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Hey There! I’m Rochelle Greayer. I’m a garden designer on TV and IRL. I’m also an author and entrepreneur who thinks she can save the world by teaching everyone a little something about landscape design.

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6/11/2009

Wow! Thanks! Welcome!

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 that people are interested in hearing what you have to say and, even better, engaging in the conversation. I feel like this week might go down in the Studio ‘g’ record books as the beginning of something big. It started on Monday – when I was able to put my hands on a copy of Worcester Magazine to see that yes, in fact, Sprout was right, my Adventures in Urban Gardening post had been largely reprinted in that publication. Welcome Worcesterites. Heading home, I went to the bookstore where I picked up the June Issue of the ASLA’s Landscape Architecture Magazine. Daniel Jost wrote a great article this month about bloggers and I was featured along with some other very talented and exciting bloggers in the Landscape industry. On Tuesday, I was able to log on and take a look at the online version of an article I wrote about design inspiration which, I have to say, I am quite proud of. It is in Landscape Middle East (click here to see it and then page over in the online magazine to page 42).
Yesterday marked my biggest traffic day ever….by alot. Late last night I discovered that much of that extra traffic is coming here from a post on Apartment Therapy!! (Today is my Birthday, and I am considering that my first birthday gift – Thank you Apartment Therapy – if you ever want to talk gardens and landscape inspiration you know where to find me!).

Wild peonies in Sibillini National Park, Umbria, Italia. by by Bev and Steve (On the road to Alaska)
image by Bev and Steve (On the road to Alaska) Wild peonies in Sibillini National Park, Umbria, Italia.

Welcome all you new visitors, I look forward to seeing you around more. And finally…for those of you here in New England, I am excited to tell you that next Friday, I will be helping to build a garden that I designed for Hope in Bloom and Chronicle is going to cover the whole story. I will let you know when that airs as soon as I know. Isn’t this is best birthday week ever!!

I am on a roll people…I am feeling so lucky and blessed…Anyone know what the Powerball is playing for? Didn’t some young cowboy just win? Oh-well – I still think I need to road trip to New Hampshire to buy a ticket.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!

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  1. Sprout says:

    If you were boring, we wouldn’t be here! 😉

  2. Ann Marie says:

    Congrats and Happy Birthday! Your blog is lots of fun to read. So glad I found you. 🙂

  3. cindy eichhorn brozicevic says:

    Happy Birthday Rochelle! Good week!!! congrats 🙂

  4. K-Line says:

    Happy birthday! Have a great (sunny) day.

  5. louise garwood says:

    Yay! Rochelle, sounds like the continuation of a wonderful and haappy world! Thank you for sharing your inspirations with us. Your blog is always great- , as you say- well informed, thoughtful and FUN!
    Happy Birthday

  6. Sheila H says:

    Happy Birthday to you! I’m glad I found you too. You are fun to read and you provide me with lots of inspirations. Thank you!

  7. fresh365 says:

    Wow! Congrats on the excellent news. And happy bday!

  8. Meryl says:

    Happy Birthday! I too am so glad I found your blog. I’ve been reading for about two weeks and can’t get enough, and I’ve been telling everyone I know about it. I read Apartment Therapy but really wanted an Apartment Therapy for Gardens/Landscapes. I’ve found my fix, and I’m really looking forward to using some of the ideas I’ve found here for my garden this year 🙂

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