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.
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.
Designer and author Charlotte Moss shares her lifelong love affair with wildflowers here and in her book, Garden Inspirations
In a love letter to daylilies, gardener Mary Walton Upchurch writes of her unusual approach to the prolific but fleeting blooms, which she grows as cut flowers for the house rather than as ornaments for the garden.
Butterflies flock to buddleia’s fragrant blooms, but only the most conscientious gardener should consider planting this non-native invasive species. Mary Walton Upchurch explains how to keep it in check.
Tucked into the picturesque Cotswolds countryside, the home of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, sits surrounded by gardens, wispy meadows, marching allées, and ancient walls with fragrant climbing roses
When a garden is built on hopes and dreams, there are no limits. Explore the rose-bowered arbors, evergreens, and chorus of annuals and perennials of a 3-acre Connecticut paradise