At the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show March 21 – 25, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, there will be a haven, a Welcome Garden
The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) has wondrous events planned for Spring and Summer including their annual NYBG Garden Art & Antiques Fair starting May 3 – 6
Painter Claude Monet created his now world famous garden at Giverny in Normandy where sunlight, fresh air and the interplay of light reflected on his canvases
During the medieval period (C6 – C13) hundreds of varieties of flowers were introduced into Europe via the Crusades. Secluded gardens provided a secret place for lovers away from prying eyes. ‘I found her in an arbour, sweet, under a bough’ is the sort of phrase that opened many a…
From the earliest times gardens were associated with shade, running water; fragrance and fresh produce and therefore represented peace and prosperity. Each visit to a garden is a unique experience because its plants, ornaments, views and garden buildings appear in a sequence that can never exactly be repeated ever again….