Glass artist Chihuly brings ‘greatest’ exhibition to Missouri Botanical Garden

World-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly will bring his stunning and captivating works to the Missouri Botanical Garden this spring for an “extremely ambitious” exhibition at the garden, officials announced Wednesday. Chihuly and his crew created 18 installations that add even more dramatic color to the garden’s 79 acres. The exhibition was held in It will … Read more

Dixon: Norfolk’s delightful winter gardens

I love taking vacations in the off-season for a variety of reasons. Of course, depending on the destination, often the prices can be low, there are few people and the weather can be mild and pleasant. Visiting places on vacation gives me a different perspective and allows me to see all the trees in the … Read more

Agricultural tourism is becoming an attraction in Berea.

Andy McDonald Berea Tourism Motor Coach Ethan Sima When you come into town by bus, you want to see traditional artisans at work or eat at local restaurants like the historic Boone Tavern Inn. So, last August, when a South Dakota tour group wanted to see what Berea had to offer in farm tourism, Sima … Read more

Guadalupe County Fair, Rodeo marches to Seguin.

Community members have come together to celebrate 138 years of the county’s agricultural industry, and this week is no exception as the Guadalupe County Fair and PRCA Rodeo gets into action. The annual event runs from Oct. 5 to 9 and features new events for all residents and visitors to enjoy and Guadalupe County Fair … Read more

Briefing: The Joslin Castle and Gardens Board has appointed a new Executive Director

Amy M. Richardson was named executive director of Joslin Castle and Gardens. Richardson has served in various administrative roles for the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, including business development and administration at Richard Young Hospital in Kearney, vice president of Nebraska Lutheran Family Service Programs, and president and CEO of Women’s. She led … Read more

The United States will record strengths and opportunities for improvement during the Carthage tour with Bloom’s advisers

Carthage, mo. – Two professional volunteer consultants from the United States visited Carthage this week to see the beauty of the city in Vision Carthage. Counselors Cheryl Corson and Tim France received arms from members of the community and Vision Carthage on Monday and Tuesday, the mission of which is to promote and revitalize Carthage … Read more

Our Finding Pages These southern Ontario gardens are ideal places to spend the afternoon surrounded by nature.

The Royal Botanical Gardens is the biggest of its kind in Canada, with 300 acres of cultivated grounds.

So he wants to inspire you to explore the series of distress wheels. These series of day trips and long drives highlight the best experiences you can have in the state, and show you why Ontario is “getting ours”. Get acquainted (gain, obtain) with present-day techniques that came from Positive Psychology. As a bonus, research … Read more

Three Hidden Garden Cafes To Overcome The Heat At The Venice Biennale

If you are visiting the Venice Bienal this summer, take a tour of these three amazing gardens and take a break from the heat. Hidden in magnificent architectural landscapes, these hidden green tents are perfect for a quick coffee, a simple snack or a Venetian apricot. Cafe in the statue garden The Sera de Geradini … Read more

A meeting place to host guided garden tours

From staff reports The venue is in partnership with AARP Oklahoma to provide guided garden tours this early spring. Free guided walks are held once a month in May, September and October, and each hike focuses on different parts of the park during the summer. “Walking in the gardens of the venue is fun in … Read more