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Noted: Make Your Own Tranquil Garden Fountain via Houzz

Make Your Own Tranquil Garden Fountain Contemporary Landscape by Walnut Creek Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Huettl Landscape Architecture Versailles. The White House. The Taj Mahal. Each has an outdoor space with one thing in common: a water feature. The sound of running water instantly brings a sense of relaxation to any setting. And while […]

Noted: 4 Simple Steps to Grow a Hundred Pounds of Potatoes in a Barrel via Green Upgrader

4 Simple Steps to Grow a Hundred Pounds of Potatoes in a Barrel via Green Upgrader Container gardening isn’t only for savvy urban gardeners and folks with limited space to grow, it can also be for folks who want to maximize their yields in a controlled environment. Not only does growing potatoes in a barrel […]

Noted: Planting Seeds Is Easier With Garden Row Markers via Our Little Acre

Planting Seeds Is Easier With Garden Row Markers via Our Little Acre As a garden writer, I receive a number of garden products to try in my own garden each year, some new, some not. I enjoy doing this because in some cases, it allows me to try something I’d never heard of before and […]

Noted: Great Design Plant: Ceanothus Pleases With Nectar and Fragrant Blooms from Houzz

Great Design Plant: Ceanothus Pleases With Nectar and Fragrant Blooms Mediterranean Landscape by Portland Media & Bloggers Kate Bryant The evergreen wild lilac (Ceanothus sp) is one of a handful of distinctive and iconic plants native to the U.S. West Coast. Nearly impossible to grow outside of California, Oregon and Washington, it thrives where summers […]

Noted: Give Your Garden an Industrial Edge from Houzz

Give Your Garden an Industrial Edge Traditional Landscape by Spokane Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers TERRABELLA, inc. True gardeners know that their spaces are never really finished. They are in a constant state of flux. Plants sometimes grow larger than the nursery tags lead us to believe, voles devastate a beautiful bed of hostas, an […]

Noted: Great Design Plant: Blackfoot Daisy for Prettier Dry Ground from Houzz

Great Design Plant: Blackfoot Daisy for Prettier Dry Ground from Houzz Other by Phoenix Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting Daisies will brighten up any landscape, and blackfoot daisy is no exception. Despite its fragile appearance, this low-growing perennial flourishes with little water in areas that experience bitter-cold winters, while also thriving […]

Noted: 11 Japanese Maples for Breathtaking Color and Form via Houzz

11 Japanese Maples for Breathtaking Color and Form via Houzz Contemporary Landscape by Bainbridge Island Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Bliss Garden Design The mere sight of a well-grown Japanese maple evokes mental images of tranquility and mysticism unlike any other plant. These versatile trees are equally at home in the courtyards of a weathered […]

Noted: A Secret Garden in the Middle of Regent’s Park in London by Kendra Wilson from Gardenista

A Secret Garden in the Middle of Regent’s Park in London by Kendra Wilson from Gardenista Usually secrets don’t stay secret for very long. That’s why I was genuinely worried that my “secret garden” in central London would be gone, ruined, or not secret any more, when I went back after an absence of nine […]

Video: Valley Carpenter Bees from The Earth Minute

My friend, Keri, over at Animalbytes.net, has some great footage of Valley Carpenter Bess on her blog and video channel, The Earth Minute. I get the same types of bees in my garden, but I haven’t recorded such good footage. I need to try harder now. (SMILE) Read more on this topic: Elsewhere: Cooper’s Hawk […]

Noted: 10 Easy Edibles to Grow in Containers from Houzz

10 Easy Edibles to Grow in Containers from Houzz Patio Growing vegetables and herbs is so tempting, especially as the weather warms up. Who doesn’t want to wander out in the garden and pick the freshest, ripest edibles for the next meal? But it can feel like it’s just a dream if you don’t have […]