Gardens

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Jesus Moroles has over 2000 installed works worldwide and is unparallelled in his field. He works in granite and primarily on large public installations but...

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I love these lights! They are pretty in expensive, so you could fill you a hot tub, pond, or pool fairly easily (or stick with...

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This pool is me. I wish I could say I designed it because it so perfectly appeals to my aesthetic. Called the most beautiful pool...

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There are too many choices in the plant world, and it is so easy to loose focus which is why limiting your color theme always...

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An Ode to Mowing
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I live outside of Boston, though I can't say I am really a Red Sox fan - I hope my neighbors won't make me leave...

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The Janus Et Cie catalogs are filled with amazing high quality products photographed to create completely engrossing, landscape designer eye candy. I could praise so...

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I know of just a few artists that are living that create landscape art that I want to celebrate. I hope, through writing this blog,...

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Native, Natives, Natives…everyone is talking about using natives. What is a native? To try and state simply, it’s a plant that is widely considered to...

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Better than a lounge chair this easily dragged lounge bed is perfect for austere or modern beach side resorts or hotels. I would love this...

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I have recently discovered the trove of interesting garden accessories at gardenboutique.co.uk and among all the interesting items, I am quite taken with these little...

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cow bone paving www.pithandvigor.com
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The international competition: 'Best Private Plots 08 – Die besten Gärten 2008' is being held for the third consecutive year. Awards are in recognition of...

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Bamboos are a huge design trend but installation can quickly become prohibitively expensive as running bamboos need to be contained and that involves root barriers....

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I found them!....the pictures of the unique landscape lights at Tivoli gardens in Copenhagen. The posting the other day about the 'lotus lights' reminded me...

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hospitatlity and hotel garden - 6 ways that hotels can green their landscapes
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As I look around there is an ever increasing wealth of information on how to be more carbon neutral, sustainable and generally more responsible to...

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aluminum bamboo planter from inner gardens
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It is so rare that garden containers make me take the little gasp of air that implies my immediate recognition of something special. Inner Gardens...

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mandarin oriental hyde park terrace garden
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The Mandarin Oriental in London recently opened the ‘Park Terrace’ offering open air dining in a chic English garden setting. By all accounts it is...

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Trend #6 -Brown exudes luxury Brown as a feature in the landscape? Doesn’t that have a negative connotation (dead leaves, brown field, bare dirt)?  No!...

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2008 garden design color trends - green in all variations
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Trend # 5 - Green in all variations Green, of course green, it is the word of the moment; it exudes an air of health,...

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grey and shiny - color trend 2008 - chrysocephalum apiculatum
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Zara inspired me to take a look around and see what we could offer in the spirit of the 2008 color trends. Here are some ideas...

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A recap of HD Expo 2008
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There were quite a few events over the 2 days that I attended. These are my thoughts about each. Town Hall Meeting Looking back (and...

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