Garden Travel

Walking through the rose fields at rose story farm.
Posted by Rochelle |

I can hardly believe that one year ago today, I (with my family) sat on the streets of Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena, CA and took...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

We've been in Belgium for two weeks now - filling our time slowly with the treasures of the region.  We are staying in Brugge, and...

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This little video just knocked my socks off. It is beautifully illustrated and oh so clear....it is based on this poem: TANT DE FORÊTS… Tant...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Whoa - it's February already!.  That really snuck up on me! January went by was faster than a collection of short and cold days have...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

We left our down coats in Colorado and flew to warm California last night and these beautiful cut flowers greeted us in our hotel. (This...

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coneflowers by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
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The staff at Uncanoonuc Mt. Perennials are so nice, they just smile sweetly even when they have no idea what you are yammering on about....

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Are you traveling this month?  I hope so - we all need a break every once in a while. I'm giving August a theme this...

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  So here is the deal...I am finally, (FINALLY!) (after years of telling myself I should) attending a conference for bloggers.  Oh -- and as...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

I have a couple invitations for you today --The first is for Boston locals and the other is for garden bloggers. I'm going to be...

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Posted by rodney eason |

Shortly after we moved to Maine last fall, a blog post from Gardenista showcased the nursery called Snug Harbor Farm in Kennebunk. Once I saw...

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vertical succulent wall via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer |

Trust me when I say that you should forget reading this post and just hop directly on over to Succulents and Sunshine.   Cassidy Tuttle stumbled across the most...

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Are your phlox blooming yet?  In new England we are not quite there yet....but in Japan, well that is a different story. This is Higashimokoto...

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urban physic garden via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer |

Do you know what a physic garden is?  I have to admit that until I attended design school at the Chelsea Physic Garden, I had...

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Should we take a little blogland trip to France?  Lets. Have a wander through the Alchemist's Garden which is in Provence and is featured on...

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The Chelsea Flower Show is wrapping up today and for the first time in a long time ever I am not terribly excited to write...

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If you are anything like me, your compost heap is a work in progress.  It is an effort in pure do-gooder hopefulness.  Mine has been...

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The medals have been posted for the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show.  There are lots of great gardens to share, but I am going to start...

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It's Chelsea time! I'm so excited to be pulling together a week full of coverage.  I'm not able to be there in England this year,...

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Robert Tatin Garden in France
Posted by rochelle greayer |

I'm off this afternoon on a SouthernCalifornia adventure, but before I head out I have a something I have been meaning to share with you...

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NYC High LIne Garden by Rodney Easo n at www.pithandvigor.com
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As the NCAA Championship is slated for Monday night (I will not be watching because a) we got rid of cable television and b) there...

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This is the fifth week of a six part series on some of my favorite gardens based on their design combined with use of plants....

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