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This short video about design really got me thinking...about design, my garden, and just about everything I do.  I thought it particularly good for garden-makers....

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Today  we have two 'In the Garden' guests....I would like to introduce you to Amanita and Dashka (Amanita's creator).   Amanita it a percocious, plant-obsessed,...

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You've been reading her posts for a few weeks now, but you haven't actually officially been introduced.   Let's remedy that.  Here is a little...

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I am so happy to introduce you to my friend Andy Keys.  Andy's is a first-rate plant know-it-all and his first book (soon to be...

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I am excited to introduce you to Ethne Clarke the current Editor-In-Chief  of Organic Gardening Magazine.  Ethne has had a long and admirable career in...

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Luke Dixon is an apiarist, an apiculturist, a caretaker for bees - I call him a B-man.  His new book, Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities, published by Timber...

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signe persson melin design inspiration by www.pithandvigor.com
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Let me introduce you to Signe Persson-Melin, a Scandinavian ceramics designer whose creations I think will inspire you.   When I happened across her work I was...

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I just realized I hadn't even mentioned that the next issue of Leaf Magazine comes out next week?   It's been that kind of busy...

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I seem to never fail to find so many works of Environmental Art to be supremely inspirational.   Stuart Frost has created a series of works across...

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I am ready for the weekend....and then I am not....this is going to be one of those really, really, really long-feeling weekends, because next week...

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Roanne Robbins Lupine Field
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Can I introduce you to someone else?  Starting next week, Roanne Robbins is going to also be kicking off a new column here.  To help...

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So this is the big news.  I am officially taking on a whole variety of writers to help create fantastic content here.  I feel so...

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Here we go a Wassailing! (or  shopping or whatever other last minute holiday activties you have lined up!) - Here are few links to carry...

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Choosing a design hero is not something that comes easy to me , primarily because I can find something I love in most gardens and...

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Rich pomeranze daisy via www.pithandvigor.com
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I am so excited to introduce you to the first of a few guests I have lined up while I am away.  Rich Pomerantz garden...

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I am preparing an article about Zaha Hadid and her influence on landscape design for the trade publication Landscape (based in the Middle East) (if...

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Flowerona was created by florist Rona in Surrey, England with the sole purpose of celebrating all things flowers.  It's an interesting read and it's full...

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Art and design are funny things to observe. Are there ever really any completely new and original ideas?  I think probably not, but I'm really...

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Ok -- I am posting this here, just in case you missed it on Wednesday.  (I don't mean to leave anyone out!!) So, here it...

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There isn't an Andy Goldsworthy work (or even an Andy Goldsworthy copy-cat work) in existence that I don't adore.  There is something about bringing rustic...

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If you have been coming by here for a while you might have heard me talk about this before, but I'm going to say it...

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