Clouds of blossoms carried aloft; heady perfume floating on the air. When you visualize the perfect cottage of your dreams, what do you see climbing its walls? Discover improved varieties and new cultivars that are garden-ready.
Bougainvilleas look almost too good to be true. But trust us, this vine covered in crepe paper-like bracts is real and recent cultivars are ready to brighten your garden.
Interior designer Lindsey Herod let floral textiles lead the way for the design scheme of her clients' Houston home.
Rich with provenance and personality, this East Hampton property lands in the capable hands of style maven Liz Lange for a thoughtful, sophisticated makeover.
Best known for serving as empress of France while married to Napoleon Bonaparte, Joséphine also created her own legacy in the gardens of Malmaison.
Whether you are lounging on the sand, swimming in the surf, or exploring on a catamaran, these seaside essentials will have you sunning in style.
Floral designer Kelly Marie Thompson of Chicago's Fleur Inc. finds inspiration under the Tuscan sun for her colorful, fragrant, and flavorful arrangements.
At the Delaware Botanic Gardens, a bouquet of committed volunteers combined with superstar designer Piet Oudolf and his vision to transform a creekside former farmland.
Tattie Isles and her team at Tattie Rose Studio create immersive experiences with an abundance of foliage, florals, and all manner of foraged materials.
The gardeners behind Garden Club of Virginia's Historic Garden Week share 12 simple ways to protect the environment in your garden.
In an excerpt from her book, THE CREATIVE VEGETABLE GARDENER, Kelly Smith Trimble encourages readers to forget everything they know about planting edible annuals and perennials together.
Hamptons-based stylist Lisa Frohlich shares fives ways to give the classic accessory a contemporary look.