Greenery brightens up a home any time of year, and at holiday time, a garden-inspired gift is a reminder of spring.
The event, hosted by the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, is an attempt to bring communities together to make Brooklyn a cleaner, greener place.
The work is from a Red Hook-based landscape design firm, Future Green, that specializes in creating green spaces in urban environments.
Whether you are looking to plant your own veggies, take care of the street tree in front of your building or give a backyard the illusion of green we've got some tips to help you get started.
Designing the deck with our contractor was quick because we had a really good idea of what we wanted.
Brooklyn is famous for its green blocks and backyards. But where to find enough of the right plants to landscape your block, stoop or garden? Here are seven local garden centers whose selection is worth a special trip.
Want to show off your green thumb and community spirit? Bring some nature to your neighborhood and enter the Greenest Block in Brooklyn contest.
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden was in prime bloom today to celebrate the completion of a multi-year project to make the garden more sustainable.
While the cherry blossoms get all the attention, the magnolias are showstoppers of their own, and now is the time to see them.
Listen in at the Brooklyn Historical Society as experts share their experiences with green space, advocacy and development.