“Public Gardens” includes public spaces, corporate spaces – anything but home gardens.
As threatened promised, I'm blogging the History of Landscape course I'm taking at the University of Maryland, and here's my first post. The (fabulous) teacher I'll be quoting is Caren Yglesias. Interestingly [...]
This garden on the campus of the University of Maryland isn't about prettifying the campus, though it IS an improvement. It's about teaching students how to grow food, manage stormwater [...]
This time of year, visitors entering the U.S. Botanic Garden get this rather somber view of the U.S. Capitol across the street. Inside, from now until New Year's Day, the [...]
Horticulturist Sam Bahr, like so many people who work at the University of Maryland, is someone I first met as a neighbor in nearby Historic Greenbelt. He got his coveted job [...]
Help! My town really could use some examples of alternatives to bedding annuals for its civic landscapes, alternatives that are more sustainable and better-looking to the modern eye. (I know, [...]
That's astronomy teacher and garden-maker Kyle Jeter on the right. You've seen my photos of Cornell and environs; now for a report from the American Horticultural Society's Children and [...]