5 in 5: Phil Ross

Photo: Phil took a bare and bleak spot in his garden and turned it into this, bringing in colors and textures, plants of different heights, and a sequence that invites guests to keep exploring the view. I am grateful for Garden Twitter, and one of those lovely members is Phil Ross, so his is a … Continue reading 5 in 5: Phil Ross

WTF: Party in my shed, I guess?

Photo: This image is from earthsky(dot)org, but Falstaff is this fat and this smug, so it’s a good likeness. Our shed has been overtaken. The guests are uninvited; nonetheless, they won’t leave. We’ve tried to politely flicker the lights to signal the end of the party, to no effect. I’ll back up to explain that … Continue reading WTF: Party in my shed, I guess?

5 in 5: Jonathan Norman

For a new post series, I am conducting interviews with garden professionals. The idea is five questions with answers, that will take folks about five minutes to read. This one features Jonathan Norman, of Jonathan Norman Gardens (Twitter: @JonNormanDesign). Photo: This is one of Jonathan’s gorgeous creations, which looks as stunning as it does cozy. … Continue reading 5 in 5: Jonathan Norman

5 in 5: Alan Gardner

Photo: One of Alan’s beautiful and unique garden designs. For a new post series, I am conducting interviews with garden professionals. The idea is five questions with answers, that will take folks about five minutes to read. The first is with garden designer and all-around-creative Alan Gardner. (Twitter: @autisticgardner) Q: How did you get into … Continue reading 5 in 5: Alan Gardner

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