The urban cool of rooftop gardening can easily transfer to smaller cities and rural areas as well.
The winds of spring have begun to blow, making it time to start preparing lawns and gardens for the upcoming growing season.
Arlene Beglin, Bill Shaudt and Phoebe Boelter, members of the Environmental Restoration Group of Beverly Shores, are shown in their award-winning native plant landscape, which received a Bringing Nature Home Award this year from Friends of the Shirley Heinze Land Trust.
It's not just the passage of time and seasonal changes that result in falling leaves and changing colors.
East Chicago's latest Habitat for Humanity home is now complete with landscaping provided by Lake County Master Gardeners Association. Home owner Camisha Cast (far left) is continuing to learn from the gardening experts about how to care for her new green surroundings.
A traditional English garden landscape at Gardens on the Prairie in Lowell.
Pop Artist Wayne Thiebaud's varied subjects, such as this landscape of lipsticks, are included in the South Shore Arts exhibit 'American Pop' opening Nov. 15 and continuing until Jan. 29 at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.
VALPARAISO | The perennial bed at Ogden Gardens will get a major makeover in coming months.
A Country Road in South Australia
Dominic Zuccarelli is a senior at Purdue University majoring in landscape architecture.
Vine-covered trees and overgrown green ground sprawl are evidence of the forgotten landscape of the 25-acres of Brincka-Cross Gardens in Porter County, a recently acquired space being restored by the Porter County Parks and Recreation Department.
Rain. During an entire year, a meager three-hundredths of an inch falls on Arica, Chile, while halfway across the Pacific, in the Hawaiian Archipelago, Mount Waialeale receives a sopping 460 inches.
VALPARAISO | More than 500 flower footstep fans participated Saturday in the ninth annual Porter County Garden Walk.
Our first fire pit was a simple metal bowl, like a giant wok, perched on a metal stand. We've enjoyed many pleasant evenings sitting around a crackling blaze, finding humor in the incongruity of a campfire in the middle of suburbia.
Portage YMCA childcare worker Elyse Goff pulls weeds Tuesday outside of the facility during. Volunteers from the community and YMCA workers are volunteering their time to beautify the facility's landscaping.
Portage YMCA member Kim Lopez, of Portage, volunteers to pull weeds outside of the facility Tuesday during a beautification day. Volunteers from the community and YMCA workers are volunteering their time to beautify the facility's landscaping.
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