“Public Gardens” includes public spaces, corporate spaces – anything but home gardens.
Easter weekend was a great day to visit the now-finally-fully-open National Arboretum and snap some spring sunshine for you guys. It's just a 15-minute drive from my house, and I [...]
I visited DC's Tidal Basin on a glorious Tuesday this week, prompted by the forecast and the news that the blossoms had begun their peak period. The Cherry Blossom Festival [...]
Here I am with another call-to-action post. This time, it’s for the Garden Bloggers Fling, held this year in Madison, Wisconsin, June 23–26. (Check out the link; there's plenty of [...]
Young artists Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe met on a New York City street in 1967. They were newcomers to town—short on cash, hopeful and passionate about art. Robert [...]
Last summer I visited my hometown of Richmond, Virginia especially to see its iconic Monument Avenue without the infamous Confederate statues, and posted what I found here on the Rant. [...]
One of the challenges horticulture faces in proving its importance is that it does most of its best work at the subconscious level.