On the Road Again: Gardens to See

The Lurie Garden in Chicago, downtown Chicago

Chanticleer, A Pleasure Garden, near Philadelphia

Chihuly Garden and Glass, Seattle, WA

Longwood Gardens,   Kennett Square, PA

The National Arboretum, Washington DC

Lotusland, Montecito, CA

Red Butte Garden, Salt Lake City

Conservation Garden Park , West Jordan, UT

Denver Botanical Gardens, Denver Botanical Gardens

Cornerstone Sonoma: Gardens and Winery, Sonoma California: Home to the new test gardens of Sunset Magazine.

 

Greenhouse Workshop & Tour presented by the Banbury Institute and Idaho’s Bounty EcologyPears Saturday March 6th & Sunday March 7th With Dale Bates of Living Architecture & James Reed of Onsen Farm: Winter Gardens Workshop: Saturday March 6th – 9:30am to 5:00pm Dale and James......

Reader, let me be the first to apologize for leaving you turning in the wind, without ballast, these last few weeks. I know, I KNOW! It’s prime gardening season and I have been MIA. Sorry. So sorry. We all get busy busy this time of......

Hey Boo Boo! Whatcha got in your picanick basket? In the distance, through the smoky haze (range and forest fires), I can almost make out the Grand Tetons. Today, we head north and east toward Yellowstone National Park. Properly fueled with the requisite Iced Grande......

To all my fellow Idaho gardeners/garden bloggers, I hope you are doing the Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day. Its not too late to run out side, snap some picks and link over to May Dreams Gardens. Come on! Here’s my offering for June: Yes, there’s more:......

Hey there. Your roving reporting is checking in. I am in the fair city of Chicago for a couple days, taking in the IGC Show. Several thousand gardening peeps will be here to discuss the latest and greatest innovations in the garden center business. I......

If you are in the neighborhood, please stop by and say hello! Living in the Garden Nursery is 2 miles north of Pullman. Directions: here. Garden Writers in the Garden At Living in the Garden Nursery, just outside Moscow, ID Saturday, June 4, 2011 1:00......

Yummo! A week ago I had the great pleasure of attending the opening of the fabulous new Darlene Radichel Plant Select Garden at the Denver Botanical Gardens. It’s only been growing for a few months, so its still quite “young”, but as we say in......