The springtime favorite is the star as the Washington Daffodil Society’s annual show approaches.
Gardeners often form deep attachments to the tools — modern and old — that they use.
If you are convinced a cherished shrub is dead, don’t be: It may return with vigor from its established roots.
How did they get to Washington? And was Jefferson a fan?
The contorted hazel, a.k.a. Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick, is a winter beauty that goes out with a bang.
Benjamin Victor’s statue of Norman Borlaug will be displayed in the National Statuary Hall at the Capitol.
Washington Post gardening columnist Adrian Higgins took questions on how to improve your garden in the spring.
How savvy gardeners can create stunning displays before spring.
Gardeners emboldened by mild winters of recent years expect a cold, hard reality this spring.
Despite her social connections and contributions to D.C. culture, Mellon took care to keep a low profile.
Classes are filling up as urban apiarists prepare for the bee season.
The seed business is a $3 billion-a-year global industry. Only a fraction of that is designed for the needs and desires of the home gardener.
There are small, practical ways to help protect birds.
This is the season for pruning, but if you don’t know why or what you’re pruning, then leave the plant alone.
Today, the magic of seeds can be diluted by our ability to manipulate them as never before.