Even in the world’s largest cities you can still find natural beauty and quiet serenity.
The Shakespeare Garden in Central Park is a good example. Just blocks from New York City’s busy streets, this delightful, four-acre garden has stone walkways, old-fashioned herbs, exuberant flowers and even apples, all dedicated to William Shakespeare. Come along on an early-September tour of this hidden gem. Read the full article →
The days are growing shorter. The neighborhood kids are back at school. And my little suburban garden is transitioning from summer to fall. Some plants performed wonderfully this growing season. Other plants didn’t do as well.
Here’s a little virtual tour of what’s happening here, as well as some plants that are new to the market this year. Read the full article →