People we find clever or interesting in some other way.
As the gardening team at Buffalo’s Darwin Martin House—really a campus with seven structures on it—enters its second year of planting and maintaining the original landscape Frank Lloyd Wright planned [...]
There remains a certain snobbishness about annuals, partly because some perceive them as “common,” and partly because they’re, well, annual. (Many of us have seen the famous Plant Delights/Tony Avent [...]
During the lunch break Roy answered questions from gardeners, like Carole Galati here. Photo by Kathy Jentz. Way back (it seems) in February, I attended a popular winter [...]
Gardens in Old Greenbelt The obvious answer is that NOT starting a garden club is less hassle than starting one, but my local gardening friends and I want [...]
Robert Cook in rain garden, with elderberry. My post about a recent tour of Baltimore gardens omitted one because it was SO interesting, I wanted to go back and [...]
Google Doodle celebrating Gertrude Jekyll's 174th birthday on November 27, 2017. Guest post by Mary Vaananen I will never forget my first presentation to a large group. I [...]