Gardens

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My garden parties just got a whole lot prettier.  Bongenre plates are melamine...which is so much better than hauling my indoor dishes outside.  There are...

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I recently read an article in a local magazine about a problem that I have myself.  What to do with all the pots?   I have...

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I found this on Inhabitat this am too.... HSBC bank created this pool for advertising on their website...highlighting global warming issues. I love the idea...

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Bruce Munro does amazing things with lights.  Consider this, his current exhibition at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK covers an area of 60 x...

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I am on this stream of consciousness thing this morning...creative optimism leads to optimistic color leads to color charts.... Anyway, a couple of color related...

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I read this morning that Pantone, the "global authority on color," has selected Mimosa as the color of the year for 2009.  What color is...

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This post has been a few weeks in the works...at least bouncing around in my head.   I am feeling surprisingly optimistic and I am wondering...

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At the gallery on Thursday, I ran into a friend (Russ Schleipman) who I want to introduce to you for a couple of reasons.   First,...

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I know...I have alot of these...and I promise I will talk about other things soon, but tick-tock...Christmas is coming. A quick look through the kinsman...

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garden boutique product picks
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Garden Boutique has a huge range of great garden gifts, but I picked a few favorites. The BRITISH WOOL METAL SPIRAL provides birds with materials...

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Why not a hammock?... these hammocks from Via Nativa are beautiful.  I love that they have a whole collection of child sized hammocks too.  (see...

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I am so close to being done with my shopping...I can almost taste it... I have been working at for a while...my big cc bill...

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Did you know that bees are really struggling...I mean worse than most.  The Brummer is the amazing result of a thesis study of architecture and...

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I have found it....the perfect christmas gift for the person who has it all. Created by Bill Sorich.  There is only one available...so if you...

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This post goes out to Amanda at Kiss my aster...(thong, gardening) The legendary Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach has re-opened.  Morris Lapidus designed the curvilinear...

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Craig at Ellis Hollow just made the most interesting posting that I think you hotel owners/ developers and property managers that (hopefully) read this blog...

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I live in the woods, which can take a little getting used to...in a gardening sense....I must learn to love shady acid loving plants, which...

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Martha Stewart has some great holiday light ideas.  My favorites are the the lanterns made from snow and ice and the giant icicles for the...

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I always notice the landscape.  I have lived all over the place and the landscape or the products of it are always what I remember. ...

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I am intrigued by the desire to build vacation places where conditions are considered unmelcoming. Is this, by necessity, the wave of the future? Have...

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When I lived in London, my flat was not too far from a store that I always found inspiring.  R.K. Alliston is inspiring for its...

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