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Indoor Garden Design Ideas

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by Home Decorating Ideas on Dec 18, 2016

Homes Garden Ideas

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by Home Decorating Ideas on Dec 18, 2016

Stylish Small Garden Design

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by Home Decorating Ideas on Dec 17, 2016

The Side Slope: Mission Accomplished

My big garden project for this summer has been to turn the weedy slope that runs along the side of my driveway into a mixed planting of perennials and shrubs. This is a large area (almost 450 square feet) and it consists mostly of backfilled soil fro...
by Jean's Garden on Sep 1, 2016

The Entrance Garden: Lessons from the First Year

As I continue to slog away on year two of my front garden project, I thought it would be a good time to look at the results of year one’s efforts, particularly the two flower beds that flank the walkway from the front entrance of my house to the pa...
by Jean's Garden on Aug 2, 2016

Daylilies, Daylilies

Those who have been following this blog for any length of time will know that one of my favorite flowering perennials is the daylily (Hemerocallis). I’m not usually a big plant collector, but I make an exception for daylilies and love to add new va...
by Jean's Garden on Jul 28, 2016

2016 APLD Awards - III

photos: Matthew Cunningham - click to enlarge Landscape architect Matthew Cunningham (Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC) won a gold award this year from APLD for this urban property just outside Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA. The home is site...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 27, 2016

California Garden at The Huntington

The first time I visited The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, CA, in December 2014, the entrance area was a construction site. Things looked completely different a year later when I met up with fellow garden b...
by Bamboo and More on Jul 26, 2016

Greenwood Gardens - Betty Woodman Exhibition

Betty Woodman is one of the most celebrated ceramics artists working today, and six of her seven cast bronze and hand-painted garden benches will be on display from August 1- November 15, 2016, at Greenwood Gardens in Short Hills, New Jersey. The ben...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 24, 2016

This Is For You, Mom

When my parents were in their early seventies and my father had retired from his job in a steel forge, they sold their house to my younger sister and bought a mobile home in a nearby retirement park. This mobile home park really was park-like. The lo...
by Jean's Garden on Jul 23, 2016

New Test Garden: Hydrangeas

photo: Star Roses & Plants Hydrangea macrophylla 'L.A. Dreamin' (Star Roses & Plants) A new North American Hydrangea Test Garden has recently opened at Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich, MA. Heritage President & CEO Ellen Spear s...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 21, 2016

Oasis of green: Bowyer Japanese garden

The last garden my partner-in-crime Kathy Stoner and I visited during the Garden Conservancy’s Spring 2016 East Bay Open Day was the Bowyers’ Japanese garden in the hills of Orinda. After the artistic exuberance of Keeyla Meadows’s and Marcia D...
by Bamboo and More on Jul 20, 2016

10 PINCH-ME SWIMMING POOL MOMENTS

(via LifeStories Photography) It’s been hot and humid lately (as it often does in Atlanta by mid-July), and I’ve been on a swimming pool kick on Pinterest. Not only is the heat fueling this interest, but also the wanderlust of tropical se...
by Thou Swell on Jul 20, 2016

Books: The New Garden Revolution by a True Revolutionary

I can't remember how many times over the years -- at conferences, lectures and the like -- that I asked Larry Weaner when he was going to write a book. Finally, it's here: Garden Revolution: How Our Landscapes Can Be a Source of Environmental Change...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 19, 2016

Art-y Birdbath

What bird wouldn't want to take a bath in this? It's actually a sundial birdbath from Telescopes of Vermont. The birdbath is made of bronze, but it can be ordered in different patinas and finishes. The one pictured here is the most popular -- verdigr...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 12, 2016

Tranquil backyard paradise: Potomac Waterworks

I thought I would continue my coverage of the Garden Conservancy’s Spring 2016 East Bay Open Day, which I attended with fellow garden blogger Kathy Stoner of GardenBook. Not quite able to remember what day it had been, I started to look for my phot...
by Bamboo and More on Jul 9, 2016

In the Magazines July 2016

Landscape Architecture July *Conversation "interview" on wild landscape design strategies with Thomas Rainer (Planting in a Post-Wild World: Designing Plant Communities for Resilient Landscapes --(Timber Press-- and Margie Ruddick (Wild By Design: St...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 8, 2016

Update on the Front Garden Project

This is year two of my five-year (?) front garden project. The opportunity for my new front garden was created when I had an addition built onto the front of my house in 2014. The front garden  is a big project that involves creating a whole new lan...
by Jean's Garden on Jul 6, 2016

Vegetable Garden Design

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by Model Rambut Terbaru on Jun 9, 2016

Effortless summer style for entertaining in the open

The time for entertaining in the open has come - are you ready? What makes summer feasts even greater pleasure are the beautiful and easy to use tableware and accessories. Textured Glass Jug Kinver... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Trendoffice on Jun 7, 2016


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