Block Club Chicago: After 38-Foot Death Bloom Pushes Through Conservatory Roof, Maya The Agave Plant Is Laid To Rest

Even though a part of the "century plant" is being preserved, the plant's primary caretaker said it is hard to say goodbye.

Chicago Tribune: 5 facts about that giant Keith Haring sculpture on lakeside AIDS garden site

Five quick facts about the giant new Keith Haring sculpture installed on the North Side lakefront over the weekend:

Holiday Flower Shows Open at Garfield Park and Lincoln Park Conservatories on November 29

2019 HOLIDAY FLOWER SHOWS “INVISIBLE FORCES” & “ICE AGE” RUN THROUGH JANUARY 5 

Southside Weekly: Death and Rebirth at Big Marsh Park

Dancers and musicians invite the audience to meditate on ecological restoration

Danish Duo Announces Opening of Living Exhibit Composed of 10,000 Cabbages at the Garfield Park Conservatory

‘The Cabbage Patch’ installation is part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, which runs from September 19 to January 5

Only In Your State: Few People Know There’s An Illinois Island You Can Walk To

Few people know that there is a Lake Michigan island in Illinois.

Chicago Magazine: 2019 Best of Chicago: Walk with a View Northerly Island

The restoration of the former Meigs Field brings preurbanization habitats back to life while offering grand views of t

Chicago Park District Capturing Footage of Shoreline For Special Study

The Chicago Park District will capture footage of the Chicago shoreline utilizing drones, beginning tomorrow, August 20, as a first step in evaluat

Block Club Chicago: 38-Foot-Tall Agave Plant Begins Death Blossom At Garfield Park Conservatory After More Than 50 Years

The American agave, nicknamed Maya, blooms only once before it dies. And that's happening right now. Read  the complete story at:

Curbed Chicago: Cherry blossom trees in Jackson Park could finally bloom this week

The cold and snowy spring has kept the buds closed