If you want something timeless in your outdoor area, natural stone should be front of mind. Limestone in particular is a resilient material that has been used around the world for centuries and is still incredibly popular today. Renowned for its soft colour palette and relatively durable nature, limestone has a multitude of applications for indoors and out.
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This garden design took the challenge of a sloping site and transformed it into a tropical, green oasis
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT
Edible plants tend to be thirsty, but it is possible to grow healthy, flavoursome veggies without over-taxing your water supply
Roots of orange
One of the most popular and health-giving of veggies, carrots are a must for the garden and the plate
Heart of stone
What’s more beautiful than a material formed over thousands of years by nature?
GET A ROOM!
Since living, working and entertaining at home is becoming the norm, exploring the creation of outdoor “rooms” in our backyards provides plenty of scope for imagination
A combination of formal, fun, and cottage, this delightful garden in Brisbane mixes it up with magnificent results
That’s just one of the many names for the large, luxurious berry we know and love as avocado
TWICE AS NICE
This home boasts dual entertaining spaces that work in accord with the interior living rooms
WHICH PLANTS, WHERE?
Australians are fortunate to be able to buy some of the best indoor plants in the world, with enthusiastic and clever plant breeders and nurseries making a fantastic and interesting variety of plants available to excited indoor plant lovers
Designed by Garden Life and builtby Good Wood, this inner-city courtyard required big thinking-design to fit into a small space
Colson Whitehead Subverts the Crime Novel
In a country born of theft, everyone is an accomplice.
TECH COMPANIES PLEDGE BILLIONS IN CYBERSECURITY INVESTMENTS
Some of the country’s leading technology companies have committed to investing billions of dollars to strengthen cybersecurity defenses and to train skilled workers, the White House announced Wednesday following President Joe Biden’s private meeting with top executives.
Pioneers and Planters in Central and South America
Our Leaders on Mission
Marsha Robinson is the Communications department publications coordinator for the Church of God of Prophecy International Offices. She is the managing editor of the White Wing Messenger, Mensajero Ala Blanca, and Le Messager a L'Aile Blanche. She is an ordained Church of God of Prophecy minister and actively works as a community chaplain.
COVID-19 may have made a future pandemic more likely. Is Biden making the right moves to protect us? What experts say about lab leaks, bioterror—and politics
‘BATTLING A PANDEMIC IS A SPECIAL KIND OF WAR'
To create the leadership we need to fight biological threats, look to the military’s example
CREATING UNBEATABLE PARENT-INSTRUCTOR TEAMS
“IN A TRADITIONAL MARTIAL ARTS SCHOOL, PARENTS AND INSTRUCTORS BECOME AN UNBEATABLE TEAM HELPING SHAPE CHILDREN FOR THE PATH TO SUCCESS.”
TV's White Guys Are in Crisis
They’re no longer the main characters, but they’re still around. So what happens to them?
Breaking the Charmed Circle Of White Wealth
Harvard told its real estate developer it needed to bring in Black and Latino investors
BIDEN: ‘KILLING PEOPLE' REMARK WAS CALL FOR BIG TECH TO ACT
President Joe Biden tempered his assessment that social media giants are “killing people” by hosting misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccines on their platforms, saying that he hoped they would not take it “personally” and instead would act to save lives.