Valerie Easton hasn’t missed a week of writing her “Plant Life” column for Pacific Northwest Magazine of The Seattle Times in the last fourteen years. She writes feature articles for the Times on the region’s most creative gardens and homes. Easton is the author of four gardening books, including “The New Low Maintenance Garden” which was chosen by Amazon.com as one of the Ten Best Home and Garden Books for 2009. She also blogs on the Huffington Post as well as at Plant Talk in Seattle.

Her own new, simplified little garden, in the town of Langley on Whidbey Island, has been published in the New York Times, Horticulture and This Old House. She writes regularly about gardens and the people who make them for numerous publications, including “Garden Design” and “Organic Gardening” magazines.

Three Families Comfortably Fit in One Slim Lot
Two Seattle architects design and build a dynamic multifamily structure on a formerly vacant lot.
Green and Affordable Structure Fits Three Families in One 28-Foot-Wide Lot
Two Seattle architects design and build a dynamic multifamily structure on a formerly vacant lot.