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Have you ever noticed a mushroom-like object growing on a tree near your home? If so, it is very likely that wood decay has infected the tree and is now causing a hazard.
No one I know would jump for joy at the prospect of a chilly winter day, but in fact many gardeners should.
Dahlia Tuber Sale
A stunning lawn is the trademark of most proud homeowners. After all, the front yard is the first thing visitors and passersby see.
Nothing sings spring better than viewing swaths of vibrant tulip color throughout our valley in both home landscapes and surrounding farm fields.
Skagit Conservation District’s annual Native Plant Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 26, at the WACD Plant Materials Center in Bow. 360-428-4313 or skagitcd.org/native_plant_sales.
Skagit Home & Garden Show
When we hear the word “sustainable,” it reminds us of “resources” and “future.” For the landscape, the resources of interest would include air, water, soil, plant, wildlife, as well as the efforts and expenses that go into it.
Anacortes Winter Market
Washington’s produce industry
Just under our feet lies an unseen web of life essential to our world.
Many homeowners would never let sports gear, tools and yard equipment clutter up the front hall where it’s the first things guests see.
With the spring growing season just around the corner, you may be thinking about adding a tree, shrub or vine to your landscape.
“Cheerfulness,” “Bridal Crown,” “Rip Van Winkle,” “Respite,” “Tahiti” and “February Gold” are a few of the 25,000 registered named hybrids of the genus Narcissus, more commonly known as daffodils.
The state of Washington is often thought of as having a wet climate; this is not fully the case.
According to the International Society of Arboriculture, “Topping is perhaps the most harmful tree pruning practice known.”
Is your favorite houseplant drooping and looking pale and sickly? Is the green color in the leaves becoming stippled, taking on a silvery or bronze patina?
HOMEBUYER’S CLASS: with Dianne Dalbey and John Sanchez: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, Burlington Public Library (rooms A and B), 820 Washington Ave., Burlington. Learn from real estate professionals how to buy a home with no money down and no closing costs. Get a Washington State Hous…
If you’re interested in helping to create an increasingly sustainable environment, consider purchasing a living Christmas tree.