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Wednesday, 06 December 2017 14:04

Where Garden Design Begins

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Matisse, below. Didn't pay close attention to Henri until seeing several of his works at the High Museum in downtown Atlanta, Ga. Walking into 'his' space, seeing a work straight ahead, about 8 steps, knees/legs gave way, and I almost fell to
the ground.
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His piece was painted in a single plane.
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In the deepest parts of my soul, exactly how I lived in my home/garden. A single plane.
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Know where to begin your Garden Design? Answer, below. You begin inside your home looking out.
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Pic, above, here.
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More, there is something to bringing plants/flowers inside, below.

Delusions of grandeur
Pic, above, here.
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Though small, bringing a plant/flower inside imbues beyond any known scale.

Inspiring english cottage decor ideas 31
Pic, above, here.

Interior Design
Pic, above, here.
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In my house, below.

my living room, baby grand, double sofas, card table, chairs, chinoiserie screen door, bay window, wood floors
Pic, above, in my ca. 1986 home.

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Pic, above, in my office, our ca. 1900 home.
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I believe in Historic Garden Design rules, they allow you to be more you. Aside from making life more beautiful, easier, and beloved by Earth, Historic Garden Design rules are the original sustainable.
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Rules are meant to be broken.
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Rose bush, above, fake.
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Didn't want you to think there is a level of personal arrogance about live plants/flowers in your home.
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Garden & Be Well, XO T

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