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2019 - New York City Street Tree Map via kottke.org
2018 - Brighten Up Your Technology with these Red Camellia iPhone Cases, Laptop Bags, Laptop Skins, and Much More!
2018 - Silver Succulent — Follow Me On Instagram!
2017 - Don’t Touch via Instagram
2016 - Bougainvillea bracts #flowers #plants #bougainvillea #nature #outdoors #garden #gardenersnotebook via Instagram [Photo]
Also from 2014 - Summer in the Garden: Fiskars Garden Tools – Some of my favorites
Also from 2014 - Subscribed 52: Growing Wisdom with David Epstein
Also from 2014 - Garden Alphabet: Ficus benjamina
2013 - Photo: Wild currants
2012 - Elsewhere: Garden Tool Storage example from Pinterest


Noted: Get a Cool Garden Look With Gray and Blue Plants via Houzz

Get a Cool Garden Look With Gray and Blue Plants via Houzz

Landscape by Other Metro Photographers David de la Luz

We can do a lot with foliage. We can emphasize movement, create mystery or highlight a garden feature. Through color, foliage can also generate a mood. Blue and gray plants can recede to make way for bolder, brighter hues. But on their own, these silvery shades calm our gardens, and in the heat of summer evoke airy or aquatic settings. See how to grow 14 plants that calm with color.

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