Garden

woodlane flowers in woodbury magazine

Flowers and other plants are an important—if not entirely intuitive—part of a lot of décor that pops up around the holidays. Lauren Mathis, marketing and communications manager of Woodbury’s Woodlane Flowers, shares some tips to prepare and care for your winter floral creations.

In southwest Woodbury, near the intersection of Woodlane Drive and Military Road, there’s a garden like no other, delivering a cornucopia of fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit. It was started by one very hardworking woman, Sue Cramer, after some previous bad experiences with deer.

This spring, Bailey Nurseries is unveiling its trademarked Virtual Violet Lilac.

Spring break means something a little different to lifelong Woodbury resident Lisa Montpetit Brabbit. Every May, she takes vacation from her busy job to work in her garden.

Jan and Karen Hunt have lived in Woodbury’s Evergreen neighborhood for more than 30 years. Known for dense and mature spruce, pine and tamarack trees, these homeowners transformed their once rustic lot into a manicured shade garden that continues to bring them joy.

Homeowners Jim and Liz Midtlien take pride in their backyard retreat, which features a woodland garden they have lovingly nurtured over the past 15 years.

Spring may be a few weeks away, but it’s critical to know what to do to ensure healthy and thriving plants.

Barnes & Noble manager Chris Quick shares his book suggestions for spring gardening inspiration:

Cathy Nickelson and Johannes (Yo) Louwers don’t use paint, brushes and canvas. But they are artists who create beautiful—albeit impermanent—works of art.