PRINCEVILLE — Princeville Makai Golf Club has appointed Michael Neider as the club’s general manager. PRINCEVILLE — Princeville Makai Golf Club has appointed Michael Neider as the club’s general manager. Neider will oversee golf operations, food and beverage, agronomy, sales and marketing, and maintenance operations. Neider has over 12 yearsRead More →

CHICAGO — Burbank-based Garden Center Services, which provides alternative residency, day programs and supported employment services for adults with developmental disabilities, will celebrate the grand opening of a new resale store in Mount Greenwood. Second Chance Thrift Shoppe, 10444 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, will open Wednesday, June 15. Guests willRead More →

Whether you’re an avid gardener or just looking for a fun summer activity, the Tulsa Botanical Garden has something for you in June. From engaging plant workshops to kid-friendly and dog-friendly programs, the Garden has organized a varied program of indoor and outdoor events for this month. “The main themeRead More →

An Alice topiary sits in the ‘Alice’s Adventures in the Garden’ exhibit at the Memphis Botanic Garden May 10 in Memphis, Tennessee. The exhibition will remain open until October 31. (Christine Tannous/The Commercial Appeal) Published in 1865, Lewis Carroll’s eerie, whimsical and surreal masterpiece “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” has inspiredRead More →

The first Tavern Garden Market of the season is on view at the Greenwich Historical Society’s historic Cos Cob campus at 47 Strickland Road. It will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday. The market will feature homewares including locally sourced organic produce, farm-to-table, farm-fresh eggs, baked goods,Read More →

This Small Heath garden designed by TV star Charlie Dimmock has been left to rot after years of ‘neglect’, say local residents. Now the Paradise Moghul garden has been closed for several years, preventing residents from enjoying it. “The Moghul Garden” was a collaborative design by television gardener Charlie DimmockRead More →

Strathcona Garden Goods Vancouver, BC, | Do you love coffee culture as well as ethical brands for home and personal care? Are you a social media whiz with an eye for design? In this fun, multi-faceted role, you’re responsible for assisting the General Manager with the day-to-day activities of ourRead More →

BROWNSVILLE, Texas – In a Zoom interview with the Rio Grande Guardian International News ServiceHelen Ramirez discussed the five-story Hilton Garden Inn offered by Pineapple RE Holdings. Ramirez is Deputy City Manager for the Town of Brownsville and Executive Director of the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation. Last month, the BrownsvilleRead More →

The Walk and Bike Challenge sponsored by Garden Re-Leaf Ranging from 10 to 100 miles, this year’s Sponsored Walk and Cycle Challenge saw 57 walkers and 12 cyclists enjoy a glorious sunny day in the heart of Buckinghamshire. Beginning and ending at the Dobbies World’s End Garden Center in Wendover,Read More →

Shortly after New Jersey native Stan Gray moved to Savannah, Georgia in 2005, he decided to show Lowcountry gardeners something they had never seen before. His parents raised him among tall bearded irises at their Gray’s Iris Garden in Montvale, New Jersey, an award-winning private hobby-turned-public garden they opened eachRead More →

This post expresses the views and opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of The Sun Times News management or staff. It’s the Evening Primrose Garden Club (EPGC) 16th Annual Garage Sale – It’s Huge, It’s Indoors & It’s FREE Admission! Held rain or shine, 8 a.m. to 4Read More →

Photos courtesy of Klein Flowers and Greenhouses As the Omicron wave continues to decline in the United States, garden centers have seen steady sales for Valentine’s Day this year. Additionally, in-person purchases appeared to be higher compared to the previous two years. Projected data from the National Retail Federation’s 2022Read More →

Cleveland, Ohio – Garden of Flavor, producers of pure and delicious cold-pressed juices and energy elixirs, today announced the reformulation of its Pear Reishi Energy Elixir to include two additional superfoods: Lion’s Mane and Chaga Mushrooms. The new reformulation is now available for purchase online at gardenofflavor.com and will rollRead More →

Cherry Lane recently took over the Retford and Gainsborough Garden Centre, Saundby. Vacancies are now available for a variety of permanent positions, including Assistant Manager, Warehouse Supervisor and Sales Assistants, full-time and part-time. A total of 18 staff are currently employed at the garden centre, in Bar Road, and theRead More →

Thursday, February 24, 2022 10:30 a.m. EST | In the garden Our cities and suburbs desperately need more inspiring and ecologically rich plantings. However, budgets are tight and teams and gardeners are often unfamiliar with the most diverse planting typologies. Claudia West will share the scientific models and practical techniquesRead More →

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popularRead More →

Paul with Store Manager Robert Williams Britain’s largest redistributor of surplus food and produce, Company Shop Group, which operates a store on Lancots Lane, recently launched the nationwide campaign which encouraged store members and locals to nominate themselves, their relatives, colleagues and members of the community as representatives of theirRead More →

Posted on January 11, 2022 Admire the wondrous transformation of nature and marvel at the brilliantly colored living gems floating in the greenhouse of the Fort Worth Botanical Garden during Butterflies in the Garden, North Central Texas’ largest live exotic butterfly exhibit. from February 25 and until AprilRead More →

A partnership between the Public Works Branch’s Environmental Division and the compost facility here, along with Dominion Energy, Pike Electric and Fort Hood Family Housing, revitalized and cultivated a green space named Comanche Community Garden over the course of several months. “This garden will provide a space for soldiers, theirRead More →