DrFumblefinger visits the popular Floral Showcase in Niagara Falls, where he learns about one of the slinkiest plants in the world.
It's always fun to discover the unexpected. George G shares a hidden garden he discovered in the nation's capital.
Marilyn Jones takes us to the lavish North Carolina gardens created at the turn of the last century by Sarah Jones.
Gumbo was visiting the lovely botanical garden in Palermo. Partially a recreational place and partially a university research site, it provides much needed green space. The garden is home to over 12,000 types of plants in just 30 acres and is a pleasant place to explore.
The trail offers an opportunity to visit a dozen area gardens, many not normally open to the public, for a tour by their owners.
Large grounds, and the legacy of an amateur botanist, make the grounds of Malahide Castle a pleasant addition to a visit to the castle.
Marilyn Jones takes us along for a visit to Wilmington's only pre-Revolution building open to the public, and to its gardens.
Tiny humans and one swinging acrobat provide a counterpoint to Kew Gardens' huge Temperate House.
Paul Hunter shares a sample of beautiful orchids photographed during a visit to the Eric Young Orchid Foundation on the Channel Island of Jersey.
Birmingham, Alabama has grown its botanical garden from waste land and a vision into a real treat for the eye.
PortMoresby returns for a third visit to the annual spring garden tour in and around Grass Valley & Nevada City in the Sierra Foothills.
Join Marilyn Jones for a visit to a historic garden and a lunch featuring its produce.
After years of restoration, the largest Victorian glass house in the world reopens.
Finding herself a bit out of her element, but loving it nonetheless, PortMoresby embarks on an afternoon spent sailing on the Nile.
George G visits the lovely Frick House and Gardens in Pittsburgh, and shares the history of the home, its gardens and wonderful car collection!