Trends

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Happy Firday! I have the most busy day and weekend ahead of me, so I am not sure I will be back for another post...

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"We need to get to a point where a designer can say ' I don't know that much about plants' without fear of vilification." I...

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Blue Trees? Red too? and White ones as well? What is it all about? Blue trees on Flickr recently caught my attention.... and I as...

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A few days ago, I posted about the book 'Shed Chic' (BTW the giveaway for this book is still going...you have until tomorrow night). The...

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I just bought a macrame hanger from modernmacrame on etsy. It will be the final touch in another bathroom makeover in my house. (will share...

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...but I find this worth a giggle...if not a bit of client education. Imagine the conversation The Creator might have had with St. Francis on...

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I had a really great time on Thursday at the Architectural Digest Show in NYC.   If you have a chance, you can still attend tomorrow. ...

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I live just outside one of the biggest college towns ever (boston) so I would expect more action - so to speak - from all...

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Clearly our collective conscious is becoming more aware of our climate and our own actions, but it seems that one translation of this is the...

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I keep a running list of ideas for posts and as I was perusing links that I wanted to talk about I noticed a little...

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What is a Locavore? Actually added to the dictionary last year, it refers to people who go to great lengths to source locally grown and...

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Wedding Cut Flower Garden Inspiration - 1. Retama monosperma #1,(Bridal veil broom) 2. ~Blushing Bride-Rose of Sharon~, 3. Blushing Bride Hydrangea, 4. Calla Lily 'Bridal Bliss', 5. 070108_astilbe, (Astilbe Bridal veil)6. Hosta 'Bridegroom' --- HostasDirect.com, 7. 052708_3, (Poppy Royal Wedding) 8. WEDDING FEAST, (Daylily) 9. Allison's Wedding (Daylily)
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Spring is coming and wedding season will soon be in full swing.  I am sensing a trend in this era of cost cutting and economizing...

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The second part of part 2  of my garden trends series (on grow your own) is posted over at Landscapedia -- go check it out. ...

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Garden Fireplace
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I read this article in the NY Times today about fireplaces in the garden.  They said that fireplaces are the poor mans swimming pool and...

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Project H Design is a charitable organization that supports, inspires, and delivers life-improving humanitarian product design solutions. Recently they applied their efforts to a Ugandan...

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Blended gardens are a trend arising from a desire to marry beauty and functionality.  It's cool to be able to say you grew something yourself...

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Mind Cafe has a little article about the mind that, interestingly, claims that Chartreuse is the most memorable color.  Far more so than red.   In...

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Do you know much about Shell House history?  I don't and I wish I did.  I have seen a few here and there, mostly in...

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We started out this series last week with the Eco-Boosting trend but I have found that I have so much to say that I am...

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Garden and Fashion
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Gardening is about to become really fashionable. With our growing earthy, green, return to our roots (all puns intended) mentality continuing to swell, garden inspiration...

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The 2009 season is starting to gear up, so I thought it would be interesting to re-visit the 2009 garden trend predictions from the Garden...

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