Many American gardeners have tried to imitate aspects of English gardens.
Elizabeth Price Martin founded our nation’s first Garden Club in 1904.
At Mount Vernon, Washington created a beautiful American garden that befitted a true patriot.
The United States of America was established by farmers and gardeners who were very conscious of protecting their natural resources.
While it is still too cold to work in your garden, you may enjoy reading Andrea Wulf’s informative book.
Gardens honoring St. Francis are full of color, sound, scent and movement, and birds and butterflies abound.
Learn about the tulips of the Netherlands, on this Focus on Flowers.
Even in the Midwest, centers for creating ceramics were established, inspired by the 19th century Arts and Crafts Movement.
The rose has been a recurring literary theme since the thirteenth century as a symbol of love. However, giving roses for Valentine's Day is a modern tradition.
The globalization of so many flowering plants is awe-inspiring and they now act as if they are natives in their adopted lands.