“Fortunately, the person wearing the Rowdie suit has his own locker room next to the clubhouse, to which he can retire, cool down, and perhaps reflect upon his career choice.”
Sam Stall2 min read
How To Hunt And Gut Your Own Dinner … And Other Life Lessons From A Hoosier Kitchen Renaissance Woman
The former biology teacher lives on 25 acres in Roachdale.
Joseph Ball3 min read
Full Flower: An Artist’s Historic Brown County Gardens Bloom Again
A trained artist steeped in Impressionism’s celebration of plein air painting and vivid colors, Selma Steele brought a designer’s sensibility to the landscaping and planting of hillsides and meadows on the property.
Evan West2 min read
Hot List: Velvet Blazer, S’well Bottle, and Twig Terrariums
A blue-velvet beauty, a playful perpetual calendar, bobby pins as art, and more.
Megan Fernandez1 min read
Deborah Paul Wants the Ripe Stuff
No offense to our neighbors in Mexico or Chile, but I don’t want their produce, or anything grown upside-down in a hothouse. I want Mom’s.
Deborah Paul5 min read
Secret Garden: A Spectacular Northside Yard
A fabulous European-inspired garden in Carmel.
Laura Kruty7 min read
Root Awakening: Advice From Veteran Gardeners
Gardening advice from veteran green thumbs.
Zina Kumok7 min read
DIY: Home Classes and Workshops
Classes and workshops designed to grow your DIY know-how.
Summer Daily5 min read
Planted Shop Takes Root in Carmel
This new gardening and houseplants shop looks like the potting shed of your dreams with thick ferns and pretty urns scattered amid rustic work tables.
Lindsay Fisher1 min read
Indy DIY: Backyard Gardening Classes
From planting herbs in containers to becoming a master gardener, these sessions will help you discover your roots.
IM Editors2 min read
Ask a Farmer: Butler University's Tim Dorsey
Indiana has a notoriously fickle spring—so what should we be planting this month? This man has answers.
IM Editors2 min read
Natural Beauties: Indiana Native Plants
While some Indiana wildflowers can be quite showy, many of the blooms are more subtle than the hybrids bred to turn heads at The Home Depot; loving them is like looking past the prom queen and falling for the girl with glasses who reads poetry.