Powell Gardens

Arts & Culture
4:08 pm
Tue September 23, 2014

'Sheaves Of Wheat' Sculpture Leaves Plaza For Powell Gardens

Workers spent most of the business day on Tuesday removing the wheat sculpture on the old Kansas City Board of Trade building on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo.
Credit Laura Ziegler / KCUR

The iconic shafts of wheat and corn that have arched over the east entrance of the building that formerly held the Kansas City Board of Trade were pried off the wall Tuesday after a nearly 50-year running.

Workers with Belger Cartage Service of Kansas City – the same company that installed the art work in 1966 — spent the day wrenching loose bolts and heaving the 4,000-pound bronze sculptures onto flatbed trucks in the middle of Main Street on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo.

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Under A Harvest Moon
11:50 pm
Tue October 2, 2012

Chef Brings A Local Touch To Powell Gardens' Annual Benefit Dinner

Matt Bunch, horticulturist at the Heartland Harvest Garden, guides Chef Ted Habiger, co-owner of Room 39, and his staff on a tour of the gardens.
Julie Denesha KCUR

The fourth annual Under a Harvest Moon: A Farm-to-Table Dinner was held at Powell Gardens' Heartland Harvest Garden on Sunday.  The annual dinner supports children's educational programs in the gardens.

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Up to Date
2:40 pm
Wed April 18, 2012

Spring Gardening: Help Grow Your Green Thumb

There may be no controlling Mother Nature, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your garden to cooperate. But keeping your gardening blossoming instead of browning is easier said than done.

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