Blog Posts - Gardens

Learn the Bible inside the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens

Jerusalem is home to a number of archeological finds with important cultural and religious significance. The Holy City can easily take up a high priority on your bucket list especially if you are religious. It is the birthplace of Islam, Judaism and...
by Cush Travel on Dec 19, 2016

London's wonderful Christmas lights and trees

London looks brilliant any time of the year but in the build up to Christmas London dresses up in its very best festive lights and trees pop up all over the city.  I'd love to show you a few of the fabulous sights to enjoy right now in London. &...

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by home decor ideas and sofa on Dec 10, 2016

Aerial Plants

I recently bought some aerial plants to decorate my lanai. If I'm not mistaken, these are called "pakpak lawin".  This kind of aerial plants are really good for outdoor rooms and porches.  I used to have these before hung on our terrace but...
by Home Sweet Home on Dec 9, 2016

DIY Garden Accesories

I have made these cute DIY garden accessories out of empty plastic bottles.  The idea came out when I saw our plastic bottles at home accumulating in number.  I saved all these in a big plastic container until I have the free time to make t...
by Home Sweet Home on Dec 8, 2016


To experience a bad day is to be a human.   No matter how well we plan, things can go off the rails.    One bad thing leads to another and like dominoes, everything crashes and we wonder why we even bothered to get out of bed.   W...
by Nancy Meadows Designs on Nov 18, 2016

Trick or Treat? Makati closes off Paseo de Roxas for another culinary Street Meet!

Scary ghouls and goblins, jack-o-lanterns and witches will descend upon Paseo de Roxas, promising not just tricks but also lots of treats at the Makati Street Meet this 23rd of October. Makati will once again prove its distinct city vibe and vibr...
by Recycle Bin of a Middle Child on Oct 17, 2016

Bressingham Steam and Gardens - Part 2 Steam and Museum

We recently visited Bressingham Steam and Gardens just outside of Diss in Norfolk.  The collection of steam engines was started in the early 1960's and has grown over the years.  We arrived just before its opening at 10am and was greeted by...
by Parr Photo Art on Sep 4, 2016

Blaze of Glory

I know, Summer doesn’t really end until September 20, but I’ve lived and worked on an academic schedule for my entire life, so believe me when I say that Summer ends on Labor Day. This year I have mixed feelings: on the one hand, I worked...
by streets of salem on Sep 1, 2016

Umbrella Addition to the Patio

Since I added the patio space to my backyard last year, this is the second season I’ve gotten to use it. I'm still so happy that I decided to have it built out. The whole look enhances my backyard so much. Having a screened porch and now a patio ju...
by Southern Hospitality on Sep 1, 2016

September Projects & Fall Everything

September is the beginning of so many beautiful things! This month, our September moodboard is full of fall goodness and one really big project we are going to feature here on Bliss at Home in the months ahead! We started this monthly post in August...
by Bliss at Home on Aug 31, 2016

Restaurant decoration (a small local Chinese restaurant)

The photo shows a local Chinese restaurant's interior. Good decoration. Some dishes from this restaurant --
by 家常菜 on Aug 26, 2016

Restaurant decoration from Fuego restaurant

 Decoration of a restaurant named 'Fuego': For some food pictures from this restaurant --
by 家常菜 on Aug 25, 2016

Learning About Maine’s Native Plants

For three days in mid-August, I drove out to the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens each morning for a course called “Introduction to Maine’s Native Flora.” The course was part of my certificate program in Native Plants and Ecological Horticulture...
by Jean's Garden on Aug 24, 2016

Random Scenes of Summer

The only unified themes of today’s post are the season and the necessity of cleaning out the photograph folders on my phone, camera, and computer: everything seems very vivid this time of year so I snap, snap, snap away and now I must purge! Th...
by streets of salem on Aug 15, 2016

Farmhouse Chic Kitchen Mini-Makeover

Thank you Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart for sponsoring this post. All my opinions about their beautiful products, are my own.   Last month I was super fortunate and got to visit the Better Homes and Gardens headquarters again, in Des Moine...
by Ask Anna on Aug 10, 2016

Bressingham Steam and Gardens - Part 1 Gardens

Firstly I have to apologise for the length of this blog, we have visited lots of gardens, but I don't think we have visited one that is so large and so well kept, especially with the wet warm spring and early summer we have had so everything has been...
by Parr Photo Art on Aug 9, 2016

La Mortella Gardens

La Mortella (Italian: place of myrtles) is a private garden located in Forio-San Francesco. Was first opened to the public in 1992 and was created by Susana Walton (1926–2010), wife of the composer William Walton, in 1950 as the...
by Ischia Apartments on Aug 9, 2016

My Large Garden Plot and All That Grows Within It!

Welcome to the 2016 version of my 20’x40′ garden plot!  Well, one of them anyway. Please enjoy the horrible pictures that go along with this post.  Hopefully your attention will be diverted away from the bad photography by the scintilla...
by The Art of Doing Stuff on Aug 7, 2016

Check out 90 years of the Queen's style at Buckingham Palace

Where ever the Queen goes she is always a focus of attention, so whatever she wears is going to be talked about; remember the fuss over her rather bright green outfit at this year's Trooping the Colour?  When you visit Buckingham Palace this yea...

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