Antiques & Garden Show

Celebrating its 29th year, the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville will take place at the Music City Center February 1 – 3. This year’s headliner will be GRAMMY® award-winning superstar Faith Hill, with her design team, architect Bobby McAlpine and designer Ray Booth. They will share their experience of building an island paradise in a panel discussion moderated by Leslie Newsom Rascoe, MILIEU design director. Hours are from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.  Admission is $20 prior to January 29; after that date admission is $25. Lecture tickets are priced separately. Every …

In The Garden: Roses in the Garden

Roses in the Garden Each year the  National Garden Bureau selects one annual, one perennial, one bulb crop, and one edible for the honor of being selected a “Year of the” crop. Plants are chosen because they are popular, easy-to-grow, widely adaptable, genetically diverse, and versatile. The organization has declared 2017 the Year of the Rose in recognition of its importance. Part of the Rosaceae family (important for the food supply—think apples, strawberries, etc.)—there are more than 150 species of roses but only a few are used in today’s gardens.

Roses in the Garden

Each year the  National Garden Bureau selects one annual, one perennial, one bulb crop, and one edible for the honor of being selected a “Year of the” crop. Plants are chosen because they are popular, easy-to-grow, widely adaptable, genetically diverse, and versatile. The organization has declared 2017 the Year of the Rose in recognition of its importance. Part of the Rosaceae family (important for the food supply—think apples, strawberries, etc.)—there are more than 150 species of roses but only a few are used in today’s gardens.