Xeriscaping: Untap your landscape

Photo: Flagstone pavers and drought-tolerant plants help make this front yard area water wise. (Photo courtesy of Tonie Fitzgerald). There is more to landscaping than pretty plants. Sustainable park design, drought-tolerant trees and proper watering to prevent turf diseases are just a few of the topics that will be addressed at this year’s WSU Turf, […]

Plant Bioscience building gets spruced up

Jason Katz and Ezekiel Fisher, employees of the residential and commercial landscape company Living Waters, work to unload plants in front of Plant Bioscience building Tuesday afternoon.The landscapers, who began work on the building last fall, are working on the project in phases and hope to be finished mid summer, said Tom Reed, Living Waters landscaper. The company will begin […]

Exhibit showcases Inness

The Museum of Art’s summer exhibit, “The Changing Shape of Landscape,” is now open in the exhibit area of the Fine Arts Center. This exhibit’s summer hours are noon-4 p.m. on Monday-Saturday and Thursday until 7 p.m. Along with works by Keith Monahan and William McDermott will be George Inness’ “Evening Landscape, 1862,” seen above. […]

Visiting artist explores bodies and landscapes

Is there a relationship between a hillside and a shoulder? Spokane artist Mary Farrell will explore how the processes of drawing uncover analogies between the human figure and the landscape in this season#s first Visiting Artist Program presentation presented by the fine arts department at Washington State University. The lecture will be presented Thursday, Oct. […]