Container Gardens

woodland caontiner garden inspiration via www.pithandvigor.com
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Can we all agree that this would be a wonderful new trend in container gardens?  Woodland inspired containers -- not just a mixed palette of lichens,...

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Ok - forget it -- I'm officially done wishing for snow.  And since we have had so little, let's just skip past the fun of...

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populating the helebore cutting path by jgruen www.pithandvigor.com
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I have been thinking about a little woodland patch right outside my living room window. Last year, I planted hellebores and sweet little epimediums and...

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What are you doing this weekend?  I am participating in an ancient ceremony tonight....as part of another new Studio 'g' column.  I am excited to...

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I am charmed by the idea of dressing up container plantings -- both inside and out -- with little villages. These houses from Ontwerpduo in...

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Today I am excited to share Roanne Robbins' first post in her new Studio 'g' series.  We are calling it Snippets and it will be...

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All season I've been refraining from writing about garden-y gift ideas. I'm just kinda tired of spending money on holiday stuff (I'm mostly done shopping...

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As I write more every day and continue to morph from plain old 'Landscape Designer' into 'Landscape designer/writer/ editor/ Magazine founder' I am increasingly fascinated by the...

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This is my internet way of registering support for Ikea to bring the Annorlunda collection to more stores than just the Belgium based centers. Like...

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I am not terribly partial to looking though garden gadget catalogs.  Yes, I know that there are lots of tools that could help me to...

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Do you agree Wabi Sabi is trendy?   These recycled tin cans decoupaged with pretty wall paper are perfect for creating of Wabi Sabi Style.  Wabi-Sabi...

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This post can be parked squarely in the category, of look, but don't touch (at least if you are in the USA). I can't find...

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I hope it is not as obvious to you as it is to me, but I have been wholly un-inspirable this week.  Was it the...

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I meant to share this with you ages ago....but when I didn't get to it right away (like last year valentines day), it seemed untimely. ...

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I have recently been receiving lots of packages (I love packages).  My little people don't love it so much, they are used to the heady...

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You know how succulents are all craze?  Yes, I definitely love them as much as the next person, but my rebellious nature gets the best...

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Did I mention that its April vacation week?  Can you hear the strain in my voice?  Yes, its a lot harder to lead my normal...

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geometric garden globes www.pithandvigor.com
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I'm thrilled to start the week with introducing you to Wyatt Ellis.  A few years back  Wyatt translated his day job as a welder of...

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Last fall I saved a bunch of beautiful red geraniums thinking I would replant them this spring (they still sit in a garbage bag outside...

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You know, most people think of something else when we talk about container gardening.  Made from living plants this creation by John Millman is an...

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I have been wanting to experiment with willow whips for making planted garden features like tunnels, walls and fun things that the kids might enjoy. ...

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