Unfortunately, I was not able to find out anything about this interesting-looking house.
I love this quiet photo: “Porch of old house at Monroe St., Mobile[, Alabama],” taken November 4, 1941, by Charles W. Cushman.
This post on Gardenista is about houses painted black, but I like the way all of them are incorporated into their natural landscapes.
And GardenHistoryGirl has an interesting post on what we mean when we talk about ‘natural’ and “beautiful nature.”
Please take a look at View from Federal Twist’s fall photos of the Federal Twist garden — just gorgeous.
Jean’s Garden explains here why your favorite plant may have had one name last year and has another today.
Francophiles can catch up on gardening news from France at Our Grumpy Gardener, a blog of French News Online. If you’ve already starting to think about Christmas, the blog Réparons & Re-Parons Noël has good ideas for handmade decorations.
If you would like to see more of the photographs of Charles W. Cushman, click here for a series of images of New York City in the early 1940s.