An autumn stroll through the gardens of Dumbarton Oaks in Georgetown with Garden Director Gail Griffin and NY Public Landscape Designer Lynden Miller
Richmond’s homes and gardens are open this week for the Garden Club of Virginia’s annual Historic Garden Week.
The heritage roses in Richmond’s Hollywood Cemetery are thriving.
Lynden Miller gives us a tour of some of the public gardens she has renovated in New York City
Beatrix Farrand created the legendary gardens of Dumbarton Oaks in Georgetown.
Could Richmond be on the cusp of a green renaissance? After years of neglect, some public gardens are beginning to receive the attention they deserve. New York Public Garden Designer and advocate Lynden Miller challenged our leaders to invest in our historic parks and turn the City from gray to green.
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens in Nashville is a horticultural paradise.
We stumbled upon Nelson’s Dockyard while on Spring Break in Antiqua. The Dockyard, known as His Majesty’s Antigua Naval Yard, was built by British Admiral Horatio Nelson in the 18th Century. It was the headquarters of the British Leeward Islands Fleet until the mid-19th Century. The Georgian buildings and lush grounds have been beautifully restored. Everyone […]