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Videos

Our Small Space episode on Growing a Greener World

by Rebecca Sweet

   A few months ago I wrote about the fabulous day Susan Morrison and I had with the crew from Growing a Greener World (see below).  Well, I’m thrilled to be able to share the episode with you all, right here. The topic is Small Spaces, and in addition to our two cents, you’ll also […]

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Recycling in the Garden

by Rebecca Sweet

  I absolutely love re-purposed items in the garden. Things that may be broken or have lost their usefulness are all too often headed to the dump.  But hold up!  Sometimes all that’s needed is a coat of paint, a little sprucing up and a healthy dose of creativity to use that item in a […]

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DIG Garden Nursery – A new Santa Cruz treasure!

by Rebecca Sweet

If you’re a gardener who loves succulents, contemporary design, chickens, canning, birds, living walls and books, then this Northern California garden shop is the place for YOU.  Just over a year old, DIG a much needed refuge from the more ordinary and commonplace garden shops which dot the coast. Cara and Will Meyers (who also […]

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My Favorite Winter Plants

by Rebecca Sweet

I’ve just returned from Lake Tahoe, where anything green (besides the pine trees) was buried beneath six to eight feet of snow.  Even the poor trees were hunched over, already tired from bearing the heavy load of snow draped across their shoulders.  While the snowy landscape is truly stunning, I must admit that now that […]

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Mockumentary: The Majestic Plastic Bag

by Rebecca Sweet

. Wow –  beautiful, poignant and funny all at the same time. . .

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A little advice about fountains

by Rebecca Sweet

Thinking of buying a fountain? Then read on before you make a HUGE mistake….

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Garden UP!

by Rebecca Sweet

Grow it Up, Build it Up, Tie it Up, Stake it Up, Prune it Up, Hang it Up, Train it Up! What’s Up?   Garden Up! . Yes, as the song says, I’m ten feet off the ground!  I’m thrilled to be writing Garden Up! this summer with Susan Morrison, hitting stores near you spring 2011…stay tuned!

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What does gardening mean to YOU?

by Rebecca Sweet

. A few weeks ago my friend, and fellow Garden Designer Susan Morrison, took an intensive 5-week film class where her final assignment was to create a 5 minute film of her choice. Susan approached me with her idea – creating a documentary style of film where I explain what gardening means to me. . […]

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Honest Scrap Award…okaaaay…here goes…

by Rebecca Sweet

. . What is an Honest Scrap Award?  Well, it’s not really an award, per se, but rather a “Tag – you’re IT” type of post where I tell anyone who’s interested 10 things about me that they normally wouldn’t get from reading my blog.  In turn, I ‘tag’ 7 more lucky recipients with this […]

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My very favorite roses – and how I prune them

by Rebecca Sweet
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. Roses, roses, roses…nothing says ‘spring is right around the corner’ more than all the bare-root roses in stock right now at the nurseries. Especially when you see their hopeful, little leaves starting to emerge from their stark stems. And now’s the time to buy them, as they’re such a better deal when sold bare-root […]

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – January 2010

by Rebecca Sweet

. With most of the country being hit so hard this past month with unusually frigid weather I thought it might be a bit rude to talk about the blooms that are currently in my Northern Californian garden.  Yes, I know that’s the whole purpose of the Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day event, (a wonderful monthly […]

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Prune my hydrangeas in December? No Way!

by Rebecca Sweet
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  Pruning hydrangeas in Northern California is entirely different from the colder parts of the country. What you read in most gardening magazines doesn’t always apply here because our hydrangeas are looking pretty awesome right now! I mean really…who in their right mind would want to prune off these gorgeous blooms! The photo at left […]

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Confused about pruning perennials? Learn to ‘read’ them!

by Rebecca Sweet

It’s been a cold and frosty December, and this is the time when I begin to receive daily emails from people asking how and when to prune their perennials. Here in the Bay Area (USDA zone 9b) most of our gardens are still looking pretty good.  While some of the more tender annuals are long […]

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When your Ornamental Grass has a Bad Hair Day

by Rebecca Sweet

. Here in Northern California (specifically the Bay Area – USDA zone 8b), ornamental grasses can look fabulous all the way through December.  But once the temperatures start to dip and the occasional frost hits, the grasses start to lose their form and color and one day you walk outside and all you’ve got is […]

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Time to Prepare your Garden for the Swine Flu!

by Rebecca Sweet

Yes – it’s true. I had the Swine Flu. How to enjoy your garden while lying in bed sick as a dog, for an entire week…..

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Succulents Galore!!!

by Rebecca Sweet

Oh, how I love succulents. Here’s some info on them and a video showing how to transplant these little guys….

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You can’t always buy ‘cool’

by Rebecca Sweet

Cool containers for your garden – most of them you probably have lying around! Plus, a great video on How To Plant A Chair…

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