After a half century of neglect, “Americas Greatest Forgotten Garden,” the sprawling 43 acre Untermyer Gardens in Yonkers, New York have been restored.More
Before the time of industrialization, NYC was full of lush greenery. Here is a list of the top ten hidden gardens in NYC that harken back to that time.More
Despite the chaos of NYC, you can always find beauty, peace and quiet in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Here are the garden’s top 10 secrets to get you ready for spring.More
Atop the Art Deco infused Rockefeller Center along 5th Avenue in NYC are some beautiful garden rooftops, some slightly more accessible than others.More
Urban farms at Winkler Partners office in Taipei and Pasona headquarters in Tokyo improve office workers’ life and promote a green lifestyle.More
2Bn2C by Ken Cro-Ken is a sculpture garden in Alphabet City which seeks to harness the power of nature. The garden is on 2nd street between avenues B and C.More
LA homeowners are planting gardens between their sidewalks and streets. These parkway gardens could be a solution to providing healthy options in a food desert.More
The tropical foliage and pond inside the Ford Foundation Building. Source: KRJDA.
On a walk west on 42nd Street from the neo-Gothic-infused neighborhood of Tudor City, the Ford Foundation Building introduces a dramatic change of scenery. It stands somewhat fortress-like, its exterior giving few hints about the building’s true architectural brilliance. Of course, from …More
Singapore is well known for its nature-based attractions including the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Night Safari and the recently opened River Safari.
Gardens by the Bay is the newest addition to these green space innovations, making this architecturally brilliant metropolis truly a “City in a Garden.” The location of this new attraction, which lies on reclaimed land …More
Little known Paddington Reservoir Gardens in Sydney’s Oxford Street is a unique mediative place that is steep in heritage.More
In 19th century Paris, there was a craze for le Japonisme, and you can still see many of the beautiful Japanese gardens today.More
Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain and Arturo Toscanini all resided at Wave Hill. Today the villa serves as a cultural center with art exhibitions, garden parties and other special events.More