May 2018

WAG blooms in what is arguably its prettiest issue, festooned with gardens and gardening ideas.
Historic gardens revived

Historic gardens revived

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Thanks to a grant, the Greenwich Historical Society will restore its Impressionist Era Gardens as part of a broader initiative to reimagine the campus of its Cos Cob headquarters.

Creativity in ‘Bloom’

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Cathy Graham, noted for her unique tabletop designs that integrate flowers with vintage goods and objects from around the world, is the subject of “Second Bloom: Cathy Graham’s Art of the Table.”

The garden goes native

The garden goes native

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If you’re looking to establish or expand your garden with regional plants that will attract the area’s birds and insects – so important to our natural environment – then the place to turn to is The Native Plant Center at Westchester Community College (WCC) in Valhalla.

Mother love

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Humans may be the only sentient beings who actually celebrate Mother’s Day with presents, cakes and cards, but we can’t claim to be the only worthy mothers on planet Earth.

A new season blossoms

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“Spring Blossoms,” the third annual flower show, not only filled Lyndhurst with stunning displays but also opened the 2018 season at the Tarrytown historic site.