December 31, 1969
Heritage Museums & Gardens, Sandwich

“Secrets & Miracles” Standard Flower Show will be staged according to the rules of National Garden Clubs, Inc. The exhibits, with titles like Hurricane, Ripening Harvest, Zebra, and Glasswing Butterfly are inspired by the miracles of nature and secrets of the physical world. 36 floral designs in ...

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Town Hall, Seattle, WA

Seattle's 14th annual Bungalow Festival features home tours, lectures, and an antiques fair.

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American Society of Landscape Architects, San Diego, CA

Don't miss the largest gathering of landscape architecture professionals in the world! More than 6,000 industry professionals will gather in San Diego, October 30–November 2, to earn up to 21 professional development hours, to tour nearly 500 EXPO exhibits featuring the latest products and serv ...

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Online

So, you just hired your brother's friend's neighbor-and dropped some hard-earned dollars-to design a beautiful website for your landscape design firm. You included gorgeous pictures of your work and some snappy copy to sell yourself. You're ready for the phone to start ringing. But will it? Will ...

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The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx

An Ongoing ExhibitionIn the Britton Science Rotunda and GalleryThere’s a lot more to The New York Botanical Garden than its beauty. Take a peek at some of the mysteries of the plant world that are being unraveled by our scientists. Since the 1890s, scientists at ...

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Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Harrisburg

The APLD International Landscape Design Awards Program honors the best in landscape design from around the world. The program brings exceptional talent to the attention of peers, potential clients and the world of design. Entry categories include residential, non-residential, small gardens, plan ...

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San Diego Horticultural Society, Del Mar

Founding Director of the California Protea Association, Ben Gill will speak to us about the magnificent members of the proteaceae family, which traces its lineage back some 300 million years, and still provides among the most stunning plants and cutting flowers in gardens today. Ben will talk ab ...

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