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Flower and Garden Shows

Color in the Garden – without the plants

by Rebecca Sweet
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You can always tell when people are sick and tired of winter when flashy accessories start popping up throughout the garden! This past week, while visiting Sunset Magazine’s test gardens and those of the San Francisco Garden Show, I was struck by the amount of vibrant colors everywhere. And also, interestingly enough, how the color […]

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Wordless Wednesday – The 2nd Annual Heirloom Exposition

by Rebecca Sweet
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Yesterday I met my good friend Patty Craft (with Horticulture Magazine) at the National Heirloom Exposition in Sonoma, CA.  What exactly is the expo?  Their website says it best:  The National Heirloom Exposition is a not-for-profit event centered around the pure food movement, heirloom vegetables, and anti-GMO activism. The show runs for 2 more days, […]

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Easter & Annuals go hand in hand

by Rebecca Sweet
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 I’ll admit it – I haven’t included annuals in a design in a long, long time. Maybe even never. I’m not talking about the drool-inducing annuals over at Annie’s Annuals.  I’m talking about the tried and true (some might say ‘boring’) ones that have been used over and over and over again. Now, it’s not […]

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The Art of Plants at the Spring Trials

by Rebecca Sweet
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Last week I spent a few days with Jeanette Sinclair (of Woodside Images) in Southern California’s charming little town of Santa Paula, visiting Ball Horticulture’s Spring Trials to see what new treasures they had to offer the plant world. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Spring Trials, Jeanette compares it to New York’s Fashion […]

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Harmony and Me

by Rebecca Sweet
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Many years ago I lived in San Luis Obispo, along the central coast of California, and loved visiting the tiny nearby town of Harmony.  And by tiny, I mean tiny! I found this photo the other day and it really struck home how much the word Harmony has been woven through my life since those […]

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Wordless Wednesday – Humor at the SF Garden Show

by Rebecca Sweet

Compliments of Ami Saunders, with Saunders Designs….

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Living Walls at Seattle’s Northwest Flower and Garden Show 2011

by Rebecca Sweet

Last week I attended Seattle’s fantastic Northwest Flower and Garden Show, and was thrilled to see so many different interpretations of living walls. Here’s a sneak peek – ranging from walls planted with tropicals (by far the most common), succulents, or even moss. My favorite are those using one-of-a-kind structures, using uncommon plants.  Like this […]

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San Francisco Garden Show 2010 Twitter Party

by Rebecca Sweet

Okay, I know a lot of you don’t use Twitter.  Many of you might think Twitter is a little weird. But did you know that I LOVE Twitter.  It’s true. I looooove Twitter. It has introduced me to so many, many incredible gardeners.  Some are just the average weekend-gardener, some are professionals (landscape architects or […]

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San Francisco Garden Show 2010 – Metal Mania

by Rebecca Sweet

This is the first of several posts about the fabulous San Francisco Garden Show which I’ve been attending this entire week (it runs through Sunday, so if you’re in the area and haven’t been yet – HURRY UP!!  What are you waiting for!!) Since there’s a ton of us garden writers at this show (thanks […]

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