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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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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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It's the season to prepare for winter and here in New England, wood stacking can be an art. I am so inspired by Alastair Heseltine's...

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Rustic Thanksgiving Garden inspiration
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My Favorite holiday would only be better if I could eat it outside in a beautiful and cozy setting. I think it wouldn't be too...

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One of my personal design mantras is 'go big' and 'design like you mean it' - I mean really, don't be wimpy. Brian Mackin means...

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Ninagawa Mika is one of Japans most popular photographers. Her photos are beautiful looking things with acid colored plants, landscapes and flowers that I long...

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It's all over fashion...even my little people (ages 3 and 6) have clothing items with skulls, so it has to trickle over to the garden...

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Well, a couple hours turned into almost a whole day....I love my ISP or not.... Anyway, here it is, A garden fit for a Corpse...

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I don't have a Gothic bone in my body (at least I don't think so), but I think that good designers should be able to...

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My Modern Masters series is leading me to find all sorts of new sources. I have seen Elena Colombo's work, but never realized who was...

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An emerging trend? I discovered both of these within days of each other. This sculpture is by modern artist Mark Hall and available through the...

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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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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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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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Last week the Sagamore Hotel was sold and will presumably undergo extensive renovations to bring it up to the vision that Tom Varley, vice president...

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Small slices of green, terrariums and indoor gardens can make the most overwhelming of city spaces breathable and calm. Cathryn Barmon a NYC bases artist...

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Garden Design mood board - inspired by the exotic romance of the toad lily
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I called the last of my Romantic Plant inspired inspiration boards "Exotic Romance" Based on the Trycirtis (or Toad Lily) which are mostly native to...

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Venus Fly trap inspired garden design mood board
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As promised last week, here is the first of the 'other' two inspiration boards for gardens related to romantic flowers.... (The first being inspired by...

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Design New England Cover
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A few months back I was asked by the lovely editors at "Design New England" Magazine to be involved in creating their 'selections' section that...

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I must share with you this excellent inspiration board that our own Emily did. She imagined it as a rooftop garden but but it could...

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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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