Flowers and fun! September 20, 2015. Dublin managed to combine two of my favourite things, a botanical garden and an art gallery showing off plant-themed sculptures or creative interpretations of what it means […]
The three medieval gardens dating back to the 15th century within the ruins of the Feudal Castle in Fressin are the Garden of Eden, the Garden of Evil and the Garden of Good. A three-dimensional […]
Singapore is THE place to see orchids. Even if you’re only picking up your luggage at the Singapore airport there is an orchid display on the midsection of the luggage carousels. And if […]
1637 was date of the collapse of the world’s first speculative bubble, all created by a passion for tulips. In Holland people mortgaged their houses to buy and sell tulip bulbs for ever-increasing […]
The garden has a multitude of features, such as this suspension bridge leading to one of the many trails… These stairs that remind me of ruined pyramids… A ‘garden of memories’… And then there are […]
The Washington State University ‘Discovery Garden’. For such a small space this garden really covers all the bases. I liked it because I have a small yard, and there were […]
Totem poles keeping watch over mother earth. And slowly being reclaimed by her… (Wood totem pole at Van Dusen Gardens in Vancouver, Canada.) More on the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth.