Without Bugs, There are No Gardens
July 28, 2022 – 8:35 pm | Comments Off on Without Bugs, There are No Gardens

If you want to make your garden “buzz” with bees and bugs, consider wildlife gardening.
Road Trips Gardeners know that some of the best gardens in the world are found in the United Kingdom. Of course …

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Floralia 2019 to Celebrate Pieter Bruegel
October 22, 2018 – 8:03 am | Comments Off on Floralia 2019 to Celebrate Pieter Bruegel
Floralia 2019 to Celebrate Pieter Bruegel

The 16th edition of Floralia Brussels takes place in the park and greenhouses of the castle of Grand Bigard (Groot-Bijgaarden) April 6 through May 5, 2019.
Grand Bigard is northwest of Brussels, Belgium, near the intersection …

The Flower Carpet in Brussels, Belgium
July 18, 2018 – 8:22 am | Comments Off on The Flower Carpet in Brussels, Belgium
The Flower Carpet in Brussels, Belgium

The top of this Road Trips Gardener’s bucket list? The bi-annual Flower Carpet on Grand-Place in Brussels, Belgium.
It’ll be August 16 through 19, 2018. This year’s carpet is dedicated to Guanajuato, a region of central …

Floralia Brussels
May 3, 2012 – 12:13 am | Comments Off on Floralia Brussels
Floralia Brussels

You’ll need to hurry, Road Trips Gardeners: Floralia, a flower exhibition ends May 6, 2012, at the castle of Groot-Bijgaarden, Isador Van Beverenstraat 5, Groot-Bijgaarden (Brussels), Belgium.
The park, which is about 14 hectares, incorporates nearly …

Flower of the Day: Grand Place
January 21, 2012 – 12:32 pm | One Comment
Flower of the Day: Grand Place

When spring arrives, the central square in Brussels, Belgium, is filled with flower vendors.
Even though, as tourists, we can’t carry home armloads of potted geraniums or masses of petunias for window boxes, we can buy …

Belgium’s Royal Greenhouses
March 24, 2010 – 11:50 pm | One Comment
Belgium’s Royal Greenhouses

The Royal Greenhouses in Laeken, Belgium (near Brussels), are open to the public for just three weeks. If you want to wander the six acres of neoclassical rotundas, domes and galleries, you need to get …