By Helen L. Masin ITWPA Member I have found a place where I do not need to answer my cell phone, read emails or feel chained to my computer. Here I can savor the delicious tropical breeze coming off Biscayne Bay. Entering this green hideaway, I am serenely transported to a refuge where I can relax and enjoy its sights, sounds, and fragrances in slow-time. Fairchild Tropical … [Read more...] about Baobab Trees, Butterflies, and Blossoms: Nature’s Cure for Digital Overload
By Jeannine Haffner When spring has sprung in Texas, one fun way to enjoy all the glory of the season (and explore a bit more of this big state) is to take a day trip away from the hustle and bustle of the Austin area and visit the lovely and relaxing Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. It’s about a two hour and 45 minute drive from Austin. If you plan ahead, you can leave … [Read more...] about Take a Day Trip to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden!
By Jon Tanner ITWPA Member The Royal Botanic Garden in Australia’s most visited city is no secret. Last year alone, 13 million domestic and international visitors trampled its green 74-acre surface. The popularity of this showcase harborside garden is hardly surprising. It affords priceless views encompassing both the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. But the garden … [Read more...] about Bees, Art, and Surprises at Sydney’s Botanic Garden