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Sunday, 04 February 2018 09:24

Pets and your plants, what you need to know.

Pets and Your Succulents – What you should know

While we certainly don’t recommend succulents as a pet food replacement, most pose little risk to your pets. Animals instinctively tend to avoid eating most succulents, as they just don’t smell o

Sunday, 04 February 2018 17:09

Why Have a Garden or Plants Inside

How to write about putting a Garden Design together? Seriously, how? After several attempts, writing for my first book's publisher, beyond horrid, I knew what to do. Write about Garden Design in the same manner of every class I've ever taught

Those Hens and Chicks strike again...

What a treat to use these great plants for crafts; this Sempervivum globe is a one piece sphere, which was a challenge to figure out how to fill and

Sunday, 04 February 2018 00:14


You know it is the dead of winter in Michigan when the garden is a place to long for from afar. Most of my garden views now are through

Saturday, 03 February 2018 20:30

Top Tips for Spring Landscaping

If you’re looking to spruce up your existing landscape with updates for spring, now is an excellent time to plan.

Although we are still in the height of winter, in the month where we can have really chilly days and lots of snow, did

Saturday, 03 February 2018 19:03


"How do adults recapture that feeling of joy that children get from play?" This is what psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi wanted to kn

Sedum spectabile, Sedum telephium
and Other Tall Stonecrops

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The Perfect Combination of Rustic and Succulents

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Seattle Rockeries creates hardscapes and landscapes using stones, boulders and concrete structures.

Hardscaping creates structures that can be used on slopes and hills to prevent erosion and create water barriers or drainage.