Gardens

Posted by Rochelle |

Gardens are inextricably linked to the people who tend them. It is a deep relationship, where one depends on the other. In every issue, we will take a tour...

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Trends on Trial: Vertical Wall Gardens: An Urban Oasis or a Recipe for Architectural Disaster? for PITH + VIGOR
Posted by Rochelle |

Opening Statement: Green walls are not new. French botanist Patrick Blanc has been popularizing green walls by building awe inspiring, hydroponically fed, wall structures since...

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Posted by Rochelle |

DATE: September 13, 2014 TIME: 53 Minutes DISTANCE: 43 Miles TERRAIN: New England Coastal Farmland (Dartmouth, MA) Soft early fall light draws me outside; the...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

It feels so good to have the pergola mostly finished (we still have to stain it but we've relented...that just isn't going to happen until...

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Posted by erin lang |

Hello everyone! Are you guys getting ready for fall cleanup? The leaves are at about 50% peak in Southern Wisconsin- I think the change in...

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setaria palmifolia by Katja Schulz
Posted by rodney eason |

*sort of When I say sort of, I am alluding to the fact that this plant that looks like a palm is not really a...

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Posted by erin lang |

Whenever I'm sifting through the depths of the internet in search of a great makeover, I like to look at the before photo and decide what...

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Posted by erin lang |

The end of summer is drawing near and we're losing sunlight fast. The kids are back in school and some of you guys are probably...

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sporobolus Prairie dropseed at the highline garden
Posted by rodney eason |

Walking through New York city brings to mind a unique combination of good and bad smells. Cooking onions and sausages from street food vendors, fresh...

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Posted by erin lang |

I always appreciate the thought that goes into all these great makeovers we feature on Studio 'g', but some of my favorites are the ones...

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Posted by erin lang |

Last week I was delighted to read an email from a Studio 'g' reader named Mark who had sent along a few photos of his...

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midnight marvel hibiscus www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rodney eason |

Which plant is literally on fire in our garden right now? Hibiscus 'Midnight Marvel.' I admittedly ordered this plant on a whim when we needed...

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Posted by erin lang |

One of my favorite things about writing the Before & After series here on Studio 'g' is that I get to read all kinds of...

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Posted by erin lang |

Last spring I received an email from a reader named Dana of Catnip and Mint who was in the process of creating a beautiful new...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Since seeing this container planting over on Garden's Illustrated's website earlier this summer, I have been all sorts of obsessed with mini meadows in pots....

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Posted by erin lang |

Yesterday I opened my inbox to find an email from Danny Cullerton from Aristata Land Arts. She sent along a series of before & after...

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Posted by erin lang |

For this week's Before & After I have a lovely front yard transformation that I found over at Foodie is the New Forty. This sweet...

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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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Posted by erin lang |

Just a quick write up this week, but I think you'll love the photos- I found this front yard update over at a blog called...

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Posted by erin lang |

Hey everyone! I hope all your landscapes are thriving with color and curiosity during this first week of summer! It's been a beautiful June here in...

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Posted by erin lang |

Every time Drea and her husband Alex peered out of the window of their South Florida home, they were  met with nothing but this unsightly...

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