FARM YOUR YARDCool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Lettuce
Leaf, butterhead, crisphead or romaine — lettuce is best harvested in the cool weather of spring and fallFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Larix Laricina Glows Gold in Late Autumn
Plant tamarack for a beautiful late-fall golden displayFull Story
GARDENING GUIDES12 Edibles Perfect to Plant in Late Summer
Keep those homegrown vegetables and greens coming well into fallFull Story
SHRUBS5 Glorious Late-Season Shrubs
Spilling over with berries or bursting with blooms, these stunning underused shrubs keep the garden party going through fallFull Story
GARDENING GUIDES10 Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the West
Tired of waiting for spring to arrive? Try these drought-tolerant, flowering plants for color that starts in late winterFull Story
FLOWERSBest Cutting-Garden Beauties for Late Summer
Pick blooms bursting with color or in classic white for bouquets to give away or keep all to yourselfFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Cleome Serrulata
Beckon bees and other pollinators in for a drink of nectar from this western U.S. native’s late-summer flowersFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Chelone Glabra
White turtlehead is perfect for rain gardens and moonlit strolls; plant this butterfly host in spring for subtle style in late summerFull Story
MOST POPULARHow to Start a Cool-Season Vegetable Garden
Late summer and late winter are good times to plan and plant cool-season crops like salad greens, spinach, beets, carrots and peasFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plants: Rhus Trilobata
Plant skunkbush sumac for its brilliant fall color, and tiny late-winter flowers that provide food for pollinatorsFull Story
Too late for lettuce?
Too late to plant lettuce for fall crop in Seattle?
Romaine lettuce - too late to plant?
How late is too late to be planting in a cold frame?