I’m filing this under – Things I Wish I Had Done Last Fall. I love me a good flowery mead and given that I have a dead front lawn, (soon to be revived this spring)- this would have been all the easier.
I never thought about how much more effective it would be to roll back the lawn to achieve this effect. No, I rather daftly dug little individual holes with a bulb planter. Duh….So much simpler this way.
Now I am all inspired for this coming fall….or perhaps even this spring before the new lawn even takes hold!
I’m curious — are you the type of person who loves this look (the sort of weedy lawn) or would you view this as a complete denuding of grassy perfection? I’m really curious — because there truly is two sides to this in garden world…and none is more right…but I find that when I meet a new client, this is a huge indicator of what kind of landscape they will ultimately want and be happy with.
Completely controlled nature (or as much as possible), or a willingness to encourage things going off on their own (or look like they did)? What kind of gardener are you?
Sometimes when you take a closer looks at something, the true nature of a beautiful piece of art can simply take your breath away. Certainly this beautifully textural image of a blackbird’s nest is an interesting and striking piece, but on closer inspection, you see that it is really a stunning mosaic of stone, bark,…
Simple, sturdy, texturally beautiful and nature made, stumps are a great inspiration for a variety of garden ready products. Stump Pouf Cottonwood Cast Stone Stump Fire Pit Light n’ Go Cocktail Party Fire log The Stump Cooler Stump Chunks – Eco Fire starter from aged shredded stumps
Whoa – it’s February already!. That really snuck up on me! January went by was faster than a collection of short and cold days have a right to. I think its time to catch up from the beginning of the year….from when we were in beautiful southern California. I’ve pondered the best way to tell…