Among the things we’ve bookmarked on the eve of Earth Day: a weekly flower pop-up in Dobbs Ferry, a native plants sale, and the season’s most anticipated (and morbid) bloom. Take a look.
- In case you missed it: We went live on Facebook with architects Jess Thomas and Andrea Fish of Brooklyn-based Shapeless Studio. Check out our tour of Thomas’s own “sentimental minimalism” brownstone (one of our most popular posts of the year on Remodelista) in this video.
- All eyes are on Spike, Chicago’s famous corpse plant—will it boom this year? Watch the live webcam to find out.
- Calling all East Bay readers: Check out this native (and drought tolerant) plants sale, today in Berkeley from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Tomorrow at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden: gardens and poems.
- This city is transforming a golf course into a botanical garden.
- Two new cookbooks on Margot’s radar: The Palestinian Tableby Reem Kassis and Japan: The Cookbook by Nancy Singleton Hachisu, who describes herself as “a California native living on an organic Japanese farm since 1988.”
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