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February 23, 2017


'Honeysweet', Buck 1984

Buck Roses

I’ve never seen a Buck rose that I didn’t like!

July 9, 2015


Detail from a painting by François Gérard (1770–1837), titled Madame Bonaparte dans son salon de Malmaison, 1801.

Empress Josephine

Josephine’s name will always be synonymous with roses.

April 2, 2015


A young visitor stops to smell the flowers along the Wildflower Trail at Tourne Park in New Jersey.

Fragrance In Our Gardens

Scientists have found odor receptors in nearly every organ in the human body!

June 20, 2013


Hellebores in sun.

Mature Gardens

If you want to see a well-behaved garden, visit one that is about three years old.

January 3, 2013


Sumac tree.

Native Sumacs

Our native sumacs have vibrant, colorful foliage in autumn, and yet they are often overlooked as shrubs for residential gardens.

August 20, 2009


Reinvention With Mother Nature

We can learn some of life's major lessons in our gardens. For example, we learn the inevitability of change as nothing is ever static in nature.

July 23, 2009


What We See

No two gardens will ever be exactly the same, but neither will any two days or even two hours be identical in the same garden.

December 4, 2008


The Cloisters

Learn about the Cloisters Museum and it's famous Unicorn Tapestries on this Focus on Flowers.

October 30, 2008


Keats’ Autumn

On today's Focus on Flowers, read the words of John Keats... "Ode to Autumn."

October 16, 2008


Edging Paths

Learn about the importance of the pathway through your garden, on this Focus On Flowers.

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