PortMoresby returns to a subject dear to her heart with the first of a 5 part series on gardens within driving distance of her home.
Every year the New York Botanical Garden puts together a special show that is on exhibit from spring to fall. This year's features glass artist Dale Chiluly.
George G shares a snapshot from a visit to Mainau Island on Lake Constance in Germany. Known as the Island of Flowers, it's covered in parks and gardens.
Springtime is special in most English gardens, and that's very true of the Walled Garden within the Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
PHeymont had never seen fringed tulips before an early spring walk through the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
A full block of Portland's city center, turned into a quiet oasis in cooperation with its sister city in China.
Ian Cook takes us to the Cherry Orchard at Alnwick Garden, Northumberland, home to the largest colection of 'Tai Haku' in the world.
Artist Dale Chihuly's work will be highlighted at a 6-month New York exhibition featuring a number of new works.
PortMoresby visits Croome Court, a short drive from the Cotswolds, in Worcestershire, with an intriguing historic “hot wall” in the walled garden.
Napoleon's gardens will be restored with funds from an insurance company, continuing a trend of private funding for landmark preservation in Italy.
After years admiring pictures of Sezincote’s Neo-Mughal design, PortMoresby visits the house in Gloucestershire and is in for a surprise.
PortMoresby continues her progress through the Cotswolds with a visit to Chastleton House near Moreton-in-Marsh and is greeted with the words, "Chastleton is Wolf Hall."
Keukenhof, in the Netherlands has over 100 varieties of tulips in massive displays. It's open until May 21.
After a visit to William Morris’s Kelmscott Manor, PortMoresby crosses the River Thames to visit Buscot Park, with a stunning room dedicated to a Pre-Raphaelite painter and, unexpectedly, warriors in the garden.
PortMoresby continues her English adventures with a stop at Upton House, in Warwickshire, on the way to the Cotswolds.