Gardening is no longer illegal. You can now grow up to four marijuana plants at home without going to jail. But growing smoke-grade weed is a hell of a lot more complicated than, say, that wilty stem
Marisha Auerbach is growing all of her own produce—in a typical yard.
Abundance is the spice of Marisha Auerbach’s life.
As she guides me
through the deliberately plotted pathways of her backyard garden on a
cautiously sunny Saturday afternoon, dressed in pink o
Portland’s indoor gardening shops sell all you need for homegrown medical weed—except advice.
Michael Johnson entered the Oregon Medical Marijuana
Program two years ago, decades after he quit smoking pot recreationally,
to help cope with a debilitating back injury. The 55-year-old
The freshest tree to emerge in Portland’s urban landscape
is actually so ancient, it makes the Old Testament look like a Twitter
It’s not a palm or banana, persimmon or kumquat. It’s th
Today's terrarium has broken out of its macrame chrysalis and evolved into a very modern, very chic home accessory for the young urban dweller. And Artemisia—the alterna-cool garden and design store on SE 28th Avenue—is Portland's Terrarium headquarters. Owners Amy and Michael Aiello have stocked the store with terrariums of their own design—ranging in price from $25 to ...
One could make the argument that growing tomatoes right outside of City Hall is not a good idea, given the fruit's other uses. This morning, however, volunteers harvested 50 pounds of them from City Hall's Better Together garden (pictured above on Wednesday) for a good cause -- Loaves & Fishes. Jen Aron, a volunteer from Oregon State University's Master Gardener Program, says she also picked: 5 ...