Monthly Archives: March 2012

BOSKKE Sky Planters – Yea or Nay?

Without question, I say Nay to the likes of the Topsy Turvey Tomato Planter thingy. I simply can’t justify tormenting my tomato plants (for no good reason) by planting them in… Continue Reading

Kiss the Earth: Holi

We have finally made it. We have endured the grey skies of Winter and are stepping into this miraculous time of renewal, fertility, and regeneration, when we sow our seeds and… Continue Reading

Weekend Things

It’s almost St. Patty’s Day.  Which meant little to me until we moved to Boston. But now we will wake up early to be at the pub with friends and neighbors… Continue Reading

Doggy Water Bowls

My nice quiet mornings where I awake before my family and sneak to the dark kitchen, prepare myself a nice cup of coffee (in the dark) and sit down to write are gone.… Continue Reading

A South African Rockery

  You know, not all gardens start with a love of plants. Sure plants are important, perhaps even a requirement (some would argue) for a ‘garden’ to be a garden…but, as… Continue Reading

The Latin Series: F is for Flava

What does Flava Mean? I joke…. But seriously, now that we have done red (remember red = Coccinea) and blue  (blue = Caerulea), we are rouding out the primary colors with… Continue Reading

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  • The south of France is most foreign to my nosehellip
  • Loving these vintage vibes from Provence Wishing I was stillhellip
  • Hampton court holds a dear place in my heart Ihellip
  • I thought they were fake They were just so perfectlyhellip
  • Only a few more days until I return home Soakinghellip
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  • More Hampton Court inspiration I think it is rather Zenhellip
  • Just discovered my friend Stacys book page! Worth a followhellip
  • This Hampton court garden reminds me of past summer vacationshellip
  • Its hot! Here in Bostonlast week in Paris Though Ihellip
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