We envision a resilient world dependent on the thoughtful cultivation of plants

Healing Gardens

Spring 2022 Emily Murphy believes gardens hold the key to saving our health, our communities, and our planet. In her new book Grow Now Murphy…

A Botanical Force

Listening to Alice Doyle recount the origin stories of Log House Plants’ most popular introductions, educational campaigns, and innovative collections is a great way to……

The Seed Stewards

On a sunny day in May 2018, Kristyn Leach uncoiled a length of garden hose outside a greenhouse on her farm. With a baseball cap……

Low-Hanging Fruit

Ah, that exquisite experience of biting into juicy, flavor-filled, tree-ripened fruit on a warm summer morning.

Urban Farmsteads

Having extra produce, particularly in peak season, is nothing new to the home vegetable gardener. People have been sharing that extra harvest for decades (hello,……

Saffron

A farmer experiments with cultivating one of the world's most valuable crops in Half Moon Bay, California.

Healdsburg Senior Living Community

At the Healdsburg Senior Living Community, a legacy lives on in an uplifting garden scene. A large space behind the community is filled with waves of …
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