What does lime do for your lawn?

What does lime do for your lawn?

As our long-time clients know, our approach has always focused on building the health of the soil. If your lawn has weeds or is thin and patchy, improving soil health will help the lawn grow more thickly and crowd out weeds. It will also boost the lawn’s color....
Greetings for the holidays and the winter solstice

Greetings for the holidays and the winter solstice

Greetings for the holiday season! Merry Christmas, Happy (belated) Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Festivus! We hope you are enjoying warm, jolly times with family and friends. Here at In Harmony, we work to connect our practices and our clients’ landscapes with...
Winter pruning helps trees and shrubs stay healthy

Winter pruning helps trees and shrubs stay healthy

This is a great time of year to take a close look at your trees and shrubs. Now that deciduous plants have lost their leaves, you can better see their shape and branches. Perhaps you have a plant that is growing too densely. There may be branches that are dead or...
Thank you to our valued clients

Thank you to our valued clients

Thank you to our clients! We appreciate your business and thank you for trusting us with your landscapes. And we also thank you for being our partners in building a healthier planet one landscape at a time. Here’s an Iroquois prayer of thanksgiving. Posting this...
Plants for fall and winter interest

Plants for fall and winter interest

Take a look around your landscape in this autumn season. Are your plants providing a show of color and texture? Or are most of them starting to brown and die back? This is a great time to look for plants that provide visual interest in the fall and winter. Here are a...
Donate to our Northwest Harvest food drive

Donate to our Northwest Harvest food drive

Here at In Harmony, we believe that our health and wellbeing are directly connected to the earth. Part of wellness is having good, healthy food to eat. That is why we have been doing a food drive for Northwest Harvest since 2004. Every fall we collect food from our...
How did your lawn do this summer?

How did your lawn do this summer?

This summer broke records (again) for heat and drought. How did your lawn fare? If your lawn is looking brown and unhealthy, give it some loving care. Fall rains are returning. Now is a good time to assess your lawn care practices and take steps to improve lawn...
Tree Hugger Bingo: a zany good time

Tree Hugger Bingo: a zany good time

Tree Hugger Bingo is your chance to have fun, win plants and help raise funds for Plant Amnesty, one of our favorite organizations. Zany Ciscoe Morris and Dominic Barrera, Plant Amnesty executive  director, will host the event. It’s a lively evening, with chili,...
Join the Great Seattle Fruit Harvest

Join the Great Seattle Fruit Harvest

City Fruit wants you—and your fruit trees—for the Great Seattle Fruit Harvest! Every year volunteers and staff collect thousands of pounds of fruit that would have otherwise gone to waste. They donate the fruit to meal programs, food banks and community organizations...
Spider mites? Water is key!

Spider mites? Water is key!

We have written a number of blog posts this year about how important water is to the health of your plants. Spider mites are one more example of why plants need enough water. Our summer’s hot, dry weather is hard on your plants. It is easy for them to get drought...
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