Mennen’s gravel garden has been evolving over the last couple of years. It is full of recycled treasures and what once was a space largely catering to her children, the updated and more sophisticated design is definitely more adult. (adult gardens certainly need tire swings hanging from acacia trees that provide obvious and generous room for a glorious sweep)
I keep flipping through the images of this deeply personal garden and noticing somehting new with ever visit (I love gardens like that!) — if you care to see what it was like before as well as a few more imagees of what it is now — make sure to visit the Gravel Gardener herself.
This is the obvious follow up to my last post…Where can I get that furniture? The Mondrian South Beach used Sixinch – an innovative polyurethane coated line of outdoor furniture that is both classic and contemporary. Sixinch won a “best in show” at the 2007 and 2008 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York….
Image By Marshall Drummond BSc. I read this morning that wild licorice root (Glycyrrhiza lepidota) sells to chefs for 70$ a pound. I think I need to know more about this native plant. How to grow it, how to cook with it and and how sell it for 70$ per pound. Image From details.
It’s February vacation and my favorite thing about that fact, is that I work, and I really love trying to get everything I normally get done – but instead of running around like a normal working mom-woman with her hair on fire – I now do it with with 2 kids in tow. It’s so…