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Rochelle Greayer

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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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The 7-step System to design A 

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Bulb planting and plant re-arranging season are here and the window to get stuff done isn’t long. The first frost here in New England could be this month (October) and the ground might freeze by the end of next month (November). After that – everything has to wait til spring. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀As bulbs go, I’m installing […]

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Rochelle Greayer using the stihl garden hedge trimmer form stihl

Here is a garden truth: good tools make good work. It is the difference between quitting in frustration and feeling so empowered that you start looking for new ways to put your delightfully easy tools to use.

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Daffodils

There are two similar sounding words, commonly used in the garden-making lexicon, that can get confusing. Naturalized and Naturalistic. The former is a term we use to say that bulbs (and other plants) will settle in and reproduce over time. They will establish themselves as if they were native. They will naturalize. Some bulbs, like […]

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Do you have childhood memories of May Day? I do. My husband does too – though he had completely forgotten about them until I asked. And all he could remember was that it had to do with flowers. I had to reminded him that it was the May 1st holiday where you did ‘ding-dong-ditch’ but […]

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Hey Guys!   As I’ve been planting lots of bulbs this year, many of you have been sending your bulb planting questions in DM’s and emails, and asking in my garden design classes, and I’ve even had a couple text messages (from those near and dear enough to have that #).  I thought I’d round them […]

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Cut it or keep it - Maintaining a new naturalistic garden

It’s that time of year when smart garden makers are winding down and turning their efforts towards “cleaning up” and “putting things to bed”. How to take care of a naturalistic design?

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