The pretty Lemon Yogurt Vinaigrette that Frances Schultz pairs with these savory skewers also makes a delightful topping for salads, grains, and vegetables, as well as other chicken and fish dishes.
Flower chats with Cameron Hardesty, founder of the tech-optimized wedding florals startup Poppy, about the latest trends from the rise of the quarantine-era micro wedding to sustainable choices (hello, pampas grass) and budget-saving tips
Frances Schultz shares her rendition of the classic Italian dish Zuppa de Ceci. Serve it as a starter or for a quick weeknight dinner.
Accented with crunchy pistachios, sweet apricots, and tangy goat cheese, this summer squash salad from Frances Schultz delivers big flavor with little fuss.
With a 75-year tradition of fine art publishing, Caspari brings elegance and ease to our lives through its paper tabletop goods, stationery, and gifts. President Lisa Milbank shares how the company evokes luxury with a trick of the eye.
While we missed Historic Garden Week this year, we can still enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at how Garden Club of Virginia members create seasonal arrangements for the event using blooms from their gardens.
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.
Enjoy the world’s greatest flower show from the comfort of your home May 18-23. Plus, see photos from Flower‘s visit to the 2019 show.
In an excerpt from her new book, Floret Farm’s A Year in Flowers (Chronicle Books, 2020), Erin Benzakein shares a sherbet-toned centerpiece inspired by the treasured honeysuckle vine that blooms outside her studio come late spring
The Cotswolds district in West Central England is blessed with an embarrassment of riches, including perfectly preserved stone villages that literally stop you in your tracks.
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 Lorie and Gavin Duke purchased this 1920s house in Nashville, they drew upon Gavin’s expertise in landscape architecture and Lorie’s flair for decorating to create a family-friendly home that blurs the boundaries between indoors and out