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Looking Towards Spring…

Time to browse the seed catalogues, dream about the spring season and envision the property in the summer and fall. This year, I have a new home, which means more possibilities and chances to experiment. I am especially looking forward … Continue reading

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Pairing Plants, Site and Piece

Sculpture and the garden is a natural combination, one that offers almost endless possibilities.  Ideally sited, the background with its tone and texture and the quality of its light and shadow become an actual part of the composition of the … Continue reading

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Garden Ornament

Given the idea of directing the eye, and visually moving through a space, a well-placed garden ornament can provide accent and weight in a garden, commanding the eye to pause and take notice.  As we visually move through a space … Continue reading

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Landscape Violations

Does anyone remember hanging on every word of “Glamour Don’ts” when they were teenagers? That was the column in Glamour magazine relating to transgressions in fashion laws, which can still be found at http://www.Glamour.com. as “Don’t of the Day”. For … Continue reading

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