Awesome Photos of Comedians Hanging Out Together on Flavorwire
The most stunning example (and true staff favorite) is Prunus pendula var. ascendens, one of the biggest and most beautiful cherries on our grounds. It is situated just above Wamsler Rock (the big outcropping you can see from the main Tram Stop near the Visitor Center), at the juncture of the Rock Garden and the soon-to-open Native Plant Garden.
In addition, the monumental sculptures of Manolo Valdés are getting serious backup from a few stunning trees, the tulips are starting to lend bold shots of color to our landscape, and the topiary in the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden have put on their summer frocks.
The weather this spring is proving perfect for blossom longevity, so many of the plants that we reported as blooming last week and the week before are still looking gorgeous. For day-to-day updates on what we’re seeing around grounds, be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter where we post daily updates from our staff and visitors. Also, need help getting around? Our iPhone app can help out there. It’s free and available in the App Store. ~AR
That’s it. I’m going. This week.
I went this weekend with a very special someone and made sure she brought her camera. The end result was a day of amazing pictures.
Walking into the kitchen in the morning to see dishes in the sink and thinking, “I should really get these in the dishw…Oh.”
- This living retro moment has been brought to you by the realization that a dishwasher is a pretty handy thing.
And the letter P. For Palmolive.
From the Huffington Post. Illinois state Rep. Jeanne Ives, a Wheaton Republican, was the subject of a threat over recent remarks she made in opposition to same-sex marriage.
This is 2013, right? Sometimes I feel like we’re still living in the dark ages …