The Rotary Garden’s 2015 Art Project includes 25 “Nature Nooks” designed after the “Little Library” program that will be auctioned off in the fall.
And I brought along my own bouquet-the flowers my son Bryan sent for my birthday this year- to brighten our stay in the “Deer Room”
Charlevoix Charlevoix “Mushroom houses” Charlevoix Public Library Rain Garden
“Nature is the greatest sculptor – I am only helping to make the artistic objects more visible to the ordinary eye.” -Stanley Smolak creator of Legs Inn
Gardening is the art that uses flowers and plants as paint, and the soil and sky as canvas. -Elizabeth Murray Upon exiting the ferryon Mackinac Island, visitors are greeted with … Read More
One of the newest additons to the Green Bay Botanical Garden is the Conifer Garden. In spring of 2013, 83 tons of limestone boulders were brought in from quarries surrounding … Read More
-“Slow flowers”-locally-grown flowers-Locally grown food-farm to table in movement-Urban parklets-Increasing use of succulents and drought-tolerant plants-increasing focus on foliage, especially plants displaying changing fall colors-Greater appreciation of subtle colors, all … Read More