Michler's News: Flowers, Gardens & Design
Houseplants are a long-lasting way to say "I love you"--especially when their leaves are shaped like hearts.
Artist-in-Residence, Emily Posey, shares about her recent experience at the King Arthur “Survey of Classic French Bread” class.
A different way to look at one of the more...unpopular cut flowers
As wedding season ends and engagement season begins, our wedding designers have a few tips to make the planning process go more smoothly.
Staff member Ed Garvin shares his thoughts on his recent trip to the Perennial Plant Association National Symposium.
Two of our team members recently attended the Perennial Plant Association National Symposium. Here's what one of them has to say about the experience.
Summer is the season for citrus. Interested in growing your own? Our greenhouses are a great place to start.
As temperatures climb, so do the tops of tender greens and herbs. What is bolting, why does it happen, and what can you do to salvage your vegetables?
There's no one right approach to filling your garden with color and flavor.
The Fayette County Conservation District is offering a Fayette county residents (landowner or tenant) up $200 matching money for establishing, enhancing, restoring and/or maintaining a backyard conservation project.
You wouldn't think spending a week in a small workroom tucked down into a basement would be an ideal Parisian experience, but this particular basement housed the wonderful Catherine Muller's Flower School. Each morning I would be greeted with a cup of coffee and buckets of the best flowers available in Paris, waiting for Catherine's next lesson. The lesson always began with a demonstration. I was captivated with Catherine's process which looked like a sort of ballet. Her gestures would imitate the placement to her flowers. Read More