Garden Blog Of The Month

YOU GROW GIRL was launched by Gayla Trail in February 2000 and has grown into a thriving project that speaks to a new kind of gardener, seeking to redefine the modern world relationship to plants. This contemporary, laid-back approach to organic gardening places equal importance on environmentalism, style, affordability, art, and humour. The project’s aim…

Garden Blog Of The Month

My City Is A Garden has become one of my favorite blogs. Between all of the awesome travelogues and the sumptuous photography, this is a blog that will keep you coming back month after month…

Misc Musings

Despite an inherent disregard for monocultures, this story of West 8’s experience working with Schipol airport, from the latest issue of the journal Scenario, is really, really interesting! Click Here To Read The Article

Garden Blog Of The Month

Wife, Mother, Gardener  Simple and Elegant is how I would describe this blog of Julie Witmer.

In Progress…

Big League Trees is the title of my latest series now showing @ wallflower 3000.

Garden Blog of the Month

Not Another Gardening Blog Without question one of the best blogs I’ve come across this year. (Although it would be a lot easier to navigate if the ‘Insert More’ tag–ie. ‘continue reading’–was utilized for longer posts.) Enjoy!

Horticultural Face-Off

RAINER v KINGSBURY aka: MASS PLANTING  v  INTERMINGLED PLANTING Earlier this year I discovered Thomas Rainer’s blog Grounded Design. I was genuinely pleased to have made the find and promptly made it known in one of my own blog postings. Some months later, in May, Rainer wrote a truly erudite post about Noel Kingsbury in response…