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How to Ensure Your Spring Garden Looks Even Better Next Year

Are you ready to take your garden to the next level? Spring is here, and it's the perfect time to check on your flowering bulbs to ensure they are...

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Gardener’s Critical Moments When to Focus on Colors

Garden owners have two critical moments in their life regarding color in their planting areas.

They happen when:

  1. you start planning a new...
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How to Brighten Up a Partially Shady Garden Area

When I visited this site for the first time, I was fascinated by its proximity to nature. You would see a seaside bay through the strip of...

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An Early Flowering Evergreen - Oregon Grape Holly

Evergreens are valuable in the garden. Especially the ones that flower. However, there are only so many that you can use in the colder climate. One...

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Colorful Garden Structures: A Look at the Red Garden

When it comes to garden design, we often focus on the plants and flowers that make up the garden. But what about the structures that form the...

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Making the Most of Your Garden in the Winter Months

In the previous blog post we wrote lists to look back, learn and prepare for the new growing season.(Did you finish the exercises we did last week?...

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Boost for the Next Gardening Season: Look Back to Move Forward

It's cold outside, and your garden is hibernating under snow. You long for all things green - the thriving plants and the burst of growth.

It's so...

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3 Things that Affect Your Garden's Color Scheme

The winter gives us a fantastic opportunity to think about the colors in our garden. White snow or a neutral palette of dark soil and brown...

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Get Ready to Planning Your Flower Garden

The garden view might be serenely peaceful, but I'm busy in my office like a squirrel preparing for winter.

I have been measuring, photographing,...

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First Frost in the Garden

When the bright autumn colors have faded, nature relieves a new color palette in elegant shades of brown, from beige to dark chocolate. There are...

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A Dry Stone Wall from Inspiration to Landscaping

It was a still, grey day. The clouds were hanging low, water dripped from the eaves, and fog lingered around us. The grounds were empty, almost...

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The Most Low Maintenance Plants for Your Garden

I remember when I had filled our garden with the same plant species that thrived in my parents' garden.

Big mistake!

I wasn´t...

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