Best Vegetables To Grow In The Pacific Northwest
What are the best vegetables to grow in Pacific Northwest gardens? Click here to find out.
Want to be able to recognize the native birds in your Pacific Northwest backyard? Click here to learn more.
Conifers in the northwest U.S. have evolved over time to fill a specific niche in this temperate region. For more about Pacific Northwest conifers, click here.
Weather in the Pacific Northwest ranges, providing a diverse selection when it comes to growing evergreen bushes. Click here for a few ideas.
Just because winter is here doesn't mean there aren't garden chores to do. Learn about Northwest gardening in December here.
The Northwest garden in November may look like a frozen desert, but there are still things to finish up. Learn what those are here.
Growing shrubs in the northwest states provide ease of maintenance, year-round interest, wildlife habitats, and more. Get info here.
Having a to-do list can help you with tasks necessary to put your garden to bed for winter. Here’s what to do in the Northwest this October.
Northwestern native plants grow in an amazingly diverse range of environments. To learn what plants are natives to this region of the U.S., click here.
It’s September in the Northwest and the beginning of the fall gardening season. There is still plenty yet to be done. Learn more here.
Planting shade trees cools things down considerably in summer. To learn about some shade trees for Pacific Northwest gardens, click here.
While it may be hot out in the Northwest, there’s still much to be done this time of year. Click here for your garden to-do list in August.
When choosing vines for the Pacific Northwest, options are plentiful. Click here for some native Pacific Northwest flowering vines.
Pacific Northwest perennial flowers suited for the region range from sun worshippers to shade lovers. Find perennials for Pacific Northwest areas here.
Northwest gardening in July means there’s plenty of work to do, with long days for enjoying outdoor time. Here’s your garden to-do list for July.
Many homeowners in the Pacific Northwest are giving up the idea of perfectly manicured lawns in favor of lawn alternatives. Click here for ideas.
Every garden has its challenges in the form of pests. Click here to learn about pests of the Northwest and how to manage them.
June is one of the busiest months for Pacific Northwest gardening, and tasks will definitely keep you busy. Here are some ideas to get you started.
If you’re looking for options for Pacific Northwest fruit trees, you should have plenty of choices. Learn about fruit trees for the Pacific Northwest here.
May is the month that’s reliably warming for most of the Pacific Northwest, time to tackle the gardening to-do list. Click here for tasks to accomplish.
What annuals grow well in the Pacific Northwest? The number and variation available may surprise you. Click here for ideas on northwestern annuals to try.
Pollinators are a crucial part of the ecosystem. To learn about some pollinators native to the northwestern region of the U.S., click here.
April showers bring May flowers, but it's also the perfect time to start the garden and other tasks. Click here for Pacific Northwest gardening chores.