Mar 022015
 
Rain gardens make a water wise Seattle home landscape

A rain garden is a shallow planting area designed to capture and filter some of our ubiquitous rainwater before it reaches the sewer system. Most Seattle rain is collected by gutters around your rooftop and flowing from your driveway and patio into the street. …click to read more…

Jan 052015
 
Free gardening workshops at Bellevue Demonstration Garden

Free gardening workshops and clinics are held in Bellevue throughout the year from. No registration required. These workshops are hosted by Master gardeners at the Bellevue Demonstration Garden, 15500 SE 16th Street, Bellevue, WA (Google map). Free workshops open to …click to read more…

Apr 232014
 
Florabundance: Seattle Arboretum Foundation largest plant sale

The largest in the Puget Sound region, the Florabundance spring plant sale by the Arboretum Foundation features a glorious variety of plants from dozens of the region’s specialty nurseries. You’ll find species and hybrid rhododendrons, unusual annuals, favorite and rare perennials, trees, …click to read more…

Mar 312014
 
Free Bellevue Botanical Garden

The Bellevue Botanical Garden is an urban refuge, encompassing 53-acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, and natural wetlands. The living collections showcase plants that thrive in the Pacific Northwest and inspires visitors to create their own beautiful, healthy gardens. Throughout the year, …click to read more…

Mar 102014
 
Seattle Tilth Edible Plant Sales for Pacific Northwest gardens

Seattle Tilth’s Edible Plant Sales offer Seattle gardeners the largest selection of organically and sustainably grown vegetable starts. Theses events are essential for the discerning vegetable gardener and offer dozens of varieties of the best rare and heirloom vegetables, plus an extensive …click to read more…