It’s time to spring into action on your spring garden. Washington Gardener Magazine editor Kathy Jentz shares her best tips for prepping, planting, harvesting and more.
This season, go green, and give a plant for the holidays. Washington Gardener Magazine editor and publisher Kathy Jentz shares her favorite flowers and foliage to gift for the holidays — plus care tips in case you find a tree under your tree.
Just because frost is in the forecast doesn’t mean you need to abandon the garden. Fall is a great time to plan and plant for spring. Here are some tips for gardening in the off season.
Summer gardens are flourishing, but so are the populations of pesky weeds and critters that can damage all of your vines and veggies.
Bins of asparagus and delicate greens at the farmers market are beginning to thin out. Now that it’s nearly June, it’s time for summer vegetables.
There’s good news for green thumbs lacking green space: You don’t need a big yard to have a beautiful garden. All you need are a few containers. An expert shares tips for container gardening.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.