Great big house + garden at the IX center back February 3-12

The Great Big House + Garden Show returns to the IX Center in Cleveland from February 3rd to February 12th. More than 400 exhibits will be on display covering various home and garden areas such as kitchen, bathroom, flooring, decor and landscaping. Attendees will experience a “hint of spring” at the Garden Show and explore … Read more

This low-water garden in Sonoma is trending for 2023.

Cottage with Firepit

You can stay in this farmhouse bungalow and experience low-maintenance outdoor living. Hygge Haus and surrounding low-water landscape. Photo by Alicia Rodriguez. To declare that low-water gardening is a trend is an understatement. Despite the fact that atmospheric rivers have been flowing recently, the temperature in the western world is increasing year by year, and … Read more

Ghosh Bridge designs to be unveiled.

Professionals and students in landscape architecture will study the Interstate 80 bridge this week and develop designs for a possible Buffalo Bridge replacement. The public is invited to view the results. The team includes students selected from landscape architecture programs at Iowa State University and the University of Illinois, along with the Landscape Architecture Foundation, … Read more

Crossnor communities teach, feed and encourage children to farm and garden

Lynn Brandon Gardens that educate and inspire children and those who care for them are a central theme at Crossnore Communities for Children. On this bucolic plot of land, a 100-acre farm seems far from the city (yet just minutes from shopping and amenities). Miracle Grounds Farm and Food Forest gives a seasonal purpose to … Read more

Resilience thrives on urban farming in Minneapolis

Alex V. Sipol In a North Minneapolis community garden, a monarch rests against a backdrop of plants and rocks. On a recent summer afternoon, a Monarch butterfly sits on an orange zinnia in North Minneapolis. The monarch – now an endangered species – is joined by crickets, bumble bees and other pollinators, vines heavy with … Read more

Landscape designer Ed Holland brings the magic of nature back to gardens.

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“A successful garden should create magic,” says landscape designer Ed Holland, and magic goes far beyond visual beauty. The president of Holland Design Landscape Architects has built his practice in Sag Harbor and New York to create gardens that are sustainable, site-specific, and of course, spectacular. Birds, bees, butterflies and even insects are supported in … Read more

How green is your Pinterest-perfect plant collection?

Written by Jacqui Palumbo, CNN From evergreens, bushy-leaf figs to snake plants, houseplants have been around for millennia and are ubiquitous in Gen Z’s homes — especially at the beginning of their epidemic of weight-soothing, serotonin-boosting hobbies. New plant parents (including this writer) have seen a spike in Google searches for popular plants like pothos … Read more

The Southern Aphalacian Plant Association welcomes chanterelle gardeners

Presented by Joy Moore KingSport – Dan Benarchik, a horticulturist at Chantiller Garden, presents “Design Principles for Practical Benefits for the Home: Design Speech” Thursday, April 21, at 7 pm at KingSport Higher Education Center, 300. W. Market St. The program is sponsored by the South Appalachian Plant Society and is free and open to … Read more

Mark your calendar with recent events in the Danville area

This section is free of charge and community events may be based on availability. Religious material is published on the Saturday Church page. Email events to Wednesday, February 2 Wednesday Club Meeting- Wednesday Club 1002 Main St. Preservation Virginia will present a program at Sonja Ingram at 3 ፡ 45 on the program. Thursday, … Read more