Trends

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Have you seen this video? I have now watched it and a couple others in the same vein about 50 times as I am preparing...

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The New York Times published an inspiring and uplifting article titled Fanciful Gardens Emerge in a City of Tan and Gray over the weekend.  I...

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I discovered these interesting bricks that are an exciting option for the landscape over at Urban Gardens (who found them via Yanko Design and IIDA)...

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1. Patterns, 2. Lily of the Valley, 3. Untitled, 4. 春だね~!, 5. friday's flower power, 6. Frond, 7. green in white, 8. TW Garden 09,...

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by Rubisco! I always get excited about firsts...big or little, I seem to note and remember them.   Every variety of tree or plant I have...

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I was so excited to take my little people  to see "Where the Wild Things Are" last Friday evening - though I had a little...

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Every sort of plant tag you can imagine is available through Botanique Editions.  And not just the tags but the pens to write them and...

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Do you remember discussing graffiti in the garden here and here? Remember I said it was going to be a trend...well I still believe that...it's...

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Yesterday was a bit rough, but Yahoo was eventually able to resolve the corruption that apparently was causing this site not to load.  While all...

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I recently read a post by Kathryn of Diary of a Smart Chick over at Houzz.  She created an inspiring if a little un-PC -...

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It is a huge trend in gardening. For generations, plants were placed in soil on the ground or in a pot. Period. But now, gardening...

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Do you think there is yet another little trend afoot? A trend for furniture that has a rainbow of color and a sense of 70's...

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The refrain, 'Make do with what you have',  is, in lean times is a reality forced upon many.  I am inspired by design that takes...

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What is is with men who can design beautiful interesting and inspiring gardens?....first it was Diarmuid Gavin...then James Wong... and now Brendan Moar.  Brendan Moar...

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I have been trying to pull together another fashion inspired garden...and then really I need to step away from the computer.....but... when Dana - my...

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Being blond haired, swimming pools have always come with a huge negative side effect.  The battle against green tinged hair is always a consideration for...

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I am fascinated by the design of the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills.  The hotel designed by among others Phillipe Starke is a fascinating break...

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foo dog for the garden
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Sprout home always carries interesting items and my visit to their site today turned up yet another great item. Yesterday I was talking about the...

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indian persian morrocan design inspirationf or the garden www.pithandvigor.com
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Ok - so I am coming clean, I lost track of this series somewhere around part 5.....and to be honest, I am not sure I...

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I love this idea for a meditative garden. Walking the labyrinth, this small space is so interesting and simple. This garden was designed by Beth...

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Radish topiary at chelsea flower show 2009
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All Week...right here...scouring the internet for the most fun and interesting Chelsea Flower Show pictures and tidbits. The fairly controversial Plasticine garden by James May....

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