Rochelle Greayer

Kathleen in Virginia

“I know so much more about planting design - what to consider, how to do it, how to organize it all, and I have the actual design started!”

Sandy in England

“without this course I would be stalled for sure! To say I am inspired is an understatement!”

ANDie in washington

“I love the concept of developing your garden style so that it becomes the guide for everything that is used. I look at my garden with a new eye.”

Georgene in California

“without the course I'd have a garden with way too many plants in a hodge-podge system at that.”

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I'm a garden designer on TV and IRL.  I'm also and author, entrepreneur and activist who thinks she can save the world by teaching everyone a little something about landscape design. 


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get inspired by rhododendrons

Relocating to New England from England about four years ago seemed, at the time, (and often still does) like the landscape equivalent of a chef moving from Paris to Poughkeepsie. More than anything, I get frustrated by the overuse of a relatively small palette of plants. The primary target of my irritation is the rhododendron. […]

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Ms. Waiters demonstrated yard sweeping in the yard of her neighbor, Ms. Cora  Robinson, the only person in the neighborhood who still swept her yard in the 1980s. 

The idea of a lawn free front garden isn’t the exclusive domain of water-worried environmentally minded modern gardeners… it was originally the very practical design of slaves in the south.  And as you can imagine, there are some very compelling reasons why these gardens can and should inspire us today.

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winter Snow blowing and garden paths by rochelle greayer at pithandvigor

If I had closer neighbors, I am pretty sure they’d be looking out their bedroom windows into my garden and thinking I’d lost my mind. I’ve been using my snow blower to make paths in the grass.  Is that weird? It is just that if I make a path, I am more likely to walk […]

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nathan pyle comic about predators

What did you get up to this week? Since resolving to write this post on a weekly basis (just last week), I have managed to slow time. That wasn’t the goal, but is certainly a welcome side effect.  Paying more attention, looking forward to creating this list, and then actually taking the time to write […]

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A tempest of Blackbirds from "1923" a zine of public domain treasures

There are things that I want to share – but that seem to have no place to gather.  I used to send them out in email – but I lose them in my inbox and I am sure you do as well.  So I am going to gather them here, hopefully weekly.  That way I […]

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  Dear Winter –    I’m so glad you are here – I’ve been conflating your arrival with the completion of a major home renovation project.  Thank the gods of makeovers, you’ve arrived a little early and we are moving back home next week!    I can’t wait to test out all the expensive new […]

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