seeds except...

Grow Your Own Cucamelons

  Adorable. It's the first word that comes to mind when discovering Cucamelons. Adorable with a capital "A." No wonder it's also known as Mouse Melon. Yet another more common name, Mexican Sour Gherkin, adds a tinge...

10 Tips to Conquer Your Fear of Gardening

  Think of yourself as a plant killer? As if anything you attempt to grow dies? If it helps you're not alone. There are cities and towns full of people just like yourself, waiting for inspiration...

Bloom Pucks Reviewed

  What happens when you combine an MBA in finance and a deep love of nature? I recently had the opportunity to talk with Steven Devloo, founder and CEO of Earthworm Technologies, and a picture...
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