April 2018 Plymouth Magazine

In the April issue check out the flower lover's haven that is Orchids Limited.

Capturing the perfect shot of lightning can require some work and caution. Troy Brantner had set up on a bridge over Medicine Lake during a thunderstorm to get this shot.


Now that their first restaurant—Rock Elm Tavern in Plymouth—is well established, co-owners and longtime local friends Troy Reding and Brad Sorenson are soaring into new territories.


A fixture in the community since 1959, the Plymouth Lions Club has consistently contributed to charitable causes.


The Minnesota Water Garden Society, which marked its 20th year last summer, exists to help people enjoy water gardening. The society’s biggest public-outreach event is in an annual tour of metro-area gardens.


Alongside melting snow and budding trees, the Primavera Arts Festival is a sure sign that spring is on its way. The annual event, a collaboration between the Plymouth Arts Council and the city of Plymouth, has been held each April for over two decades—this year marks its 22nd year.


Most artists dream of seeing their art hang in galleries. Lisa Seltzer wears hers every day. The Plymouth resident got her first henna done 10 years ago and she’s been hooked since then.


Jason Fischer knows orchids well — he's been around them for most of his life. His father, Jerry Fischer, opened Orchids Limited in 1978 as a small orchid nursery in Minnetonka.


The issue of climate change feels daunting to most, something too big for any given individual to have an impact upon.


Art for Kids from Abrakadoodle


Mary Ellen Becker’s training as a master gardener helps her answer tough questions about plants and more.