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Maryanne The Garden
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A Filler No Garden Should Be Without
Wonderful filler plant Billowy Dependable Non - Invasive May to September  Sun to Partial Shade Grey Green Aromatic Leaves Purple , Lavender, White Blooms   Great companion plant for Lambs Ear, Hosta and Iris Bee Friendly Shearing flower spikes after initia...

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High Heeled Gardening
Popped over to  Urban Gardens  to see what was new, and as always  pleasantly surprise.  I   share with you................ HAUTE-COUTURE  GARDENING SHOES!!! for the "Fashionista Farmer" in all of us. You can see these as well as 160 other  "Killer Heels"  ...

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New Ideas for a Tradtional
Definitely a different take on your typical colonial home,  Matthew Cunningham chose to surprise us taking a modern approach to this renovation, one the average designer might not make Instead of the typical overly detailed overly landscape design most woul...

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Maryanne The Garden commented on a post on Blogger.
could anything be more beautiful than that kitchen!!!!!

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Ringing In The New Year
T hough I have not posted  as much as I would have liked to,  wanted to,  planned to,  and wished to this year,  it has been a GREAT design year for me. Not only was I able to offer E-Designs, I was able to juggle and design both in New York  and in France....

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Berries To Reconsider
carolynerohm.com When designing a garden I always add is what I call  "cuttables" , to any planting list I create.  Those wonderful evergreen boughs and berries we all seem to decorate with come the holidays. wikipedia  Nothing gives me more satisfaction th...

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carolynerohm.com When designing a garden I always add is what I call  "cuttables" to any planting list I create.  Those wonderful evergreen boughs and berries we all seem to decorate with come the holidays. Nothing gives me more satisfaction than being able...

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How A Garden Came To Be.
A s most of you know I offer e-design on a regular basis. I love the idea of being able to connect with clients  on the east coast as well as across the country and Europe. It makes for  interesting work ......as well as great friendships. Last year I was f...

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Time To Get Your Tulip On
W ith the back to school drama, a mere memory at best, and pumpkin, costume and candy picking just about to take center stage, now is the perfect time to dream big and start your spring tulip planning. Whether you are using a color blocked design or a singl...

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Thoughts.............
If  you would like to add a more Classical feel to your garden please contact me for further information at mwhite841@verizon.net
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