During my travels with Anthony Tesselaar Plants I have a chance to see a wonderful array of gardens around the world. Here are just a few snaps of gardens and ideas I’ve seen recently. For more of my travel photos, click here. In the meantime, Garden On Good People!
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Romeo, Romeo where for art thou Romeo . . . or all that’s good in balcony gardening this year! As usual at this time of year I have started with our usual pilgrimage to IPM Essen in Germany. Fortunately, as opposed to previous years, the weather was quite benign (almost balmy) which made the trip […]
Back in July I wrote a piece looking at why gardens are special places and how different elements appeal to each of us when it comes to garden design, along with what we look for in a garden. (more…)
Is it just me, but when you walk out your front door do you see weird stuff too? Like these sheep? Or someone walking down the road dressed completely in one colour only? Admittedly I tend to spend a lot of time out of the house (traveling for work), but it does seem as though […]
When the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden at the Dallas Arboretum officially opens Sept. 21, visitors might do a double take. Composed of 150 exhibits on 8 acres, the Adventure Garden’s fun atmosphere feels more like a theme park crossed with a hands-on science museum. Its founders toured children’s museums and gardens nationwide to come […]
I wonder if botanophobes really exist – people who break out in a sweat when they see a tree, or a vase of flowers? Of course there may be people who aren’t too keen on a specific plant, for example if they’ve broken out in a rash after touching it. But I don’t think anyone […]