I was recently invited as part of the Association of Garden Communicators to the city of Buffalo to witness the impact gardens have made on the revitalization of the city. I met passionate people eager to better their beloved city and toured neighborhood gardens, urban farms and city parks. Here’s what I learned: Buffalonians may… Continue reading Buffalo: A City of Gardeners
Barbara Katz was not the original owner of this home. She came to know the house as its landscape designer. When Barbara heard the homeowners were selling the house, she couldn’t bear the thought of someone else caring for the beautiful gardens she had designed and tended. She and her husband purchased the gardens (and… Continue reading The Garden of Barbara Katz
From the moment you enter this year’s Chicago Flower & Garden show, you know you are in for a treat. Paying homage to Navy Pier’s 100th birthday, the entrance garden features Chicago landmarks, pink and white roses, lush ferns and purple Senetti pericallis. I love the exhibits of tulips, hyacinths and roses. I am more… Continue reading Gardens of the Chicago Flower & Garden Show
Spring is in the air at Navy Pier. The Chicago Flower & Garden show began last Saturday and continues through Sunday, March 26. There are many reasons to take your green thumbs to the show. Here are the top five: See beautiful gardens. The garden designed and built by Aquascape Inc. is worth the price… Continue reading 5 Reasons to go to the Chicago Flower & Garden Show
If you want to be wowed by spring flowers and have a few hours to spare, head on down to the Chicago Flower & Garden Show. It opened Saturday and continues through Sunday, March 20. You can find more information and buy tickets online at chicagoflower.com. Want a sneak peek? Take a walk with me.… Continue reading Take a walk at the Chicago Flower & Garden Show.