Monthly Archives: July 2012
by Kerri Linsenbigler Roses and daisies and tulips, oh my! July 28 and 29, take a stroll through Buffalo’s best yards on Garden Walk Buffalo. With more than 380 gardens on display, this flower celebration is the largest garden walk … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, members of the Western New York State Nursery and Landscape Association, Master Gardeners of the Cornell Cooperative Extension and teams from the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy transformed a block of 15 gardens on Crowley Avenue in Buffalo, … Continue reading
For all the “ooh’s” and “aah’s” coming from visitors to the 2012 National Garden Festival’s Front Yard Contest on Crowley Ave beside Riverside Park – voting now open, check out before and after photos here! – the biggest gushing is … Continue reading
The ninth episode of Buffalo. For Real TV invites you to get all the dirt on the National Garden Festival and Garden Walk Buffalo. Produced by Visit Buffalo Niagara and First + Main Media.
As work continued Thursday in Day 4 of the 2012 National Garden Festival’s Front Yard Contest, the crew from The English Gardener took the spotlight on Crowley Ave while residents began to take over upkeep of their newly beautified yards. … Continue reading
Check out these photos taken by Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy’s Stan Jennings from Day 3 of the 2012 National Garden Festival’s Front Yard Contest – and read this story about the volunteer effort led by Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy and … Continue reading
Here’s what the scene looked like on Crowley Avenue on the morning of Thursday, July 12 – day four of the National Garden Festival‘s Front Yard Contest. Many of the front yards are complete or almost there!
By Seamus Gallivan The story of Day Three at the 2012 National Garden Festival’s Front Yard Contest was the crew of volunteers corralled by the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy (BOPC), teaming with Master Gardeners from the Cornell Cooperative Extension to … Continue reading
By Seamus Gallivan Below the welcome sign on the website for Dore Landscape Associates is the statement, “We are an interesting group of people that do interesting things.” It’s no wonder, then, that they’re right at home in the middle … Continue reading
The Transformation of Crowley Ave for the 2012 National Garden Festival‘s Front Yard Contest is well underway – compare these photos below with the before photos on the festival website, so much done and we’re only two days in! 49 … Continue reading