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1. Garden Holiday Excursions for Green Fingered Guests
June 18, 2018

The sheer serenity of an exotic garden abroad is often totally unexpected yet totally awe-inspiring. You don’t have to be a green-fingered professional to marvel at the intricate details of a grand garden. If gardening is your thing, then the exotic gardens presented in this article will leave you reinvigorated for a change of the old vegetable patch as soon as you get home. César Manrique’s Cactus Garden, Lanzarote There are numerous Lanzarote resorts to base yourself at whilst enjoying the splendour of the area’s cacti gardens. Although synonymous with Wild West movies, the more e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Why Warwick Castle is a Top Location for School History Visits
May 18, 2018

With so much fascinating history and heritage here in the UK, study tours based on home soil have the potential to be both inspiring and educational. Warwick Castleis one of the most popular venues for UK study tours and, considering the stunning interiors, pretty gardens andincredible range of displays and activities, it’s certainly not surprising. If you want to make history evenmore appealing to your pupils, take it outside the classroom and head to Warwick Castle, to guarantee your students a day to remember. Below are just some of the highlights. Horrible Histories Maze ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. WheatGrass Professional Reveals the Lawn Care Secrets
March 29, 2018

The advent of spring is always associated with the start of the lawn care season. That’s not a serious problem for experienced gardeners. The same cannot be said about the newbies, who are just learning the basics of lawn care. For this category of users, WheatGrass Professional may be of great help. WheatGrass Professional is a blog, which focuses on providing tips, guides and useful info on how to take care of lawns and gardens properly. The website contains many facts on lawn care, selection of equipment, grass seeds etc. This info may be useful to all those gardeners, who have never had... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. Must-See Monuments in Madrid on a Spanish School Trip
March 26, 2018

There’s no doubt about it: a residential trip to the city of Madrid for students studying Spanish is a wonderful way to introduce them to the culture and people that lie behind the language. But with a city as bursting with cultural sights as Madrid, it can be hard to decide just where to take your students. Here is my guide to the top monuments in the Spanish capital that every residential trip should include. Palacio Real Built in 1764, this vast palace with its beautiful surrounding gardens is one of the many buildings that contribute to the splendour of the city. Despite belongin... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Gardens of the Aosta Valley
February 23, 2018

The Aosta Valley in Northwest Italy is famed for its magnificent snowy mountains and popular winter sports resorts – yet less well known is the impressive array of botanical gardens nestled among the peaks. Set high on the mountainside, these Alpine oases are a vital asset to the biodiversity of the region, not to mention a beautiful setting for a summer hike. The Paradisia Garden, for example, is the most tranquil Aosta Valley attraction of them all, offering visitors the opportunity to learn more about different plant types while supporting the conservation of some of the rarest specieson ea... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. There Are So Many Ways to Celebrate Christmas and New Year With Us
January 23, 2018

Where better could there be to toast the arrival of the festive season than a green and leafy part of Hertfordshire, in a splendid Victorian property set in 160 acres of stunning parkland and formal gardens, with all of the ‘creature comforts’ and fine dining that you could hope for? That’s the experience that awaits you when you book one of our many remarkable Christmas and New Year events this year at Shendish Manor. Our historic manor house has long been one of the places to be seen in this beautiful and well-connected part of the country, throughout the year. But of course, nothing b... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

7. Jay Shree Tea Online Store Is The No.1 Destination For Freshest Organic Darjeeling Tea
January 18, 2018

Whether it is winter or summer, a cup of freshest organic tea from the gardens of Darjeeling is sure to rejuvenate your senses. However, there are not many stores that sell authentic Darjeeling teas. In a situation when every tea lover is searching for the best quality Darjeeling tea, Jay Shree Tea brings the best quality organic Darjeeling tea. Different variants at affordable prices Jay Shree Tea is known for providing the best quality Darjeeling teas at the most affordable prices. From the online store of the company, one can find different sizes of packets of teas. There are diff... (read more)

Author: John Doe

8. Explore the Beauty of the Orchid Gardens of Tenerife
December 15, 2017

Behind the elegant hotels, charming narrow streets and beautiful beaches of Puerto de la Cruz – one of the most beautiful resorts in Tenerife – lies a world of natural wonders ripe for exploration. From the Botanical Gardens with 5,000 exotic species to the Park Taoro with its terraced gardens, laced with pathways and waterfalls, Puerto de la Cruz is one of the most enticing resorts in Tenerife for those with a passion for gardening. But probably the most enchanting jewel in its botanical crown is the orchid garden, Sitio Litre. Sitio Litre, which is the oldest orchid garden on the i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Reasons Why You Should Choose Artificial Grass Installation Rather than Real Grass
November 29, 2017

Now you Are likely to need to track down a budding turf that seems attractive and's affordable, therefore make sure you have a look and consider your alternatives carefully. Artificial grass mulch is also a choice into this grass that is legitimate. Turf has. It includes a variety of grasses. This really is but one of the popular and cheapest kinds of turf for lawns and gardens. Get Artificial turf's size you desire. Turf has blueprints homeowners will have to follow to produce the installation. It could be short, which can impact the appearance of the region. Artificial Turf for househol... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder

10. La Plagne: A Snowy Paradise for Little Powder Hounds
November 20, 2017

For families with young children, there is no better place to go skiing in the Alps than La Plagne. A huge area, La Plagne is made up of 10 separate villages, all with great options for childcare, including 16 nurseries. There are also plenty of ski schools across the area, with ski gardens taking the very young ones below the age of 5 and schools for those aged 5 and above. Children can work their way through the French ESF classes, or choose from many great British ski schools with specialist native English instructors from back home. Either way, returning from a hard day on the snow, the wh... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. An interactive neighbourhood!
October 26, 2017

Lining town houses together has a new twist! Small pockets of pedestrian pathways and private patch-gardens open into larger gathering areas enlivening the community dwelling concept. A clear-cut zoning of private, semi-public and public makes the master plan of Zonasha Paradiso designed by Collage Architecture Studio incredibly unique. Right at the onset, vehicles are routed towards the periphery of the site and pedestrian movement is pushed to allow for a human connect and community interaction at the site level. As an active public node, the club house is zoned at the very end of the s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. Halloween traditions to tell your kid beforehand
October 19, 2017

Halloween is one of the most expected holidays of the year. Both children and adults are excited to start decorating their houses and gardens according to the newest trends. Halloween is now a reason to party until the sun comes out and wander around dressed up in the creepiest costume on the market, but no one knows the intricacies of this subject or how the notion of Halloween appeared. This article is meant to present some of the stories behind Halloween that everyone should know. Kids need to understand why they need to dress up on this holiday and which is the significance of the decorati... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

13. Assorted Kinds of Designs Necessary For Garden Sheds
October 16, 2017

Gardens Are only intended for yards and play with fields. Since it's an essential portion of outside section of your home, it has to be manufactured presentable ample therefore that you may possibly delight in a good deal. One of the of the options, addition of garden sheds has truly been shown to become always a amazing alternative. The layouts which ought to get incorporated has to be picked within a smart method. Plans have to take harmony using the distance readily available from the backyard in addition to usually the main one who matches the full kind of your home. Designs linked to sh... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

14. Welcome to Fall
October 13, 2017

I have just spent a week in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The foliage was just starting to turn into a wonderful koliascope of colors. Unseasonably warm then while there, we are now getting back to the usual temperatures of October. The gardens are wilting down, the skins on the tomatoes are thicker, canning and freezing are in full operation. Corn stalks are turning brown in the fields, and as the leaves die back, acres of bright orange pumpkins are evident against the backdrop of browning leaves. Sumacs along the edge of the swamps are bright red and are probably the earliest o... (read more)

Author: Megan Howe

15. Cruise Through the Gardens of England
September 28, 2017

As May comes into full bloom, it can mean only one thing for those of us who are horticulturally inclined: the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The highlight of every green-fingered gardener’s calendar, this incredible event showcases the most beautiful gardens and innovative displays, and for those who have booked onto our acclaimed Flower Cruise on 21 May, you’ll be able to see it all in person. Flower Power As the world’s most prestigious garden exhibition, the Chelsea Flower Show attracts thousands of visitors from across the globe each year. There are over 500 exhibitors, covering Show ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Bounty from the Garden
August 22, 2017

Peaches are ripe, strawberries have been picked, watermelon is coming into season. With all this abundance, how do we use this bounty? We Put-By. An old fashioned term meaning we can, freeze, dehydrate and otherwise prepare for the coming winter, it is time to use our skills to make things that will sustain us for the months ahead. Born and raised on a farm, it was many years before I learned that what was sold in the markets could not live up to what was prepared at home. Take for example strawberry jam. That season ended last month. Those of us that are lucky enough were able to g... (read more)

Author: Megan Howe

17. Highlights of the Venice Biennale 2017: An Art Review
August 21, 2017

Do you plan to take in some of the best that the 2017 Venice Biennale has to offer? This guide outlines some of the unmissable exhibits – as well as the most convenient way to get from Venice airport to Venice – so that you can spend more time meandering through the installations instead of worrying about crowded airport buses or extortionate local taxis. Giardini The public gardens (giardini), which are home to 29 national pavilions, are hosting a vast number of exhibitions for the duration of the summer, with some remaining open well into the winter. One of the standout exhibition... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Perks of Quality Landscape Curbing
August 18, 2017

Instead of going with plastic or metal landscape edging, many homeowners are now turning to concrete landscape curbing instead. And there is a good reason why quality concrete curbing for lawns and gardens is making a comeback at homes in the United States and around the world. Not only does concrete have the durability that ensures the long term appearance of your yard, it is a much more attractive solution for the short term as well. Many people wonder about what is landscape curbing, and here is a guide. What is Landscape Curbing? Simply stated, curbing outlines areas in a landsca... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

19. Educate Your Kids at a Nature Center in Atlanta
August 17, 2017

Nothing engages children more than interacting with what they must learn. You can tell them all you want about birds and butterflies, but until they’re surrounded by them, they probably won’t care very much. There is a nature center in Atlanta that shows everyone the beauty of the outdoors and much that inhabits it. Here’s what you can do during a one-day visit or during a family vacation, which gives you more time to enjoy the sights and sounds. Mountain Creek Lake Callaway Gardens is one of Atlanta’s best attractions, and its co-founder, Virginia Hand Callaway, loved nature. So muc... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

20. Best golf packages that you can avail
August 17, 2017

Whether you want to get away with your significant other, spend some quality family time with the kids, or have a weekend of fun and frolicking with your friends, everyone will enjoy the rest and relaxation of a couple of days on the greens. The best golf packages in Atlanta, GA, include world-class courses and wonderful accommodations and food. Two of the best-known courses in the States can be found at Callaway Gardens, and, yes, they offer weekend packages. Lake View Golf Course Lake View Golf Course was the original course designed and constructed at Callaway Gardens. If you are ... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

21. Play Challenging Courses at a Renowned Golf Resort
August 02, 2017

The 18-hole courses at Callaway Gardens are among the best golf courses in Atlanta. Both are former “Places to Play” Four-Star Winners as ranked by Golf Digest. The par 70 Lake View is the original Callaway Gardens course. It has the widest fairways and more water holes than its partner, the Mountain View course. The latter is the more challenging of the two, however. In fact, this par 72 course was the site for the Buick Challenge from 1991 to 2002 with winners that included David Love III, David Toms and Steve Elkington. The tight fairways here are bordered by tall pine trees and you will fi... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

22. 48 Hours in Munich: Explore the Highlights on a City Break
July 18, 2017

Germany’s third largest city easily seems as if it were made for 48-hour trips, and has plenty of exciting activities in store for weekend visitors. With its grand Gothic architecture, leafy parks and gardens, and streets that resemble illustrations of fairy-tale books, a city break in Munich is a fantastic introduction to German – and distinctly Bavarian – culture. In other words, get ready for lots of beer and bratwurst sausages! If you’re planning the perfect 48-hour city break in Munich, be sure to check out my recommended itinerary and my insider tips: Day One Your first po... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. The Fountains of Rome
July 17, 2017

In Ancient Rome, water was an enduring motif, symbolic of its life-giving properties, but also admired for its aesthetic value. Water features appeared in the grandest gardens of the Roman Empire, and many of the fountains that decorated the streets of Rome were considered masterpieces in their own right. The sculptors and architects responsible for the city's iconic fountains are among some of the most important artists and craftsmen of their time, and the detail and beauty of their works is extraordinary. Today, you can marvel at the most famous of these fountains on the best Rome tours... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Why Visit Dubai in summer 2017
July 10, 2017

Dubai became one of the most astonishing cities in the Middle East and Asia. In less than 10 years, the city succeeded to attract numerous visitors from all over the world. With many distinctive parks, gardens, museums, shopping malls, night spots, restaurants, and bars, many travelers from various regions love to spend their vacations in Dubai. The city is even more popular for hosting many events and festivals all year long. During the summer of 2017, Dubai would be having a lot of fun with several remarkable events. Today, we would be highlighting some of the most interesting this summe... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

25. The Gardens of Rome
June 19, 2017

For first-time visitors to Rome, the temptation to try and see and do everything is almost irresistible. Italy's capital is spilling over with more than 3,000 years of history, and from the priceless art of the Vatican City to the Pantheon and the mammoth ruins of the Colosseum and Forum, the city provides a truly mind-blowing cultural experience. But even the most admirable attempts to do justice to the many iconic landmarks on a Rome tour will benefit from a little down time. Exploring some of the lovely gardens and green spaces of the Eternal City not only offers a welcome respite, bu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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