Forest Hills Blog

  • Forest Hills’ Renaissance Man Samuel Picker Remembered

    Visits: 70Samuel Picker Square Spruced Up by Volunteer Patricia Perle Malley The Picker Humanitarian Spirit Going Strong For Generations Step into Samuel Picker Square, a small forested setting at 69th Avenue and Burns Street in Forest... The post Forest Hills’ Renaissance Man Samuel Picker Remembered appeared first on This is Forest Hills.

  • Attend An Upcoming Open House for Summer at The Kew-Forest School

    Visits: 82 Summer at The Kew-Forest School (July 8 – August 16, 2024) in Queens provides children entering Kindergarten to Grade 5 with academic enrichment in reading, writing, and mathematics, along with recreational activities including arts & crafts, dance, drama, field trips, martial... The post Attend An Upcoming Open House for Summer at The Kew-Forest School appeared first on This is Forest Hills.

  • The Award-Winning Thorneycroft Apartments / Fanwood Estates

    Visits: 189 Garden Apartments That Symbolized New Hope A Historic Treasure Merits Restoration Upon hearing the term “garden apartment,” one may immediately visualize two-story residential brick buildings situated around generous communal garden space, such as those... The post The Award-Winning Thorneycroft Apartments / Fanwood Estates appeared first on This is Forest Hills.

  • The Long Journey of A Rare Forest Hills Sculpture Plaque

    Visits: 146 A New Deal Era Discovery is Made Notable Sculptor Duane Champlain Lives on Through His Art “History mysteries are all over the place,” said Norm Tjeltveit, a retired postal worker from Montana. One may... The post The Long Journey of A Rare Forest Hills Sculpture Plaque appeared first on This is Forest Hills.

  • Resurrecting The Memory of 18 Queens WWII Servicemen

    Visits: 265 Searching For The History Behind A Rare Memorial Plaque A Storied Plaque Seeks A Permanent Public Home Paul Sapienza holding the Anawa Club plague honoring 18 WWII servicemen It is always timely to honor the... The post Resurrecting The Memory of 18 Queens WWII Servicemen appeared first on This is Forest Hills.

Digging cool gardens in a hot climate

  • A curbside garden for pollinators and all-year interest

    Yellow sulphur butterflies flitted among zexmenia flowers last evening in this curbside garden in Austin's Tarrytown neighborhood.… Read More The post A curbside garden for pollinators and all-year interest appeared first on Digging.

  • Bluebonnets in the neighborhood

    I spotted a bodacious bevy of bluebonnets at a Bevo-loving neighbor's house last week. What springtime beauty!… Read More The post Bluebonnets in the neighborhood appeared first on Digging.

  • Spring in full swing in my garden

    What a great time of year this is in a Central Texas garden. The plants are racing with new growth and flowers!… Read More The post Spring in full swing in my garden appeared first on Digging.

  • Poppies are popping at Wildseed Farms

    At Wildseed Farms in Fredericksburg, the corn poppies were popping in the wildflower fields. Also, a tale of lightning at home!… Read More The post Poppies are popping at Wildseed Farms appeared first on Digging.

  • Willow City Loop wows with Texas wildflowers

    A Willow City Loop wildflower drive offers spectacular hilltop views, canyons, and wildflowers galore along roadsides and in pastures.… Read More The post Willow City Loop wows with Texas wildflowers appeared first on Digging.

Nation Bloom Blog

  • Petunias: Colorful Flowers with Numerous Benefits

    Introduction: Petunias are one of the most popular and versatile flowers in the world, and for good reason. These vibrant and colorful flowers come in a wide range of varieties, each with its own unique set of benefits. Whether you’re looking to brighten up your garden or add a pop of color to your home, The post Petunias: Colorful Flowers with Numerous Benefits appeared first on Blog.

  • The Magnificent Mango Tree: A Fruitful Addition to Your Garden

    Introduction: Mangoes are one of the most beloved fruits in the world, and it’s no surprise why. They’re sweet, juicy, and full of flavor. But did you know that mangoes come from mango trees? These magnificent trees are not only beautiful to look at, but they also produce an abundance of delicious fruit. In this The post The Magnificent Mango Tree: A Fruitful Addition to Your Garden appeared first on Blog.

  • Blooming Guide to Types of Roses: Hybrid Teas to Climbing Roses

    Introduction: Rose plants are one of the most popular flower plants in the world and for good reason. They come in a wide range of colors, fragrances, and shapes, making them versatile for various occasions, from weddings to birthdays. But with so many types of roses to choose from, it can be overwhelming to determine The post Blooming Guide to Types of Roses: Hybrid Teas to Climbing Roses appeared first on Blog.

  • Discover the Vibrant World of Bougainvillea Plants Online in India

    Bougainvillea plants are among the most popular flowering plants in India, thanks to their stunning colors and long-lasting blooms. If you are looking to buy a bougainvillea plant online in India, you are in the right place. In this blog, we will take you on a journey through the world of bougainvillea plants and share The post Discover the Vibrant World of Bougainvillea Plants Online in India appeared first on Blog.

  • The Top 15 Plants to Grow in April for Beauty, Flavour, and Health

    Introduction: Spring has arrived, and with it comes the perfect time to start planting your favorite flowers and plants. April is the ideal month to start planting and preparing your garden for the summer months ahead. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a beginner, there’s no better time to get your hands dirty and start The post The Top 15 Plants to Grow in April for Beauty, Flavour, and Health appeared first on Blog.

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