Photo highlights from two recent fall weddings.Read More
The charms of Cod Cod in the summer time are well-known - ocean aromas, beachy landscapes, and peppermint ice cream come to my mind – but the perhaps less-appreciated botanical wonders are equally enrapturing. A trip in mid-June was still too chilly for a classic summer beach day, but proved perfect for a visit to the dunes at Sandy Neck State Beach.Read More
This April we flew to Southern California,not for Coachella but to visit the Country's largest contingent state park - Anza Borrego Desert - which apparently is the size of Rhode Island. We hoped to see wildflowers but instead met a big horned sheep. In between, we visited the will-be-gone-in-ten-years Salton Sea and some friends and family in Los Angeles. The following is a photo essay of our travels.Read More
By all accounts, Judy Brand is an impressive woman. After having and raising 5 children, at age 50 she went to law school, and had a successful practice. She remains active in her communities, but finds time to tend to her many botanical hobbies, which includes this beautiful mini-greenhouse for her orchid collection in the Florida Keys.Read More
We all know how it feels to love a plant. It's an affection some might thing is strange, but really, is it much different than loving a dog or a cat? Not really. Here's a small interview and photoessay capturing a new relationship between Julia and her sago palm.