Perennials

Making a small garden seem Big

May 16, 2008 Joe organic gardeningPerennialsSmall Garden

Creating distance in a small garden can be a challenge, but by creating a view that focuses your eye will help. I often take pictures at odd angles to promote different views. The more layer that you can see creates more and more depth.

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Spring time, Looking a little Blue

May 4, 2008 Joe PerennialsSpring Garden

Wow what a wonderful plant for your garden. Forget-me-nots, they keep on coming back giving a wonderful blue glow to the early spring garden. Making a look of water with the blues white and an occasional pink. They will be showing off their color for about two weeks. If you don’t have some in your […]

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The Suburban Garden Retreat

June 24, 2007 Joe Bonsai treesGardeningorganic gardeningPerennialsUncategorized

Grapes, pineapples, ginger all on the garden path. Four grape vines and some supplies from Home Depot…. now it is a summer retreat. Shade in the middle of the day is a great place to work on Bonsai Trees. With just a little work and some design planning a suburban garden retreat can be created […]

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