Exhibitions & Events

garden by sandra miller via www.pithandvigor.com
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Sandra Miller is a remarkable photographer. Her images are a vivid colorful collection and perusing them feels like a walk through a designers dream candy...

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Wood and water garden idea
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I wanted to quickly share with you a link to Nan Quick's coverage of the 2009 Chelsea Flower show for the New York Shopping Diary. ...

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I love that the British public supports projects such as Future Gardens and the now defunct Westonbirt Festival of Gardens enough to make them at...

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What do you think of street art? I am all for it. It appeals to me on many levels...it is unique, subversive, eye-opening, competitive, mysterious,...

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Another Crazy Day lies ahead, but by June 1... things will have cooled a bit so I know I must make hay while the sun...

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Did you know that newlyweds on Indonesia's Java Island practice a centuries-old tradition of Planting trees during the wedding ceremony? The government encourages the ritual...

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Garden Design Unlimited has some great pictures of all the Chelsea Flower Show 2009 gardens.  If I were there, I would be making my top...

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Chelsea Flower show flower hats
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Everything comes up roses. I love the hats.... I laugh to think of this is as the London, England version of the Cheese-head. image by...

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Chelsea flower show 2009 best in show winner Ulf Nordjfell
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The medals were just announced at Chelsea and 'best in show' for Show gardens category was Ulf Nordjfell and his sponsor 'The Daily Telegraph'. A...

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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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Moments ago, one of my favorite clients just emailed me to see if we could create this.   I think she is joking -- but I...

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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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There are a million tips and tricks to making a show garden come to life for less than a week - but which looks like...

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Chelsea is just around the corner and being as this show changed my life, I feel this pull every year to be there if not...

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Do you know a bit about the significance of Stonehenge? While there are lots of mysteries about the site, one of the most interesting things...

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Yesterday was so eyeopening.  I loved having Stacy, Brian, Becky and Avery in my home yesterday.  They were the team that came from Better Homes...

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I am taking this blogging class for the next month that started Monday. Introductions are overwhelming as everyone has a a lovely blog and I...

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Is anyone going to the 'Festival of colors and landscape design' in St Petersburg Russia at the end of April? I would love to see...

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Okay - I know it is already Wednesday, but for the rest of this week, I am going to be featuring the work of Hope...

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It is not often that you get to actually meet and chat with people you admire and then find them worthy of the pedestal you...

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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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