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These 3 Tips From Experts Can Help Keep Your Garden Fresh And Green Through The Drought
Chicago gardeners and urban farmers are struggling to keep their plants happy during dry, warm weather. Here are tips for successful gardening during the drought.
Here’s How You Can Make A Reservation To Visit The Reopened Garfield Park Conservatory This Month
Visitors to the conservatory can reserve timed-entry slots to accommodate social distancing and a lower capacity. “Nature provides proven physical and mental health benefits, especially during periods of stress.”
Garfield Park Conservatory’s Holiday Exhibit Goes Beyond Poinsettias And Pine Trees
The show, Invisible Forces, explores how sound, light, wind and smell impact plants and their relationship with humanity.
After 38-Foot Death Bloom Pushes Through Conservatory Roof, Maya The Agave Plant Is Laid To Rest
Even though a part of the "century plant" is being preserved, the plant's primary caretaker said it is hard to say goodbye. "It's bittersweet. She was a lot of good energy," he said.
Is A 10,000 Head Cabbage Patch A Work Of Art? At The Garfield Park Conservatory, It Is — But You Can Still Eat It
Two Danish artists decided to plant the cabbage patch at the Garfield Park conservatory to prompt conversations about land use, food and the everyday objects we encounter.
Chance The Rapper Celebrates New Album With Fans At Garfield Park Conservatory
Fans expected Chance to drop "The Big Day" at the party but were still thrilled to see him perform at the unique West Side venue.
38-Foot-Tall Agave Plant Begins Death Blossom At Garfield Park Conservatory After More Than 50 Years
PHOTOS: The American agave, nicknamed Maya, blooms only once before it dies. And that's happening right now.
Amazing Agave At Garfield Park Conservatory Grew 11 Inches In One Weekend, And Will Soon Hit The Ceiling
One of nature’s many mysteries is unfolding in the Garfield Park Conservatory's Desert House.