rochelle greayer

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Once upon a time, my shed/ chicken coop used to be cute.  But then I messed with it, and then I wrote a book and...

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My dad's latest engineering feat has been to install a hydroponics growing system in the spare bedroom of my parents home. Yes, they live in...

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AUGUST UPDATE:  I can tell you a bit more - This has to do with the Launch of PITH + VIGOR.  Your  tree drawing (along...

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This week I have been pulling together plans for a white garden to be installed this summer at a client's home.   I have been...

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I have so much to talk about today -- but first things first (we will get to the rest tomorrow). I want to share my...

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Greetings, Studio G Readers!  My name is Elizabeth, and I’ve been designing outdoor spaces for over 12 years.  I also have a background in production...

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gardening with a flamethrower www.pithandvigor.com
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I am still working my way thought the spring clean up and last weekend I focussed on the vegetable garden. It is a special kind...

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halesia tree by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
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This time of year is such a treat.  It is so full of beautiful flowering trees and shrubs that it is hard to take it...

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Whew,  this week has been a roller coaster.   The book is finally - FINALLY! -  done.  I quite happily spent a large amount of...

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My strawberries hate my strawberry tower. They literally run from it. Last year in my book writing garden absence, I let them run as they...

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I'm filling this vacation week with activities that I can simultaneously call productive (for me) and entertaining for my little people (it is spring break,...

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Yes! - I'd frame that.  I find the 'G' particularly nice and it reminds me of Colorado history and some of my favorite Laura Ingalls...

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...my book went up on Amazon.com for pre-order.  I found out from a friend who mentioned it in an email....I was taking a break from...

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As a designer I am not immune to creative dry spells - but the key to maintaining a steady stream of ideas is to know...

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This little video just knocked my socks off. It is beautifully illustrated and oh so clear....it is based on this poem: TANT DE FORÊTS… Tant...

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If you have been around here a while, you might remember the daily garden posts that I maintained a few years back (you can check...

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I hope you've had a great weekend.  Mine was nice, even if it was completely taken over by an elementary school production of Mulan.  We've...

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Planning for summer serenity via www.pithandvigor.com
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Unlike last summer where I sweated out writing a book, this summer I intend to enjoy my garden and coddle myself.  I'm feeling deserving and...

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ikeas ideas for a natural easter via www.pithandvigor.com
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Its in Swedish so you will have to allow google to translate for you but Ikea has some beautifully earthy ideas for easter on their...

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I have been meaning to share this arrangement for days now - but it (once again) has been one of those kind of weeks. The...

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Spring has sprung and thought quite a bit snow remains here in Massachusetts, I got some pruning in yesterday. Are you in the garden yet?...

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