Monthly Archives: November 2012

King Tut’s Gold Garden

On November 29, 1922 King Tut’s tomb was opened and it’s golden treasures were finally  revealed to the world.   So in honor of this historic event, I thought it would be nice to share some of Crabtree Gardens’ golden botanical … Continue reading

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Milkweed pod wreath

This beautiful natural milkweed pod wreath was designed by my friend Sue Boyle. A while back she asked if our wildflower meadow had enough milkweed pods to share with her for a decorating project she had planned and I assured … Continue reading

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Silhouettes and Structure

Today is the day that my friend Tamara is going to publish her blog.  I’m very excited for her and can hardly wait until it’s ready.  Her passion is interior decorating and she uses many nature inspired pieces in her … Continue reading

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Grounding

While on a women’s retreat in October I had a chance meeting with Angela Preat, a yoga instructor, who had a winning smile, calming voice and subdued demeanor, someone I wanted to become friends with. I learned that she was … Continue reading

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Bespoke Sign

One day while paging through Issue 174 of Gardens Illustrated magazine, I was drawn to a colorful illustration that spread across two pages of a story about herbs.  I saw that it was designed by Hannah McVicar a famous English … Continue reading

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Blogger Awards

I have been lax in posting this information partially due to not really knowing what to say. I was recently nominated for two blogging awards, but have not been able to follow up on either of them. I’m very new … Continue reading

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