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Small slices of green, terrariums and indoor gardens can make the most overwhelming of city spaces breathable and calm. Cathryn Barmon a NYC bases artist...

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To design something so perfect for it's place is a true work of art. Sami Rintala and a group of students from Västlands Kunstakademie built...

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Local, homegrown, real food is my thing. In my spare time, I helped create a farmers market in my town - for lots of reasons,...

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To be planning your spring display (that is if you are in the northern hemisphere). I know this picture circulated the internet a lot earlier...

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I swear, the fact that Colorado is the second in our list is pure happenstance. I asked my 5 year old to pick a number...

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I first discovered Trilliums at the famous Lime Walk of Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent England. There, they were stunningly planted with a variety of...

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Native, Natives, Natives…everyone is talking about using natives. What is a native? To try and state simply, it’s a plant that is widely considered to...

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Better than a lounge chair this easily dragged lounge bed is perfect for austere or modern beach side resorts or hotels. I would love this...

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I have recently discovered the trove of interesting garden accessories at gardenboutique.co.uk and among all the interesting items, I am quite taken with these little...

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Garden Design mood board - inspired by the exotic romance of the toad lily
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I called the last of my Romantic Plant inspired inspiration boards "Exotic Romance" Based on the Trycirtis (or Toad Lily) which are mostly native to...

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cow bone paving www.pithandvigor.com
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The international competition: 'Best Private Plots 08 – Die besten Gärten 2008' is being held for the third consecutive year. Awards are in recognition of...

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Venus Fly trap inspired garden design mood board
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As promised last week, here is the first of the 'other' two inspiration boards for gardens related to romantic flowers.... (The first being inspired by...

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Relocating to New England from England about four years ago seemed, at the time, (and often still does) like the landscape equivalent of a chef...

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Design New England Cover
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A few months back I was asked by the lovely editors at "Design New England" Magazine to be involved in creating their 'selections' section that...

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I must share with you this excellent inspiration board that our own Emily did. She imagined it as a rooftop garden but but it could...

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Bamboos are a huge design trend but installation can quickly become prohibitively expensive as running bamboos need to be contained and that involves root barriers....

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I found them!....the pictures of the unique landscape lights at Tivoli gardens in Copenhagen. The posting the other day about the 'lotus lights' reminded me...

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Mac Carbonell created The Flowerbox Building on the lower east side of NYC in 2007. It is a remarkable inspiration particularly for any building that...

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hospitatlity and hotel garden - 6 ways that hotels can green their landscapes
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As I look around there is an ever increasing wealth of information on how to be more carbon neutral, sustainable and generally more responsible to...

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aluminum bamboo planter from inner gardens
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It is so rare that garden containers make me take the little gasp of air that implies my immediate recognition of something special. Inner Gardens...

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mandarin oriental hyde park terrace garden
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The Mandarin Oriental in London recently opened the ‘Park Terrace’ offering open air dining in a chic English garden setting. By all accounts it is...

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