By Pamela A. Keene Tall spikes of colorful gladiolus grace Southern summer gardens and provide long-lasting cut flowers. Stately canna lilies’ orange, red, pink,
By Pamela A. Keene When you drive around Hall County, do you often envy some of the colorful yards you pass by? Truth be
Early in his landscaping career, Jim Gibbs developed a love of Japanese gardens, so when he began planning Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground more than 30 years ago, creating a Japanese garden was at the top of his list.
By Michelle Boaen Jameson Everyone knows that getting off the couch and outdoors is all around good for you. But if hiking and biking
By taking clues from Mother Nature, you can enhance your outdoor living space and add value to your home and property for years to come.
By Pamela A. Keene The soil’s the thing that can ensure your plants and landscape flourish and thrive. After all, plants rely on the
By Michelle Boaen Jameson Photos courtesy GNPS At approximately 800 members strong, the Georgia Native Plant Society has been around for almost 24 years.
Nearly five years ago, Lessie Smithgall described the ground-breaking ceremony of the Atlanta Botanical Garden, A Smithgall Woodland Legacy, as “a dream come true.”
By Pamela A. Keene Have you thought about planting succulents in your landscape or in containers to bring a bit of variety to your
WHAT: “The Odyssey.” Homer’s epic poem adapted for the stage by playwright Mary Zimmerman, who kept us spellbound with a parade of mythological