When temperatures cool (and a few weeks before it freezes), it’s time to plant daffodils. Gardener Mary Walton Upchurch tells us what she’s learned about growing these cheerful harbingers of spring and shares her favorite varieties too.
Small celebrations at home bring joy. Make them special—and revel in the glorious autumn weather—by moving them outside. Tammy Powell, designer at Blackjack Gardens in Birmingham, shares tips for refreshing outdoor living spaces for the season.
Daniel McCurry of Father Nature Landscapes shares gardening tips to make the most of the autumn season
It didn’t take this architect and landscape designer long to learn that ambience is everything. Rather than designing from the inside out, Andrea Filippone listened to the land.
In his garden at Hummelo, world-renowned Dutch landscape designer Piet Oudolf brings home the essence of his aesthetic
Two books entice readers to a country where history, nature, art, and design combine to create a feast for the senses. Plus, peruse our market finds featuring Moroccan-inspired decor and jewelry
Most coastal landscapes look outward, but Rose Cove also brings the foreground into focus
Sunny beds of nectar-rich blooms and caterpillar-friendly host plants will bring butterflies fluttering your way. Gardening enthusiast Mary Walton Upchurch shares her tips.
Gardening enthusiast Mary Walton Upchurch engages in a little horticultural hyperbole where the graceful branches of the ornamental tree are at stake.
At Sparta Gardens, a 10-acre “urban farm in a country town,” Suzy and Robert Currey are doing more than growing delicious organic produce
Kick back on the 4th with our editors’ no-fuss ideas for a festive outdoor celebration at home.
A quaint home in a historic Southern neighborhood gets a modern-day facelift with outdoor living spaces that enhance its 1930s architecture with old-world charm.