An overly shaded yard that's just 18 feet wide by 150 feet long is now a dream garden. 
The Spring Blooms celebration features over 250,000 tulips in bloom!
Monticello hosts a talk with landscape architect Thomas Woltz on April 28th.

 

The Weekly Notebook

Nov
04
04:09pm
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Let there be Night Daylight saving time may bring an early nightfall, but new lighting techniques and technology transform the great outdoors after dark.  Read More »
Related Topics: landscaping | Lighting
Nov
01
04:41pm
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No Duds, Please: Getting Great Fall Color Trees Landscape designer Maureen Gilmer shares tips for selecting trees with bright autumn colors. Learn how to ensure impressive fall color no matter your climate.  Read More »
Related Topics: fall | fall color | Trees
Oct
30
11:41am
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5 Strange Plants From the authors of Bizarre Botanicals, here are some creepy plants to try for Halloween. Read More »
Related Topics: Red | halloween | Photo tours
Oct
28
11:32am
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Art + Botany: Designer Pumpkins When leaves rustle and the wind howls, pumpkins become a favored medium for many artists. This gallery features artists with very diverse backgrounds—a musician, a sculptor, a forensic artist, and a farmer—and designs with equally different aesthetics, including pumpkins with flowers, pumpkins with dead musicians, and pumpkins with NYC pride. Check out these elaborate pumpkin carvings from six carvers—they're inspiring, scary, funny, and beautiful! See them all »
Oct
25
12:24pm
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Modern Fire for Outdoor Spaces Forget the primeval campfire, and say hello to a modern experience of sitting around an open fire with family and friends. Paloform’s collection of fire pit designs offer sculptural shapes in simple vessels for contemporary settings. Here are seven ways to incorporate one in your backyard. Read More »
Related Topics: Grills and fire pits | products
Oct
23
04:47pm
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Designing for Fireside Warmth: Tips for Outdoor Furnishings Now that it is past the autumnal equinox we begin to think of coziness and warmth as the days begin to get shorter and cooler. What better way to do that than with friends, sipping hot cider and devouring S’mores, around a beautiful fire pit or fireplace in furnishings that perform well despite fickle fall weather. Read More »
Related Topics: Fire | Furniture | outdoor furniture
Oct
21
08:06am
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Enjoy a Visit to the Succulent Café Stop in for a cup of coffee at a succulent fantasy land featuring a delightful array of plants all growing in unique containers, from old tennis shoes to hanging lanterns. This charming café may be one of a kind. Read More »
Related Topics: southern california | Succulents | Visit
Oct
18
09:06am
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My Garden: A Cool, Quiet Corner of the World To create the sense of a secret outdoor room, partners Robert Khazzam and Kevin Treanor planted a woodland garden, complete with a “forest floor” and a canopy of trees that provide deep shades of green and dappled sunlight in their private oasis. Read More »
Related Topics: Ideas | landscaping | my garden | New York | Photo tours
Oct
16
08:23am
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An Art Exhibit for Vegetable Lovers In a new series of portraits, called The Reaping, vegetables and fruits are used to represent human forms Read More »
Related Topics: art | exhibit | Visit
Oct
14
08:59am
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My Garden: From Folly to Fabulous After much trial and error, gardener Bonny McKeough finally achieves her dream of growing a magnificent herb garden. Read More »
Related Topics: Canada | herbs | my garden
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