News & Events
April 2019: Spring Aeration & Overseed & Topdressing
February 2019: Hello 2019: Let’s Do This!
Fall 2018: Aeration and Overseed Services
Summer 2018: Mulch
April 2018: Spring Aeration & Overseed
February 2018: Hello 2018–Let’s Do This!
January 2018: Schedule Your Winter Pruning
April 13, 10-11:30 am. Less Work. Better Gardens The Natural Way. Topics include healthy soils, good watering and natural yard care techniques. Taught by In Harmony co-owner Ladd Smith. Woodinville Water District. Register by calling 425-487.4100 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 13-14, 10 am-3 pm. Edible Gardening Weekend. Get expert advice from the growers, attend a presentation, have your tools sharpened AND grab a bite to eat. Topics include soils, blueberries, veggies, herbs and containers. Molbak’s Nursery, Woodinville. More info on the Molbak’s website.
April 13, 10-11 am. Growing Small Fruits and Berries. How to successfully grow your own sweet treats: small fruits, berries and grapes. Swansons Nursery, Seattle. Register on the Swansons website.
April 26, 4-8 pm and April 27, 9 am-4 pm. King County Master Gardener Plant Sale. Get free and expert plant shopping advice. Many varieties of veggie starts, herbs, perennials, grasses, shrubs and trees. UW Center for Urban Horticulture, Seattle. Info on Master Gardener website.
April 26-27 and May 3-4, 9 am-3 pm. Lake Washington Institute of Technology Spring Plant Sale. Bedding plants, fuchsia baskets, vegetables, perennials and herbs. Sale supports the Environmental Horticulture program. 11605 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland. Info on LWTech website.
May 4-5, 9 am-3 pm. Tilth Alliance’s May Edible Plant Sale. An amazing selection of tantalizing veggies: the best varieties to grow successfully in our Pacific Northwest climate. 4850 Meridian Ave N, Seattle. Info on Tilth Alliance website.
May 4, 9 am-2 pm. Snohomish County Master Gardener Plant Sale. 8000 tomato, herb and vegetable starts, along with perennials, shrubs, trees, berries and grasses. McCollum Park, Everett. Info on Master Gardener website.
Find more spring plant sales on the UW Botanic Gardens website.
In Harmony co-owner Ladd Smith teaches many informative and entertaining classes each year on natural lawn and garden care. Contact us about having Ladd teach a class for your community or group.
Eco-friendly gardening hacks to start the year off right, The Herald
King County honors six Bothell and Kenmore businesses for waste prevention, Bothell/Kenmore Reporter
Five myths of sustainability, by Ann Lovejoy, Kitsap Sun
Bothell landscaper a composting guru, Everett Herald
In Harmony-designed rain garden featured in “15 ways to prepare your yard for El Niño,” Sunset
In Harmony-designed rain garden, Sunset Magazine
In Harmony co-owner Mark Gile on choosing a sustainable bank, Entrepreneur Magazine
“The dirt on grass” – In Harmony and natural lawns, Seattle Metropolitan
Don’t let your garden be a time hog, from In Harmony co-owner Ladd Smith, Bothell Reporter
Ann Lovejoy on In Harmony, Clean Air Lawn Care and a sustainable lawn care alternative, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Ann Lovejoy on In Harmony’s knowledge of dry gardens and sustainable design, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Tips for natural lawn care, from In Harmony co-owner Ladd Smith, Bothell Reporter
In “Grass Warfare,” co-owner Mark Gile says In Harmony encourages customers to choose organic weed programs, Wall Street Journal
How gardeners can help with problem of disappearing honeybees, by In Harmony co-owner Ladd Smith, Bothell Reporter
In Harmony’s organic-based approach was featured in “Get a greener yard,” Everett Herald
In Harmony’s eco-friendly landscapes for the Street of Dreams featured native and drought-tolerant plants, permeable pavement, and meadow spaces as lawn alternatives. One home was voted “Best Landscaping” and “Best of Show” by professional judges. Read the details: