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This week has been a wild one and I want to thank you all for it. As a blogger it is most satisfying to know...

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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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Have you ever imagined what your favorite bloggers might sound like if you had an actual conversation with them? In my recent blogging course, I...

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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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Some months ago I discovered Margaret Roach's blog, A Way To Garden, about her beautiful upstate New York Garden and loved it. But it has...

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This modern patio shows you can make some great impact with inexpensive materials.  Like corrugated metal piping... I think that is one of the best...

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I am thinking a lot about inspiration and how and where it comes from. I am working on an article for Landscape Magazine (Middle East)...

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I am always interested to learn of a new (at least to me) landscape designer that creates unique and magical gardens. I was reading Chis...

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Deborah Silver has a new blog called Dirt Simple (which is great and worth a visit) -- and she recently mentioned Butterburr in a post....a...

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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 am so excited to find some great videos about some of them most amazing gardens and gardeners in the world. The series has 13...

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I have had the most up and down crazy ride of a week.  Maybe it was a March thing (in like a lion, out like...

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I am taking inspiration this week from Vulgare.net.  You should head over for interesting posts that capture images of landscapes and landscape art from around...

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I wanted to share a couple of my new favorites with you.  I am adding them to the blog roll over there on the bottom...

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Pebble Mosaics are garden art that like shell mosaics, celebrate natural materials that may be locally available.  I love the idea making a garden 'carpet'...

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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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My Urban Garden Deco Guide is this week's blog of the week.  I am so excited about this site because Anne Robert - a Paris...

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How I did not know of this place before now, shames me.   I have been to CA so many times, but never to wine country,...

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So many beautiful notebooks for my garden notes....I think these are better for my client meetings than for mucking about outside.   Cartolina Notebooks are stunning...

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As a regular reader of many other blogs, I love that Apartment Therapy created an award that helps other bloggers to get some recognition for...

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Bruce Munro does amazing things with lights.  Consider this, his current exhibition at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK covers an area of 60 x...

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