Category - Outdoors

Springtime in the South always seems to take too long to arrive, and then the summer pushes it away far sooner than we’d hoped. It’s a fleeting chapter, but one that arrives with warmer temperatures,

Southern Holidays

Thursday, January 4, 2024 4:00 PM by Kati Hyer

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas … Well, the halls may not be decked with boughs of anything at this very moment, but when travel planners dream up ideal trips for November and December,

Seven Standout Greenhouses

Thursday, January 4, 2024 4:00 PM by Crai Bower

In the chill of winter, these indoor garden havens promise warmth, light, and visions of blooming days ahead.

Even in the South, stepping into a greenhouse in winter is an exercise in hope and

Mobile, Alabama (May 22, 2023) – Some of the best vacation destinations are the spots where you can do a little bit of everything during your trip. Here in Mobile, nicknamed Alabama’s “First City,”

Dauphin Island, Alabama

This dog-friendly barrier island is located three miles south of Mobile Bay in the Gulf of Mexico. Visitors arrive on a three-mile-long bridge to enjoy the warm Gulf waters,

MOBILE Ala. (WKRG) — If you are looking for something fun, educational and free, the Visit Mobile is offering walking tours of historic downtown Mobile in April.

The annual event is organized by the

Dauphin Island, Alabama

What better way to relax than with a trip to the Gulf Coast with your furry friend? Dogs are welcome on the famed white sand beaches of Dauphin Island, but must be on a leash

With a flourishing food scene, beautiful architecture, spectacular gardens, a festive atmosphere, historical sites and upbeat bars, Mobile has a lot going for it. It’s where history and culinary

Being one of the oldest cities on the Gulf Coast, Mobile has always been able to offer visitors exciting, entertaining and educational experiences year-round. Translated: There are tons of fun things

by | Jun 6, 2020 | Design, Featured Slider, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Plants


If spring of 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that outdoor spaces are a saving grace. Public