Citrus canker is a common disease in New Orleans gardens, caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas axonopodis. The disease appears as lesions on fruits, leaves, and stems, causing defoliation. It causes…

Hello, plant people! It’s the end of summer and time for us to switch gears and prepare for Autumn! I know seasonal changes can be challenging for our health, so…

Here at Longue Vue, we strive to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Plant-based food is often served on bamboo plates (which will later be a great addition to our…

Federal marshals escorting 6-year-old Ruby Bridges into William J. Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans. African American History represents the perseverance and pride of history within the African diaspora. In…

Edgar Stern (speaking at a Dillard graduation ceremony) helped to found both Dillard and its teaching hospital. Although the founding trustees were segregated into black and white boards, Edgar served…

Gardener Chris Booth hauling harvested citrus Harvested oranges in Walled Garden. Gardener, Mario, setting up ladder to harvest citrus high in orange tree. Working in a garden has many perks,…

Taken from the Main House stairs, this photo shows the lower hall in the 1950s. Here is a photo from the Playhouse balcony the year a bubble machine was the…

The gardeners just spotted this newly-hatched baby eastern box turtle in the Discovery Garden!

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