Jeanne Grunert

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These are the Alsace villages you should visit

Located in the north-east of France, Alsace is home to stunning mountain scenery, vine-clad slopes and, of course, beautiful villages. Here are our …

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The 50 Most Romantic Paris Spots You've Never Seen Before

Just when you thought it couldn't possibly get any better.<p>Paris is often considered the most romantic city in the world—and it's easy to see why. There's the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the "I love you" wall, the Louvre, and the list goes on. And, while these these places will absolutely …

What Does SEO Success Look Like?

stokpic / Pixabay<p>Those of you who have read our book <i>Outside-In Marketing: Using Big Data to Guide Your Content Marketing</i> know that we take a dim view …

Imma Let You Finish, But Celine Dion Had One of the Best Fashion Shoots of All Time

Everyone else go home.<p>Celine Dion is still in Paris (thank goodness). Between her concerts and her incredible fashion moments (that have mostly taken place between her hotel and car), Queen Celine managed to sneak in a photoshoot on Thursday at the Palais Royal. She looked nothing short of amazing, …

Surprising Health Benefits from Eating Flowers You Didn't Know About

Edible blossoms and flowering greens have been used for centuries in dishes around the world to add a splash of color, aroma and delicious flavor. …

I harvested fruit in the middle of New York City

There's a whole world of fruit around you, if you know where to look.<p>Some people can't venture into the countryside to look for wild plants and …

The 8 Most Underrated Destinations in France

Thanks to a strong dollar, lower fuel costs, and more competition for Transatlantic routes, getting to Europe is about as cheap as it’s ever been. …

How Not to Look Like a Tourist in Paris

By Lily Heise, Condé Nast Traveler<p><b>How to greet someone:</b><p>Start off on the right foot by greeting people with "bonjour" (hello). It's not only polite to do when you're introduced directly to someone, but also when you go into a shop, when you're first approached by a waiter at a restaurant, even when …

France

A Little Paris Apartment with Big Style

(Image credit: Marianne Evennou)<p>This little Paris apartment (25 square meters, or 269 square feet) is proof, if you needed it, that living in a small …

Living Rooms

7 cultural faux pas travelers should avoid making in Paris

Like any other city, though, Paris has its customs.<p>We took at a look at a Quora thread that asked the question "What are some cultural faux pas in Paris?"<p>Here are 7 things travelers should avoid doing in Paris.<p>While "to go" does exist in the French language — à emporter — it doesn't have the same …

France

These Beautiful Turn-of-the-Century Seed Catalogs Will Inspire You to Start a Collection

They just don't make 'em like this anymore.<p>In our humble opinions, turn-of-the-century seed catalogs are actually impressive works of art worthy of …

Take a Tour of This Adorable Tiny House Village In Oregon

Tiny house villages are about to be the next big real estate trend.<p>Meet Zoe, Atticus, Lincoln,Savannah, and Scarlett. No, they're not people—or cats, …

What We’re Loving: Dresses, Dresses, & More Dresses

What do we love most about spring? It’s the perfect excuse to show off your loveliest frocks. Whether it’s a flowy maxi or fun-print mini, we’ve got a <i>ton</i> of options for all your brunching, picnicking, spring-adventuring needs. The dress obsession has never been more real, ladies. Ready, set, scroll.<p>…

#StyleforAll: Meet Njaimeh Njie

<i>This month, our curated collection of workwear is modeled by strong women of the Pittsburgh art world. Business as usual is anything but ordinary for these well-rounded gals, meaning a typical day calls for chic and versatile pieces that go from office to opening – all while exhibiting their unique</i> …

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Planting the Next Crop of Garlic

Everyone at the farm is busy completing our long list of autumn chores and tasks. The mild weather has provided a little more time to plant our bulbs, and get a head start on blowing and raking all those leaves.<p>Garlic is among the last crops we planted. Although garlic can be planted in the spring …

6 (small and beautiful) gardens for your home's entrance

If you love the idea of a fresh and welcoming garden for your home entrance, then the 6 tips we're bringing today may be just the inspiration you …

Gardening for Beginners: 7 Easy Steps to Taking Plant Cuttings

Gardening for Beginners: 7 Easy Steps to Taking Plant Cuttings<p>Updated on June 17, 2018<p>Making New Plants From Cuttings<p>Did you know that plants can be …

This Man Repopulated a Butterfly Species in His Backyard — and You Can, Too

He's singlehandedly brought the California pipevine swallowtail to his city.<p>Tim Wong was first inspired to raise caterpillars in elementary school, when his class raised painted lady butterflies. "I was amazed at the complete metamorphosis from caterpillar to adult," Wong told Vox in a recent …

Plants have a microbiome just like humans — and it could transform how our food is produced

Over the past several years, scientists have realized that the human microbiome — the catch-all term for the micro-organisms living inside us and on our skin — plays a key role in maintaining health. Our microbes, it turns out, can impact everything from weight to whether a person gets diabetes or …

Agriculture

Great Books for Teachers and Parents

There are many great books for teachers and parents out there, with new education books coming out almost daily. These are just a few unique …

5 reasons your lawn is going brown and what to do about it

Shutterstock<p>5 reasons your lawn is going brown and what to do about it<p>By | Posted Jul 18th, 2016 @ 9:03pm<p>This story is sponsored by Weber Basin Water …

Growing American Wisteria

Nothing says the South quite like a front porch shrouded in a springtime veil of lavender drooping wisteria. The sugary scent of this perennial …

Top 10 books about gardens

From theatres of social snobbery to fiery manifestos for rewilding, these volumes show that gardening can be sexy, scary and sometimes scandalous<p>The problem with most garden books is that they are written by gardeners. Gardeners have a habit of filling pages and pages with homework-sounding words …

Conserve Water in Your 'Smart' Garden

How many times have you seen someone’s sprinklers on during a rain storm? Or even worse, arrived home to find yours going while it’s pouring? I think …

Gardening

Massive new vertical farm will grow 2 million pounds of fresh produce each year

With less available land and more people to feed each year, we have a real problem on our hands, whether or not we all choose to acknowledge it. …

Bring Your Neglected Houseplant Back to Life

<i>For Architectural Digest, by Lindsey Mather.</i><p>Photo: Douglas Friedman<p>We've all been there: The houseplant that was so vibrant when you brought it home from the garden center is suddenly shriveled and sad-looking. Perhaps you forgot to water it, or watered it too much, or overdid it on the …

Japanese Gardens: Types of Gardens

Gardens have been built throughout history usually by the leading classes - aristocrats, monks, warriors, politicians and industrialists - for …

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How to Plan a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

You can learn how to plan a raised bed vegetable garden with my series on the topic.<p>Planting a raised bed vegetable garden offers many benefits. For …