Four Top Garden Events For Your Bucket List

April 25, 2016

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chelsea-flower-show-urbangardensweb Sean Murray’a garden, winner of the Great Chelsea Garden Challenge.

To immerse yourself in the gardening world and soak up inspiration, there’s nothing quite like attending an acclaimed garden show where you can take in hundreds of different designs, learn Read More...

Fab Five: An Urban Gardens Roundup

April 8, 2016

Wooden Plant Pot An Urban Gardens roundup

Just in case you missed them, here’s a roundup of our last five posts. In this Urban Gardens roundup, you’ll find super cool geometric vases and planters, important conversations about our planet’s future taking place on a small island, a Read More...

Giveaway: The Small But Mighty Meyer Lemon Tree

March 29, 2016

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The small but mighty Meyer Lemon tree is all about versatility–it’s adaptable to many planting conditions and you can do so much with its wonderful fruit.

Due to its small stature, the Meyer Lemon tree does well outside in Read More...

Floating Cloud Observatory For Urban Rooftops

March 16, 2016

Floating Cloud Observatory For Urban Rooftops

Here’s more design goodness from Spain. Madrid-based architect Carolina González Vives of Fisheye Architecture has designed the ‘floating’ Cloud Observatory, a cooling system to counter the urban heat island effect.

Floating Cloud Observatory For Urban Rooftops

Her “outdoor restaurant and chill out” space sits atop an … Read More...

Experience 250 Years of Heirloom Vegetables and History in Old Salem, North Carolina

March 8, 2016

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From Winston-Salem’s vibrant contemporary urban center, Old Salem is just a 10 minute drive, yet it’s centuries away. Visitors to the North Carolina historic town travel back 250 years to America’s most authentic and comprehensive collection of 100 eighteenth century Read More...

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