Now that we’re practicing social distancing and springtime is here, it’s the perfect time to start that project that’s been in the back of your mind—a home garden. Check out these tips and tricks to develop your green thumb, including advice from Birmingham’s Trevor Mann of Walden FARMacy.Continue reading “Starting a home garden in Birmingham—including tips from Trevor Mann of Walden Farms”
Birmingham was once known as an industrial city, now we are a city of universities, breweries, an emerging tech scene and of course great food. But did you know Birmingham has more green space than almost every other city in the country? Continue reading “4 Birmingham gardens; perfect way to celebrate the start of spring”
Do you have spring fever? Bham Now certainly does. Check out some local plant life snaps we found on Instagram. We are curious about all things Birmingham. Do you know any of these green thumbs or garden centers?
Wouldn’t you like to interact with some of the most well known women designers at this year’s ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ event? You will have your opportunity with the Antiques in The Gardens Designing Women panel discussion.
Designing Women – Saturday, Oct. 7
Karen Carroll of Flower magazine will lead a panel discussion and luncheon with Vine Garden Market, Charlotte Lucas, Liz Carroll and Paloma Contreras at 11:30 am.
Money Raised through ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ Provides Educational Opportunities for Children
It’s that time again, time for one of the most exciting events held in the Birmingham area every year, ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. This annual event Oct. 5-7 is the largest annual fundraiser for Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Continue reading “Get Style Tips from New York Designer Amanda Nisbet at Antiques at The Gardens Red Diamond Lecture Series Oct.6”