Graphic designer Nemuel DePaula’s flower truck, Lenita by Grita, has become his lifeline during COVID-19. His motto: ‘Stop and smell the flores.’
One more victim of this pandemic: the Pasadena Showcase Home. Typically, 35,000 visitors traipse through the home to see the latest in on-trend design. This year? The fundraiser is all online.
Here are things plant lovers can do this month and next, from holiday shopping to classes in fall planting, in and around L.A.
From Greene & Greene to Richard Neutra, this year’s reimagined Craftsman Weekend allows architecture lovers to revisit familiar sites in new ways.
The 2020 holiday season is going to be a bigger challenge than usual. Here’s how to celebrate on the cheap and make new memories while staying safe.
The No. 1 reason people kill their orchids is they overwater them. An expert offers tips on how to keep them alive.
Maybe your first-ever victory garden wasn’t a smash success this summer, but don’t give up now. Fall is prime planting time for edibles in Southern California, a more forgiving time with fewer demands for water or worries about scorching your plants. Now is the time to plant berries for spring harvest as well as a lush palette of greens, root crops, peas and brassicas for harvest throughout the winter.
Many Latinx lifestyle brands in Los Angeles are inspired by cultural identity. They are also largely female. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know.
Jamie Renee Williams turned a tiny strip of dirt outside her apartment into an edible garden. You can tour it online during the LA Design Festival.
Want to turn your living room into a jungle? These hanging plants are a good place to start.