All posts tagged Q&A

Perennial Personality: Author Rochelle Greayer on ‘Cultivating Garden Style’

Ryan and I can be reclusive when we wanna be — movie nights, bay scallops to go — but I wouldn’t call us homebodies.…

On the Hedge: Topiary Artist Joe Kyte Talks Disney, Creeping Fig, and Driveway Dinosaurs

Imagine a shrub shaped like your wildest dreams. Therein lies the magic of topiary, the art of sculpting foliage into silhouettes resembling everything from chess pieces to geometric marvels to butterflies taller than Tyson Chandler.…

Look to the Cookie: NYC’s Macaron Cafe on Its Blossom-Inspired Sweets

Trendiness aside, our love for the macaron can be traced to its fulfillment of the three Cs: crispiness, cream and color.…

Pocket Paradise: Author Janit Calvo on “Gardening in Miniature,” Alien Sunflowers and Other Small Wonders

We’ll let you guess which half of The Horticult we’re talking about here: Growing up, one of us was hopelessly obsessed with miniatures.…

Di-Vine Intervention: The Sculptures of TerraTrellis Add Chic Support to Your Snap Peas and Mini Squash

Gardeners go to great lengths for good trellis action. Problem is, the feats of ingenuity that support a climbing plant tend to favor frumpy function over smooth, joyous form.…