Entries Tagged as 'Gardens'

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Flowers In TheGardenLady’s Garden with a Few Photographs

Garden Bust by Dara Mina Ceramics with plant in head behind and primroses that are in seed in front. I try to have flowers blooming as long during the year as flowers will bloom. That means that only when there is snow on the ground is my outdoor garden without flowers. Most of my flowers […]

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Visiting Cricket Hill Garden

Double Vision by thegardenbuzz It may look dismal outside and the rains are not letting gardeners work in their gardens, but this GardenLady is still “high” from a long weekend spent looking at gorgeous gardens and outstanding nurseries in the Northwestern corner of Conn. Let me explain. This past weekend, I convinced a gardening friend […]

Friday, May 20th, 2011

A Gardener’s Event in NJ this Saturday: Earthly Delights

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Come one, come all to A Gardener’s Event. Gardeners within driving distance of NJ should not miss Earthly Delights, a gardeners event this Saturday (see here) where merchants of rare and unusual plants will sell their plants and merchants with distinctive garden antiques will have garden products for sale. There will […]

Monday, April 11th, 2011

UK Gardens

Chelsea Physic Garden by europealacarte.co.uk TheGardenLady loves to visit gardens. Spring is here and the urge is back. A number of years ago, TheGardenLady created a tour of gardens of England for myself and garden lover friends- this is not a business that I do, just a labor of love. The tour that I had […]

Friday, March 25th, 2011

The Garden Conservancy

  Photo credit: Mark F. Heffron As I walk around my property to see what spring flower has newly opened or think about what new ideas to try to incorporate into my garden, I think about visiting other gardens. And the thought of visiting gardens, both public and private, to look at for the sheer […]

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

Callaway Gardens: Weekend Azalea Getaway

Azaleas by Wilson (Army Gal) Are you an azalea lover? Would you like to to see what is billed as the world’s largest azalea display? The azalea display is at Callaway Gardens located in Georgia. This beautiful garden was conceived and created by Cason J. Callaway and his wife Virginia Hand Callaway for the benefit […]

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Photography and Gardens

garden by Sanches90s Photography and gardens go together like bread and butter, green eggs and ham, meatballs and spaghetti. So if you  enjoy plants and gardening, I hope you have a camera handy to take photos of your plants and gardens and the plants and gardens you visit. Since photos are to share with others, […]

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

Wayne Art Center Exhibit: Photographs of Chanticleer Garden by Rob Cardillo

Chanticleer – a pleasure garden by Rob Cardillo To dream of spring, TheGardenLady readers might want to attend a show with some outstanding photos of a wonderful Pennsylvania garden. This show, running until March 19th at the Wayne Art Center. Wayne Art Center in Wayne, PA. will exhibit 42 photographs showcasing Chanticleer Garden by photographer […]

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Shakespeare Gardens

NYC Central Park’s Shakespeare Garden by Happy Gillmore There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance; pray, love, remember: and there is pansies. that’s for thoughts. Hamlet (4.5.170-1) A friend recently attended a lecture about flowers mentioned in Shakespeare. She was very excited about this lecture. I told her to visit the Shakespeare garden in Central Park, Manhattan, […]

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Bardini Gardens in Florence (Photos)

TheGardenLady loves Italy, the art, the cities and countryside and the gardens. I have visited many Italian gardens but the Bardini gardens in Florence (see here) is not a garden that I had ever known about until recently. I have visited Florence a number of times over the years and wondered how I could possibly […]