Is nature really both so wondrous and terrifying? Or is it merely the personification and reflection of the civilization we have created?
When the French want to impress – and dress – they go to Versailles.
In 19th century France, a perfect storm of revolutionary equality and maritime botanical discoveries ushered in a new era of landscaping and, with it, a new approach to art.
Daniel Ost brings a playful individuality to floral, garden, interior and industrial design.
The works of South Korea’s Lee Kui Dae, recently seen at Canfin Gallery in Tarrytown, prove it’s always cherry blossom season in the heart.
Paula Sharp and Ross Eatman – a husband-and-wife team from Mount Kisco – photograph the vivid life cycle of wild bees in a new exhibit at the Bruce Museum.
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.
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.”
Fans of old-time westerns may recall a now-classic line from the 1962 film “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” regarding the blur between myth…
The Pound Ridge artist designs hand-painted silk scarves that call attention to nature’s majesty.
Catherine Wachs is clearly busy. At the end of March, a large calendar on her wall listed landscape design projects that would keep her…
The familiar offerings of White Flower Farm comes to life during a visit to the 200-plus acre Litchfield property.
A well-designed outside space not only encourages open-air entertaining, but it essentially becomes an extra room in your home.
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.
Organic flower farming is a movement, and The Hickories’ Dana Brewster is helping to lead the charge, one stem at a time.
In Ossining, a small island is home to one of Westchester County’s most diverse wildflower habitats. The island’s very creation was unintentional, but has allowed “a treasure chest of floral jewels” to thrive in isolation.
With apologies to Milton, paradise is regained in this Riverside estate, a 2.69 acre compound designed by Shope Reno Wharton with all the amenities for play.
The “Touched by an Angel” star and “The Bible” producer is all about an attitude of gratitude as she launches “Box of Butterflies,” her inspirational memoir.
While many sectors of the silver market have taken a beating in recent years – the downturn in 18th century English and American silver being a prime example — the silver of the Danish firm Georg Jensen has continued to hold its value.
Olympia Le-Tan creates playful handbags that give a new meaning to the term “pocketbook.”
Florals are trending at Neiman Marcus Westchester this season. And we’ve got the scoop on some of the hottest accessories.
Shortly after traveling through South America on a solo expedition, Anit Hora launched Mullein and Sparrow, a vegan beauty company that incorporates the ancient Indian tradition of Ayerveda.
Beauty has its price, and it turns out that it’s at least $1,000 – the cost of the Lancer’s Legacy Youth Treatment, part of a facial WAG experienced at Neiman Marcus Westchester.
Prince Harry’s bride-to-be love peonies, roses and all the stuff that romantic dreams are made of.
Send Mom packing with these on-the-go travel gifts.
Vanessa Williams, the consummate performer, opens up about life on the road – and life with and as a mom.
Whether it’s a new tournament at Greenwich Polo Club or the new Vita Ring for Mother’s Day, Shreve, Crump & Low is poised for a shining season.
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.
Berlin has had a more wrenching history than most cities. But it is a city transformed, thanks to its culture – and horticulture.
“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.
A summer on bloom-laced Nantucket becomes the “Best Hour” of Wanderer Jeremy Wayne’s life, not to mention those of his 13-year-old twins.
Chef and owner Rosa Merenda whips up authentic Italian in a cozy atmosphere.
All wines should improve a bit after resting in the bottle, post bottling. And all wines have a life span of optimum drinkability.
The sights, scents and tastes of Latin America come to Mamaroneck at Café La Fondita.
The Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary is all about finding more joy in your life.
In assessing pain, remember that the body is a series of mobile and stable connections.
And who wouldn’t want to spend more time with this bundle of love?
By all accounts, a five-month-old puppy should never have survived being thrown from a moving car – but then, that puppy turned out to be the resilient Tinsley.
WAG’s listing of local happenings and events in the month of May.