Regional Gardens

After Garden Makeover - Colonial House in Yucatan Mexico.
Posted by Rochelle |

There are so many ideas to steal from this interesting hospitality project in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. The building that received a garden makeover is a historical...

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Posted by Rochelle |

I spotted Phillip Nixon's Garden in Apartment Therapy last week when they referred to it as an "Indiana Jones Oasis".  (oddly, IMO, because nothing about this...

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Asters, Helianthus, grasses and hydrangeas combine for a beautiful fall garden - Austrian Garden Tour
Posted by Rochelle |

My plants have just about passed on for the season.  The last of the leaves are strew across the lawn with only a couple still...

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OsterGRO urban rooftop farm in Denmark
Posted by Rochelle |

The simple fact that such a bounty can come from a pile of dirt on top a building inspires me to no end. Gardening is...

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@doyoutravel in montserrat spain
Posted by Rochelle |

I spent a week in Barcelona this summer and now I have a new top five favorite European cities list.  It now goes like this -...

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Le Riad Jasmine pool marrakech morocco islamic pool garden
Posted by Rochelle |

I've got to scratch an itch - my travel itch.  Today Marrakech, Morocco is enticing today... tomorrow it might be Sweden - it doesn't matter...

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Posted by Rochelle |

Nestled in Lincoln, MA, one of Boston's quietest most rural-feeling (though not actually rural) suburbs, the Decordova museum and sculpture park brings contemporary outdoor art to New England....

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Garden Tour of La Colombe d'Or image by by Bernadette Marie via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle |

It's Wednesday and I find it hard to believe that just four days ago I was in Provence, France. I wish I was still there....

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Olivia Mew art for hudson valley seed library packet via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle |

Being a garden blogger has its perks...free plants and seeds.  Every year, the packets come in, some I purchased and some from suppliers who want...

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JARDiN DE SERICOURT BY Olivier Bacquet via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle |

I spent most of yesterday sorting out a computer upgrade, a messed up router and hanging with my little people (who had a holiday from...

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Camellias in full bloom at Middleton Place gardens. March 2015. by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by Rochelle |

Last week, the old south - specifically Charleston, South Carolina welcomed me for a few days while I got to know some new people.  I'll get...

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Mushroom garden plan
Posted by Rochelle |

After ten years of staring down a large pile of hardwood logs left for me after the installation of a new home septic system, I’ve...

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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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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 |

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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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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Posted by rodney eason |

I have spent quite a bit of time this winter thinking about garden design on the micro and macro level. There are several gardens at...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

I admit I am a little fascinated by past generations of beautiful socialites (I find these slightly historical characters far more salacious and interesting than...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Good Monday Morning! Watching the news this morning, I've got European vacations on the brain.  We saw the most recent news about Venice being under record high...

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Cast Concrete container garden inspired by the new england landscape by roanne robbins via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by roanne robbins |

A quote I think about when creating a container planting. "You just can't plant exotics in the countryside. They just jar. But in town, where...

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Posted by rochelle greayer |

Filled with ideas, this garden was inspired by the International Festival of Gardens in Chaumont, France (of course, why else do you go to these...

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