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I find Barack Obama to be dominant, ambitious, and outgoing. The Koa Acacia was once the same in Hawaii. Historically used for canoe making, it's...

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....and tongue of dog, Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting, Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth boil and...

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My Modern Masters series is leading me to find all sorts of new sources. I have seen Elena Colombo's work, but never realized who was...

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Lets see, what do we know about Joe the Politician.... he is widely praised for his confidence and outgoing style....natives that come to mind are...

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An emerging trend? I discovered both of these within days of each other. This sculpture is by modern artist Mark Hall and available through the...

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I pride myself on going off the road of predictability....shunning ubiquity and liking things sometimes just because other don't. I go to great lengths to...

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Like the senator, the ribs or inward fiber of this singular plant are quite hard and tough and it can store enough resources to live...

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I just discovered a great blog and website called the Kiwi Jetsetter. They have tremendous amount of information on hotels and travel worldwide and they...

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Jesus Moroles has over 2000 installed works worldwide and is unparallelled in his field. He works in granite and primarily on large public installations but...

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I love these lights! They are pretty in expensive, so you could fill you a hot tub, pond, or pool fairly easily (or stick with...

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I can't begin to think about Alaska without my mind going to our current presidential race. So I'm taking Sarah as inspiration for other Alaska...

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Tom Chudleigh has a personal goal..." My personal goal is to produce 10 - 15 spheres and hang them all in a large area of...

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This pool is me. I wish I could say I designed it because it so perfectly appeals to my aesthetic. Called the most beautiful pool...

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There are too many choices in the plant world, and it is so easy to loose focus which is why limiting your color theme always...

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An Ode to Mowing
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I live outside of Boston, though I can't say I am really a Red Sox fan - I hope my neighbors won't make me leave...

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The Janus Et Cie catalogs are filled with amazing high quality products photographed to create completely engrossing, landscape designer eye candy. I could praise so...

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I love Callicarpa-- I first discovered it used in a wreath that I bought many years ago. The berries are so beautiful, I thought they...

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The Redbud is universally loved and is one of the best spring flowering trees. It is used by Native Americans in basket making because its...

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I know of just a few artists that are living that create landscape art that I want to celebrate. I hope, through writing this blog,...

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The berries get me every time. Little bright red beacons that draw me closer. Winterberry, loaded with bright red berries on slender twigs is one...

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Last week the Sagamore Hotel was sold and will presumably undergo extensive renovations to bring it up to the vision that Tom Varley, vice president...

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