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Wednesday Vignette – how the winds blow

This week, I visited a client whose garden underwent an instant change over an afternoon, when two mature Sequoias in his and his neighbors’ back yards were struck by lighting. In addition to the complete alteration of the landscape, both … Continue reading

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Bloom Day – January 2018

While most of my garden looks rather torn up at the moment (making lots of muscle heavy, time consuming changes that take me forever), there are some things worth noting. Although Christmas was indeed a white one, we’ve had a … Continue reading

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Tardy Foliage Follow-Up – September 2014

Okay, so it’s been a horrendous summer – at least from the perspective of a heat-sensitive Swede. Fall couldn’t come soon enough! Looking around the garden, it is apparent that I have not been the only one suffering. So many … Continue reading

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Love those trees!

Originally posted on The Creative Flux:
November 2, 2010 As most people hopefully know – other than the obvious need to curb our own greed and short term gains-philosophy,  the plant world is our greatest ally in combating our rapidly…

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