580 results for
Choose another color:
From sculptures to water to landscapes, when art and nature meet, interesting things start to happen. 
Last Friday, the York Minister Cathedral in England covered its entire nave in grass for a celebratory dinner.
Though the old adage “look, but don’t touch” may hold true for more formal garden settings, you can throw it out the window during Quebec’s quirky International Garden Festival. 
"Ellsworth Kelly Plant Drawings" is on view at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. The show spans sixty years of work, including his early sketches in 1940s Paris, his recent work in upstate New York, and everywhere in between. “Each drawing that I’ve done, I have found. Meaning, I see a plant I want to draw."
The basic tools that every gardener—beginner or advanced—needs in their shed. 
Otahuna's formal Dutch Garden, which takes its name from its windmill-shaped plan, is one of many landscape delights at the luxury lodge.
The sixth installment of Dwell on Design, the Los Angeles showcase of modern, sustainable ideas, featured a wide range of stylish, practical green goods, some quietly cutting-edge, others wonderfully wild. 
In a small corner of western Poland, a forest of about 400 pine trees all grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of the trunks. For lack of a scientific name, the collection of curved trees is known as The Crooked Forest.
Bulletproof plants from the Old World, Sansevierias are ideal for beginning gardeners and top-drawer designers alike
Learn more about entering your project
Page 10 of 58