'I have no regrets': how to quit the nine-to-five and get into horticulture, with tips from those who made the switch
When I turned 40, I decided to retrain as a gardener. Until that point, I had worked in book publishing and arts marketing for nearly 20 years. This sudden about-turn was, I was convinced, the result a
Echeverias are perfectly matched to those of us who love plants in our lives, even now in midwinter, but are not the best at caring for houseplants. I’m sorry to say, much as I love the house to be full
White cabinets are out, colorful kitchens are in, quartz is the new granite, waterfall countertops are trending, open shelving is officially over—kitchen design trends change more quickly than even the
Last February, inside a conference room at the swank Kimpton Everly Hotel in Hollywood, 30 color stylists from eight countries gathered in small groups, many sitting cross-legged on the floor, surrounded
Gardening expert and no-dig allotmenteer Jack Wallington provides weekly advice on how to grow food yourself I first saw Perilla frutescens, or shiso as it’s known, growing in Kew Gardens’ kitchen garden.