Our critiques of books, movies, anything we have an opinion about.
Guest Post by Constance Casey Meeting Eleanor Perenyi in print was like having someone understand and appreciate my toil, and relieving me of guilt for failures. In gardening, anyway. A [...]
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, [...]
I know some people hate this; I can see it in their faces. I was just reading about visitors to Sequoia National Park and Yellowstone leaving 1 star [...]
The documentary Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf opens with Oudolf pulling out colored pens and drawing, with his left hand, bright squiggles, slashes, curlicues and abbreviated Latin plant [...]
Though not a big theater-goer, I HAD to see the comedy "Native Gardens" when it played in DC because it's about next-door neighbors representing different demographics and attitudes toward gardening. I'll admit [...]
Louisville's Olmsted Parks Conservancy photo. I drove to Cherokee Park’s Big Rock Pavilion, adjacent to Beargrass Creek, on Friday afternoon, anticipating a profusion of white bonesets, blue dayflowers [...]