A garden can be an excellent teacher. See what lessons were learned in this garden.
This award-winning garden by LaurelRock Company gives equal weight to aesthetics and the environment.
Espaliers can provide interest and life to an otherwise dull visual space.

The Weekly Notebook

Sep
30
02:15pm
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Herbal Household Helpers Spring cleaning? Use these herbal recipes for cleaning products from garden expert Trisha Shirey. Read More »
Related Topics: Beige | Eco-friendly | herbs | Ideas
Sep
29
11:04am
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Notes from a Flower Farm: Decorating With Herbs How to make arrangements using herbs and spring flowers that are perfect for the Passover or Easter table. Read More »
Sep
28
08:30am
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Botanic Superlatives: The World's Largest Vertical Garden A living wall in Milan was recently granted the superlative title of world's largest. Designed by architect Francesco Bollani, the vertical garden carpets 13,600 square feet of an Italian mall's facade. Read More »
Sep
27
01:55pm
20
Art & Botany: Sasha Kurmaz's Botanic Photography Photographer Sasha Kurmaz captures the fragility, beauty, and hope of a blossom. Read More »
Sep
26
01:26pm
0
Links We Love, 9/26/12 DIY Beehives, modular furniture, the sweet sounds of nature, and more on today’s Links We Love!  Read More »
Related Topics: Green | links we love
Sep
25
08:57am
25
Landscape Architecture's Rising Star, Thomas Woltz, Photo Gallery Selections of Thomas Woltz's work.  Read More »
Sep
25
08:52am
14
Landscape Architecture's Rising Star, Thomas Woltz Thomas Woltz lets the landscape take center stage.  Read More »
Sep
24
07:40am
32
Modern Reissue Russel Wright's popluar American Modern dinnerware is available once again.  Read More »
Related Topics: Blue | grey | Orange | White | Yellow | pottery
Sep
21
08:10am
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Botanic Superlatives: Europe's Largest Labyrinth Drielandenpunt Labyrinth, or Three-Country Labyrinth, is Europe's largest open air shrub maze, and its hilltop location in the Netherlands—the highest point in the country—offers a stunning view of Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands. Designed by landscape architect Adrian Fisher, the labyrinth pays homage to the location's infamous popularity with smugglers.  Read More »
Sep
20
07:24am
30
Art & Botany: East London's Pothole Gardener On the streets in East London, Steve Wheen may be better known as the Pothole Gardener. He creates miniature landscapes in the city's neglected corners that encourage passersby to think about their environments, all of them: the green, the grey, the built, and the natural. His work has inspired miniature gardens throughout the world, and is now compiled in a book.   Read More »
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