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Original paintings by Rose Lucchesi's will be on display in Georgetown at jewelry designer, Bobbie Medlin this Saturday, March 31st from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. This is the first exhibition in two years for the talented artist.
Bobbie Medlin is at 2900 M Street. Tel: 202.333.2630
Keeping the cherry blossom trees blooming is a full time job for arborists and horticulturists working for the National Park Service. A typical life span for cherry trees in an urban environment is about 60 years.
Those first 3,000 trees from Japan arrived in 1912, so by the 1980's scientists were taking small cuttings of the original trees and using hormones to stimulate root growth and grow clones. In 1997, 500 new trees from the original line were replanted. Read more here.
To stress the importance of buying American-made furniture, House Beautiful Magazine will be in Washington, D.C. this week for their Color It Green Street Giveaway.
Follow @HouseBeautiful on Facebook and Twitter March 14th and 15th for hints on the location of the 19 designer chairs, from traditional armchair to Adirondack, placed around town. The first person who finds each chair gets to keep it.