As the weather warms, gardening is providing a dose of sanity and fresh air for people who have been cooped up amid the coronavirus pandemic. Piet Oudolf, one of the world’s foremost landscape designers, is deeply familiar with the restorative…
By Jeffrey Brown, Lorna Baldwin
There is a common assumption that those plants which delight human eyes will also be the most attractive for bees. Two scientists at the University of Sussex can offer a more empirical take.
By Karin Alton and Francis L. W. Ratnieks, The Conversation
Ross Gay is passionate about poetry, gardening and basketball. “I guess you could say that I think all three things alter our notion of time," he said.
By Mary Jo Brooks
It's the first day of spring, and our thoughts have turned to gardening, despite the snow, rain and bitter cold we haven't quite escaped here in the mid-Atlantic.
By Colleen Shalby
By Larisa Epatko
Cathrine Sneed, founder of The Garden Project -- a farm-based education program for ex-offenders and at-risk youth -- says she isn’t teaching gardening so much as teaching people how to work.
Paul Solman reports on a new show in New York that attempts to recreate the green spaces that inspired the writings of famously-reclusive poet Emily Dickinson.
A profile of 88-year-old poet Marie Ponsot, who published her sixth collection of poems last month called "Easy."…
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