“Public Gardens” includes public spaces, corporate spaces – anything but home gardens.
One of the challenges horticulture faces in proving its importance is that it does most of its best work at the subconscious level.
Five years after my first visit to the not-yet-open Delaware Botanic Garden (which I blogged about here) I returned recently to be utterly wow'd by its progress and the breadth [...]
Earlier this year I posted that I "couldn't wait!" until the 2021 opening of the Little Island floating in the Hudson River on New York City's West Side. After seeing [...]
I've blogged about tending my five adopted gardens, which tending I'm earnestly trying to reduce by making the gardens as low-maintenance as possible. In some instances there are actual maintenance [...]
Nowhere in the country has the existence of statues honoring the Confederacy been more hotly debated than in the former capital itself - Richmond, Virginia, with its iconic statues along [...]