Picture of the Duncan Garden at Manito Park and Botanical Gardens in Spokane, Washington. Photo by Jdubman
The Spokane County Courthose in Spokane, Washington Photo by Murderbike ~ I love this building
Grasses are used as container plants at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Nashville. Photo by Jon Whittle. Featured in Garden Design.
Japanese Garden at Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, Washington • photo: SeattleJack on Flickr
Crab cakes prepared by Spokane Club executive chef Urs Moser will be served at the annual Hospice of Spokane fundraiser. (Story, photo via
Ivy covered wall and a sign leading to Elsong Gardens Courtyard at the Emy-Lou Biedenharn home in Monroe, Louisiana. The botanical garden
Kona is an adoptable Labrador Retriever Dog in Spokane, WA. being enriched and trained by a youth at The Community School in Spokane
St. Louis, MO ~ "Amazing food, family friendly, museums/zoo/botanical gardens/forest park first rate and lovingly maintained by the citizenry of this grand old historic river town....."
iCanvas Panoramic Washington, Spokane, Cliff Park, High Angle View of Buildings in a City Photographic Print on Canvas
The DuSable Museum of African American History in the historic Hyde Park of Chicago at 740 E 56th Place (57th St & South Cottage Grove Ave) in Washington Park unites art, history and culture. Founded 1961 by teacher - art historian Dr. Margaret Burroughs & other leading Chicago citizens, the Museum is 1 of few independent institutions of its kind in US. Developed to preserve, interpret experiences & achievements of people of African descent. (click picture for link to DuSable)
String gardens - Amsterdam horticulturist Fedor has created string gardens by designing root balls made of string, moss, dirt, grass and seeds in the Japanese botanical style fashion, kokedama.
Japanese Garden at the Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle WA
Solstice in the Olympic National Park of northwestern Washington • photo: John Shephard on StoreOEP
Laceleaf maple in the Japanese Garden at Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island, Washington • photo: Greg Vaughn
Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens: theme for 2011 was "Carnival in the Garden"...thousands of spring flowers, 500+ butterflies,
Winter, Washington Square Park, c1912. William Glackens began his career as a newspaper illustrator and reporter. Around 1900, he moved to NY and depicted scenes of everyday life in the growing metropolis. One of his favorite subjects was Washington Square Park (20 paintings) He frequently used the tree at the center of the picture to anchor his compositions, many of which depict the same corner