condessa coffee by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com art by andrew catanses titled: Revelation in the Garden
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Two days in Atlanta at the Garden Writers Association conference are in the rear view mirror.  But before I forget, I want to share three quick...

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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....

JARDiN DE SERICOURT BY Olivier Bacquet via www.pithandvigor.com
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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...

Team Lab giant interactive flower dislplay. Contemporary art. Part of a discussion at www.pithandvigor.com about technology and gardens - interactive gardens.
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I'm headed to Orlando next week to speak at the Epcot International Garden Festival.  I'm excited, but still have to put final touches one of my...

Camellias in full bloom at Middleton Place gardens. March 2015. by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
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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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We've been in Belgium for two weeks now - filling our time slowly with the treasures of the region.  We are staying in Brugge, and...

coneflowers by rochelle greayer www.pithandvigor.com
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The staff at Uncanoonuc Mt. Perennials are so nice, they just smile sweetly even when they have no idea what you are yammering on about....

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Shortly after we moved to Maine last fall, a blog post from Gardenista showcased the nursery called Snug Harbor Farm in Kennebunk. Once I saw...

vertical succulent wall via www.pithandvigor.com
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Trust me when I say that you should forget reading this post and just hop directly on over to Succulents and Sunshine.   Cassidy Tuttle stumbled across the most...

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Are your phlox blooming yet?  In new England we are not quite there yet....but in Japan, well that is a different story. This is Higashimokoto...

urban physic garden via www.pithandvigor.com
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Do you know what a physic garden is?  I have to admit that until I attended design school at the Chelsea Physic Garden, I had...

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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...

Robert Tatin Garden in France
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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...

NYC High LIne Garden by Rodney Easo n at www.pithandvigor.com
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As the NCAA Championship is slated for Monday night (I will not be watching because a) we got rid of cable television and b) there...

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This is the fifth week of a six part series on some of my favorite gardens based on their design combined with use of plants....

Montrose - favorite gardens (rodney eason) on www.pithandvigor.com
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Tucked away in the town of Hillsborough, North Carolina, is one of the most charming and endearing gardens that I have ever visited. This special...

tennis court handrails at chanticleer garden via www.pithandvigor.com
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In case you missed the other posts (here and here), each week I am writing about one of my favorite gardens for their use of...

woodland rill beatrix ferrand Garden maine www.pithandvigor.com
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The second garden in this series is the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Garden. I first visited this garden in Seal Harbor, Maine on Mount Desert Island...

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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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  I discovered a fantastic new site for dry garden inspiration.  That Lambley Nursery and gardens in Victoria, Australia is on the other side of...

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Last week I was sorting through some of my old photographs. I came across this one from a couple of years ago on the High...