Gerard’s Herball is one of a kind and provides a unique insight into which plants were grown in the 16th century in England.
The process of spiraling is more obvious in some flowers than in others...
Modern gardeners benefit from the patient work of centuries of flower breeders.
As well as wonderful quotations, C. L. Fornari's handy book contains a lot of useful advice.
For flower lovers, the ability to step out into the garden and pick a fistful of blooms for a vase, is one of spring’s great pleasures.
Many American gardeners have tried to imitate aspects of English gardens.
Elizabeth Price Martin founded our nation’s first Garden Club in 1904.
While it is still too cold to work in your garden, you may enjoy reading Andrea Wulf’s informative book.
If plants are strategically placed, the gardener, like a master builder, can draw eyes towards heaven.