Travel

condessa coffee by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com art by andrew catanses titled: Revelation in the Garden
Posted by Rochelle | 20 September 2016

Two days in Atlanta at the Garden Writers Association conference are in the rear view mirror.  But before I forget, I want to share three quick...

Posted by Rochelle | 11 September 2016

Nestled in Lincoln, MA, one of Boston’s quietest most rural-feeling (though not actually rural) suburbs, the Decordova museum and sculpture park brings contemporary outdoor art to New England....

Garden Tour of La Colombe d'Or image by by Bernadette Marie via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 21 July 2016

It’s Wednesday and I find it hard to believe that just four days ago I was in Provence, France. I wish I was still there....

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower center garden by Rochelle Greayer www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer | 28 March 2016

Skipping around this morning, I came across this quote from Lady Bird Johnson and I fell in love with her, again.  Every time I read...

Christopher Wool, “Untitled” (1990–91), enamel and graphite pencil on aluminum by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 16 February 2016

I spent the weekend in New York City, a last-minute trip I planned on Friday after Kate, Anne-Marie and I finished up the last spreads...

JARDiN DE SERICOURT BY Olivier Bacquet via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 12 November 2015

I spent most of yesterday sorting out a computer upgrade, a messed up router and hanging with my little people (who had a holiday from...

lidians Lylre by Linda Hoffman landscape art www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 10 October 2015

The hotels around here are all sold out, the apple orchard across the street has called an ‘all-hands’, every door is flanked by a big...

Esopus Spitzenburg is an antique apple that many regard as the very best dessert apple. Thomas Jefferson grew it at Monticello, and it is purported to have been his favorite apple. by Rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 06 October 2015

We (my dad, my son, and I) picked all our apples this weekend…taste-testing as we went. I grow 6 varieties (two singular trees + a...

Posted by Rochelle | 25 May 2015

The Chelsea Flower Show in London represents the pinnacle of garden design and is, without question, an annual opportunity to check in with many of...

Chelsea Flower Show 2015 by Gillian Carson for www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 25 May 2015

by Gillian Carson Editor Note:  Gillian Carson of My Tiny Plot took in Chelsea as a spectator on press day as well as on public days....

Posted by Rochelle | 25 May 2015

by Carrie Preston You think beforehand that when you build a stand at Chelsea you will have lots of opportunity to view and photograph the...

Rochelle Greayer on the Garden Lady wrko 680am boston
Posted by Rochelle | 28 April 2015

With trepidation, I’m stepping into the chair of C.L. Fornari as I fill in for her this weekend as The Garden Lady.  If you don’t...

Team Lab giant interactive flower dislplay. Contemporary art. Part of a discussion at www.pithandvigor.com about technology and gardens - interactive gardens.
Posted by Rochelle | 10 April 2015

I’m headed to Orlando next week to speak at the Epcot International Garden Festival.  I’m excited, but still have to put final touches one of my...

Street Wisdom Boston - www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 29 March 2015

I’ve been really frustrated with myself for the past few days.  I had a revelation; an idea I was really excited to write about – it...

Camellias in full bloom at Middleton Place gardens. March 2015. by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle | 18 March 2015

Last week, the old south – specifically Charleston, South Carolina welcomed me for a few days while I got to know some new people.  I’ll get...

Posted by Rochelle | 12 February 2015

I am headed to the airport shortly to hop a plane to Seattle. I haven’t been to Seattle since a couple of weeks before I...

Walking through the rose fields at rose story farm.
Posted by Rochelle | 01 January 2015

I can hardly believe that one year ago today, I (with my family) sat on the streets of Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena, CA and took...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 12 July 2014

We’ve been in Belgium for two weeks now – filling our time slowly with the treasures of the region.  We are staying in Brugge, and...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 09 April 2014

This little video just knocked my socks off. It is beautifully illustrated and oh so clear….it is based on this poem: TANT DE FORÊTS… Tant...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 06 February 2014

Whoa – it’s February already!.  That really snuck up on me! January went by was faster than a collection of short and cold days have...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 30 December 2013

We left our down coats in Colorado and flew to warm California last night and these beautiful cut flowers greeted us in our hotel. (This...