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Running out of containers for succulents?

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Tuesday, 20 February 2018 13:43

How to Take Charge of Color in Your Garden

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A future client sent me a note recently. Her car needs struts, the garden will have to wait. No, her garden will not have to wait !
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Garden Design begins in your head. Much to resolve ahead of choosing the first plant, type of stone
"How do adults recapture that feeling of joy that children get from play?" This is what psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi wanted to kn
Tuesday, 20 February 2018 01:22

Getting Ready for Spring!

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Bring your lawn back to life!

The winter months can be exceptionally hard on your lawn. The freezing temperatures combined

Monday, 19 February 2018 13:34

A Surprising Tool in the Garden

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Gardens begin inside your home on axis with key views.  Interior style and colors + exterior architecture are seamlessly combined, with historic templates, to create a vanishing threshold.  

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Week 9: Ruth – Succulent Seaside Scene




Garden Art from Recycled and Found Objects

Re-use, recycle and re-purpose to make unique and useful garden art with rustic salvage.

I make gadgets and gizmos and fun w

Give the Button Top pot a go this year.
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No need to go fancy a simple holly will suffice. Perhaps a groundcover conifer, pruned into the Button Top.
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Why are Button Top pots rare?
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Not into the Button Top? Rock


Jewels of the Xeriscape Garden; also known as Hens and Chickens plants

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Go organic!
by: Jacki

This is like asking how long is a piece of string.

All fertilizers are formulated differently, and with varying strengths, according to the actual ingredients. You ha

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