Before and After

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Designed and created by Homestead Fine Gardens in Rowley, MA.  I never cease to be amazed by how far great planting can go towards remaking...

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I hope you enjoy this series as much as I do.  This is Jackie's house and what it looked like before she ripped out the...

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Good Monday Morning!! I have this Quick little before and after for you...as well as some other posts....but I am starting easy... as I haven't...

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Are you a reader over at Andrea Bellamy's blog Heavy Petal.  She writes about urban gardening in Vancouver, CA.   It's a great blog.  I am...

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Maria Ahlbrandt had a vision for the reworking of a couple of ugly black pleather chairs.....and she created an inspired garden bench.  Silver paint and...

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Do you feel fall in the air?  Autumn is my favorite season, but I feel as if it is simply coming too soon this year. ...

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City gardens are always so intriguing to me.  The fact that there are so many things that are unchangeable and require addressing always seems more...

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I hope this before and after will inspire some heavy duty DIY.  This project is not for the light hearted, but these homeowners did a...

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Beth at Grows Green is a very talented designer and I love seeing the evolution and growth of her designs. This garden's brief included working...

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I would say that this is a typical, under loved entry way, but the makeover that this homeowner gave to the front of his home...

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floral fence fabric
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I am feeling a little harried and overwhelmed today (in addition to my normal craziness, the opening weekend of my farmers market is Saturday and...

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What is is with men who can design beautiful interesting and inspiring gardens?....first it was Diarmuid Gavin...then James Wong... and now Brendan Moar.  Brendan Moar...

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Looking for a great planter idea for 10$.....check out this project at design*sponge.... Created by chad at BaldManModPod.

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If you follow me on twitter, you might have seen some of my tweets a few weeks back about my TV garden premiere. (Did I...

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With all this rain, my own garden is in desperate need of weeding and mulching (no, I haven't had a chance to take care of...

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I love this transformation, largely because it is so doable. I have been studying this and really all the impact seems to come from plants....

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What do you think of street art? I am all for it. It appeals to me on many levels...it is unique, subversive, eye-opening, competitive, mysterious,...

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I am having a moment here with Shirley Alexandra Watts.  I am completely fascinated and intrigued by her work. She specializes in "cutting edge designs,...

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You must see this collection of Photos in the New York Times showing the real life makeover of the Grey Gardens property (former East Hampton...

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Charlotte Rowe is a garden designer who works primarily in West London (my old 'hood). Her style is modern but not spare as I find...

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I wanted to share with you a couple of Hope In Bloom gardens and their recipients. I love Susan's 'healing' Hydrangeas and Karen's 'peaceful' path.

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