Monthly Archives: March 2014

Oakland’s FloraCultural Society Inspires Urbanites to ‘Rewild Their Lives’

One of the best things about contemporary trends in urban gardens and flower shops is the remarkable innovation that these public spaces exude. Philadelphia’s Jennie Love of Love ‘n Fresh Flowers is changing the way that urbanites think about seasonal … Continue reading

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Sage Advice: How to Make the Most of Fresh Herbs

We’ve all been there. You came home from the market with more fresh herbs that you know what to do with, only to watch the unused mint or sage wither away in the days that follow. Not all of us … Continue reading

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NYC’s Newest Urban Green Space Might be Coming Soon to Queens

If you’ve never been to New York City’s High Line Park – a one-mile stretch of linear greenway on the former New York Central Railroad in lower Manhattan – you have truly been missing out. Once an abandoned, elevated railway … Continue reading

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