Author Archives: rochelle greayer

Whether you have visited the south of France or just seen pictures you know how seductive those mounded purple rows… Continue Reading

I thought I would revisit an old post today.  Originally written back in 2008 when I first started this blog… Continue Reading

Coming off last week’s intense book editing jag, I am finding it really hard to get back into my rhythm… Continue Reading

I hope you have all had a great weekend. I hear the weather has started to warm in most places.… Continue Reading

I rarely go to bookstores anymore. I would if it was easier, but they are all at least a 20… Continue Reading

It’s time for my annual proclamation that this is the year we will get the woodchuck problem in the garden… Continue Reading

I came across this image this morning over on Old House Gardens’ page about forcing bulbs.   I’ve never seen such… Continue Reading

It’s funny to me how some things become so much more interesting when they are scaled down. Bigger is not… Continue Reading

I am sorry to be getting this up late, but I have been stumbling around trying to sort out all… Continue Reading

I hate Cleome. My disdain stems from a bad experience back when I was a baby gardener.  In my baby… Continue Reading

I’ve had a lot of new and exciting things going on this week.  I’ve been working on a trailer for… Continue Reading

  If you didn’t see my Apartment Therapy post about the inspiration for my table top garden, then you might… Continue Reading

As the winter drudges on, my patience for a lack of greenery has started to come to a head.  I… Continue Reading

I’ve got a couple hours before the weekend begins in earnest so I am trying to squeeze in some creative… Continue Reading

Whoa – it’s February already!.  That really snuck up on me! January went by was faster than a collection of… Continue Reading

Have you ever noticed how the wood in so many Scandinavian designed products is light and pretty?  Blonde wood and… Continue Reading

It’s January, Are you in planning mode?  Yeah, me too. I’m planning windbreaks and barriers, berry gardens, possibly some new… Continue Reading

Why Slow Flowers? from debra prinzing on Vimeo. Over the new year I had an amazing opportunity to learn first… Continue Reading

The holidays are over and I’m taking down the remaining christmas decorations this weekend.  The house always feels so bare… Continue Reading

What is it about blue flowers that causes such an obsession among plant breeders and gardeners?  I’ll confess my own… Continue Reading

Are you considering adding a deck to your garden?  What deck materials or finish is right for you? What is… Continue Reading

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