March 12, 2017

One of the banes of maintenance is having to listen to leaf blowers in your own or a neighbor’s yard. The deafening sound that seems to go on endlessly is distracting and in some cases nerve racking. There is no doubt that the practice of using hurricane force wind mak...

February 25, 2017

In garden setting as opposed to a "landscape" setting, the scene is just a contrivance and thus gives the designer licence to be as expressive with plants as he or she can. The goal is to make the combinations of plants as dynamic as possible through the use of contras...

February 14, 2017

The stepping stone path is a delightful element to have in the garden. They can expand and contract in size and morph into a sitting area if needed. They can also help lead the eye to other parts of the garden that may be hidden around a corner of evergreen shrubs evok...

February 1, 2017

   All too often in domestic gardens the edge is a monoculture of one species of plant and harsh edges.  The vision can be lost in the dismissal of the details, and the overall look is flat.

  The good news; there is a huge variety of herbaceous woodland...

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