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histroical picture of girl with english bull terrier via www.pithandvigor.com
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Please accept my apologies for being away yesterday.  The day was packed to the gills and getting online was ultimately not in the cards.  But,...

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What's in store for your weekend?  We have more puppy prep, some snowboarding and even perhaps some early spring garden cleaning.   Lots to do!...

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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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Happy Weekend Friends!   These links (and what they contain on the other side) have been inspiring me or on my mind all week.  ...

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What are you doing this weekend?  My parents are coming to visit -- cross your fingers that they are on one of the very flights...

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I am off this weekend to the New York Gift show.  It is my first time attending, so I hope to find some exciting treasures...

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As I am planning my spring seed purchases and plotting where they will be planted, I am also considering an advancement in my kitchen library....

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December is such a fun time with a myriad of online giveaways to celebrate the season.  Garden sites are in on the action and with...

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The Future Belongs to those of us still willing to get our hands dirty via www.pithandvigor.com by roland tiangco
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I tweeted about this poster earlier today, but I can't help myself, I have to post about it too.....it just makes me think... I love...

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Indigo Gardens just tweeted an excellent looking find - a book that I might just need to add to my library. Written by Ruah Donnelly,...

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Here in the US, all things garden related are, well...pretty much relegated to back corners in bookstores, and odd hours on high number channels on...

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willow tunnel
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You know what I dislike more than anything else in the garden? Play areas with some sort of swing set thing set in the middle. ...

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"We need to get to a point where a designer can say ' I don't know that much about plants' without fear of vilification." I...

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A few days ago, I posted about the book 'Shed Chic' (BTW the giveaway for this book is still going...you have until tomorrow night). The...

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I am so excited to be doing my first book review on this site.  (Like a real one, for a 'not yet released book').   My...

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Michelle emailed a few weeks back about a great garden design publication from New Zealand that she is really impressed with called Alfresco. I have...

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I am not sure I should write this post as I am a little emotional and unsure of my own ability to write about this...

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Forgive me please for being light on the daily posts the last couple of days.  I have been busy with a big event going off...

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If you are as sad as I am about the demise of Domino magazine (I am saving my last issue to read when my withdrawals...

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The Spoon Sisters is such a fun site.  They have all kinds of interesting gifts and gadgets including a healthy selection of garden-y items.  My...

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jeffery bale mosiac path via www.pithandvigor.com
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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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