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2016 Edible Garden Tour

Sustainable Ballard is hosting its 8th annual Edible Garden Tour this coming Saturday, and if you have any interest in growing, and not mowing, then you’ll want to strap on your walking (or biking) shoes and get moving!  Read More 

Sorticulture 2016

Everett is having some artsy fun in the garden this June with their annual Sorticulture festival. If you choose to make your way there, you’ll be in for a whole bunch of fun. Meander through displays of hand-crafted garden art, flower and plant nurseries, as well as cool inspiration for great landscaping ideas for your …  Read More 

Backyard Wildlife Festival

This Saturday, get outdoors and enjoy the weather, all while taking in Tukwila’s annual Backyard Wildlife Festival. The big shindig takes place at the Tukwila Community Center, and is sure to be fun for everyone!  Read More 

2016 Northwest Flower and Garden Show

You know warmer weather is just around the corner when signs for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show start popping up. So if you have a seriously green thumb (or are hoping to grow one), you’ll want to mark February 17-21 on your calendar.  Read More 

Bellevue Botanical Garden

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: If you are looking for a break from the loud playgrounds and busy water parks, the Bellevue Botanical Garden may offer up the mellower respite you desire. With its 53-acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, and natural wetlands, little explorers will have plenty to discover and enjoy.  Read More 
Seattle Urban Farm School

Seattle Urban Farm School

Seattle urban farmer Stacy Brewer is on a mission to raise as much food as possible from her 4000 sqft Maple Leaf “urban farm”. A certified Master Gardener, she is primarily self-taught through trial and error, and her yard has become home to prolific vegetable gardens, a mini-orchard, chicken coop, and a cutting garden. One …  Read More 

Edible Garden

Worms, bees and gardens, oh my! Got your attention? Good! Spring is here, so it’s time to dust off the gardening tools and reinvigorate your green thumb.  Read More