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Noted: If You Have Room for Only One Fruit Tree … via Houzz

If You Have Room for Only One Fruit Tree … via Houzz Other by Azusa Garden & Landscape Supplies Monrovia Few things that you can do in the garden are more satisfying than growing your own fruit. But what if your space or time is limited? Based on my personal taste, and with a mild-climate […]

Noted: Beautiful Border via Pinterest

Beautiful Border Border of Nepeta racemosa ‘Walker’s low’, Salvia nemorosa ‘Ostfriesland’, Anthemis tinctoria ‘Sauce Hollandaise’, Anthemis tinctoria E.C. Buxton and Achillea credo with clipped Buxus balls in pots! “Noted” items are particularly good finds from my daily reading which I share via all my social media accounts.  Find more Noted/Shared Gardening items Read more on […]

Noted: Garden Room via Garden Gallery

 Garden Room via Garden Gallery  “Noted” items are particularly good finds from my daily reading which I share via all my social media accounts.  Find more Noted/Shared Gardening items Read more on this topic: Noted: The enigma of (Fredrick Law) Olmsted via Garden Rant Noted: A Beginner’s Guide to Photographing Flowers via Mashable Noted: Public […]

Noted: Create a Garden That Tells a Story via Houzz

Create a Garden That Tells a Story via Houzz Landscape by Charlotte Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Jay Sifford Garden Design An exceptional garden tells a story. The story can reflect the personality of its creator or tell about the land from which the garden emanates. A bubbling brook, birds chirping or wind rustling through […]

Noted: Y for Yucca via Crafty Gardener

Y for Yucca via Crafty Gardener Yucca or Adam’s Needle is a gorgeous, tall perennial, ornamental plant for the garden. It is classified as an evergreen shrub that doesn’t shed its needles and it doesn’t have a trunk. It likes dry and sandy soil conditions. A friend gave me 3 yucca plants in the summer […]

Noted: Garden Roundup: 10 Perfect Party Spaces in the City by Barbara Peck via Gardenista

Garden Roundup: 10 Perfect Party Spaces in the City by Barbara Peck via Gardenista You can make a party in the city just by hanging out on the stoop. But what if you don’t have a stoop? Maybe you’re lucky enough to actually have a city garden? Here are 10 great spaces on the east […]

Noted: Make Your Garden Come Alive With a Sense of Movement via Houzz

 Make Your Garden Come Alive With a Sense of Movement via Houzz Asian Landscape by Capay Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Facciuto Landscape Design & Construction An exceptional garden employs bold and subtle concepts such as rhythm, formal and asymmetrical balance, texture, shape and color to give it a personality. It speaks to its visitors […]

Noted: Before & After: A California Yard Made Easy via Studio G

Before & After: A California Yard Made Easy via Studio G Hey everyone! I hope all your landscapes are thriving with color and curiosity during this first week of summer! It’s been a beautiful June here in Wisconsin– lots of rain, but nothing a good rain jacket won’t take care of. The flowers are loving […]

Noted: New Ways to Think About All That Mulch in the Garden via Houzz

New Ways to Think About All That Mulch in the Garden via Houzz I couldn’t say any of this — I feel bad talking about it now, like I’m some sort of landscape backseat driving jerk for even mentioning my thoughts. It’s her house, her yard, her plants. But the mulch. The mulch. So instead […]

Noted: Advice on Canyon Farming From L.A.’s Vegetable Whisperer via Houzz

Advice on Canyon Farming From L.A.’s Vegetable Whisperer via Houzz Other by Palo Alto Photographers Brian W. Ferry Photography The edible garden is a thing of beauty. It’s personal, and like singing a song, there is no one right way to do it. Lauri Kranz is certainly getting it right. She’s been hailed as the […]