Breadcrumb Links local sports “They’ll come and sit here, read a book, have coffee on their own. That’s what it’s all about – a bit of solitude and comfort.” Metalworker Murray Cook admires his work during the unveiling of the new Humboldt Broncos Memorial Garden outside the Humboldt District HealthRead More →

Christie’s makes its Aspen debut Auction giant Christie’s has savored a fruitful 20-year relationship with the posh resort town of Aspen, whether in the form of film screenings or art collector dinners. These connections have now spawned an official downtown Christie’s outpost which opened on June 16 and will closeRead More →

Twisted alcohol photo Jon Booze creates outdoor art using found materials. Ha decor adds personality and liveliness to our interior spaces, from rugs to furniture to artwork on the walls. Outside, however, Mother Nature has already created a living landscape, with carpets of greenery and pops of seasonalRead More →

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> Mint hedge, image by Sarah Morgan Jones Sarah MorganJones Although growing vegetables and fruits tends to yield later in the season, there are two things in my garden that are already proving too prolific to ignore: mint and rhubarb. When I moved into this house in 2013Read More →

by Angelica Edwards, NCBG Communications Intern Cynthia Woodsong volunteers at the North Carolina Botanical Garden — but not weeding, propagating or clearing trails. Instead, she creates paper flowers and donates them to the Garden Shop or Garden educational programs. “I put myself through school, working as a florist,” she said.Read More →

With streaks of verdant greenery and dots of flourishing flora, few places have the same sacredness and beauty as a garden. Gifted with a natural green thumb, my mother introduced me to the art of gardening – she spent years of her young life managing a local greenhouse in aRead More →

None of the Park Ridge Garden Club members had to lift a finger to water the hanging baskets during Saturday’s plant sale. The rain did that for them. Given that the club has a 92-year history of selling plants, rain or shine, however – it was started in 1929 –Read More →

The Whitaker Music Festival is a St. Louis summer tradition. One of St. Louis’ favorite summer concert series returns next week. Just like sledding down Art Hill or picking up Ted Drewes after a Cardinals game, going to the Whitaker Music Festival at Missouri Botanical Garden (4344 Shaw Avenue, More →

Whether it’s a tailor-made serape robe for lazy Sunday mornings salvaged from a boutique hotel in an Austin hideaway, or a mouth-blown glass decanter picked from a store in detail of a bucolic Tennessee property, the wares in hotel stores these days often represent the forefront of the region’s tastes.Read More →

What are the best garden gnomes? Garden gnomes are a great way to add style to your garden, yard, home or office. Still, traditional gnomes may not match your personality. Luckily, there are plenty of goofy gnomes out there. Funny garden gnomes are ideal for those who like to laugh,Read More →

The mixed-use resort at the Embassy Manyata Business Park, which includes a dual-brand hotel, sets a new benchmark for hospitality in the area. Leading global hotel company Hilton (NYSE: HLT) and Embassy Office Parks REIT (Embassy REIT), India’s first publicly traded real estate investment trust, announced the opening of HiltonRead More →

Garden of Oneness Multicultural Event Saturday May 14 The Beloved’s Unity Garden Celebration, a multicultural event promoting unity, peace, love, and inclusion is from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14 at the Encinitas Community and Senior Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Dr. Highlights include a community collaborative art exhibitRead More →

Anna’s Perennials Nursery & Gardens, located in Kawartha Lakes between Lindsay and Bobcaygeon, is one of 10 gardening businesses featured this year on the Peterborough and Area Garden Route. Anna’s Perennials specializes in perennials and invites visitors to stroll through their gardens several times a season because there’s always somethingRead More →

photo: Alice Gao THE TABLETOP THE AVENUE Houston, TX Expert hostess Lyndsey Zorich brings her talent for setting memorable tables to The Avenue, her Houston boutique and online collection of handcrafted housewares. Clockwise from top: • Napkins The tiny droopy flowers on these D’Ascoli cotton napkins bring a littleRead More →

desert floor DATES: May 6-15TIME: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.PRICE: Included with general admission Awaken your senses and soothe your soul with the healing power of nature. Discover and connect with a variety of cultural and healing traditions from around the world. Relax and restore your energy andRead More →

KITCHEN SUPPLIES STORE Peppercorn 1235 Pearl Street, Boulder, 303-449-5847 Silver: McGuckin Hardware Bronze: On the Table Bolder Weekly readers say nothing beats kitchen utensils Peppercorn. Independently owned and operated on Pearl Street since 1977, Peppercorn offers a welcoming atmosphere filled with style and warmth. From simple to sleek, there’s noRead More →

juefraphoto / Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on Living on the Cheap. Most of the rain that falls on your property is collected by gutters or runs off driveways and patios onto the street. All of this runoff is diverted into the stormwater drainage system which ultimately dischargesRead More →

The first bird that captured Isaiah Scott’s imagination doesn’t appear in any field guide. “It’s an extinct bird known as the ‘terror bird,’” he says, a prehistoric flightless carnivore more terrifying for its bone-crushing beak and gargantuan size than for its ridiculously small wings. . While his teachers gave lessons,Read More →

The Portland Japanese Garden organization acquired the Salvation Army campus near Forest Park in Northwest Portland to expand educational and cultural programs, including festivals and art exhibits, beyond the Hilltop property from the garden three miles away in Southwest Portland’s Washington Park. After a renovation, the new location at 2640Read More →

Roses are a flower par excellence, synonymous with romance and beauty! Beyond their beauty, many roses are edible and are a mainstay of Middle Eastern, Chinese, and Indian cuisines (via WebMD). Rose flower is extremely aromatic and colorful, which lends itself well to jams and cakes. Roses are incredibly nutritious:Read More →

In the UK, a land of ruined castles, watchtowers and country gardens, there is such a reverence for 18th-century follies – whimsical and sometimes charmingly unnecessary buildings – that an organization called Folly Fellowship was created “to protect, preserve and promote follies, caves and garden buildings. In the southern UnitedRead More →

CAPTION: Construction continues on one of the most visited buildings in the Garden of Peace, the Conservatory, doubling the floor space and exhibition area to accommodate the world-class collection of cacti and succulents One of the most visited buildings in the International Peace Garden is the Conservatory, which houses oneRead More →

By Kim Davis | [email protected] Alexandria is home to several outstanding garden clubs whose members include everyone from certified professional gardeners and hobby gardeners exploring their green thumbs to floral designers creating stunning displays for weddings. There are also horticultural students and enthusiasts whose gardens convey sublime appeal, conservationists whoRead More →

Spencertown Academy features Dinitia Smith in conversation with Ruth Reichl SPENCERTOWN, NY – Spencertown Academy Arts Center, in conjunction with The Chatham Bookstore, features Dinitia Smith at an event celebrating her new book, “The Prince: a Novel” (Arcade Publishing, 2022) on Saturday April 30 at 2 p.m. She will beRead More →

Pictured above: A path through Rick Darke’s garden. | Photo by Rick Darke There’s an old gardening adage that you should never make drastic changes to your garden the first year you move into a place, but that adage is also true if you’re just taking a look at theRead More →

Photo: courtesy of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden blue morpho butterfly Butterfly lovers rejoice: the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is now home to 30 species of neotropical butterflies. The zoo’s butterfly aviary, located inside the World of the Insect building, will house butterfly species like the leafwing tiger,Read More →

Flourish is a new evidence and research based community mental health pilot initiative being developed in Sligo/Leitrim in conjunction with the HSE and mental health charity, Havin’ a Laugh. Once established and evaluated, it is hoped that the model will be extended to other communities in Ireland. Research points outRead More →

22n/a March 2022 Covent Garden will showcase a range of exciting new pop-ups and activations across the estate, bringing beauty fans the latest must-haves from the world of cosmetics, skincare and fragrance LIVE arrives in Covent Garden for the first time from March 23 to April 2 with an exclusiveRead More →

Annual visit to the demonstration food forest of Benicia and Vallejo: 9am-4pm April 23, Benicia and Vallejo. Visit demonstration edible gardens irrigated with greywater and learn simple techniques you can apply to your own backyard to create a vibrant, food-producing ecosystem that uses water wisely. Check in and receive directionsRead More →

Keitt mangoes, a cultivar native to Florida that grows in the Falkensteins’ backyard. David Blakeman/nyt Jane Falkenstein’s home looks like any other single-family home in Arizona’s Salt River Valley — tan stucco, gravel lawn, two-car garage, shaggy palm tree. The path leading to her front door gives the first indicationRead More →

If you’ve been waiting for new Orange Bird merchandise from EPCOT’s International Flower and Garden Festival to hit Shop Disney, it’s today. There are several pieces including the soft hat, the Spirit jersey and the Dooney and Bourke bags. Unfortunately, the ears are not there currently. We’ll take a look!Read More →

Caught spring fever? The best prescription is to spend part of your weekend at the Spring Garden Market on the grounds of River Farm, home to the American Horticultural Society. This event attracts over 40 vendors and will take place on Friday April 8 and Saturday April 9 from 10Read More →

This article may contain affiliate links. I may receive commissions for purchases made through the links in this article. Welcome visitors to your outdoor space with these DIY garden art ideas for inspiration! Whether you’re looking for art ideas for your flower beds, your garden path, or just want toRead More →