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Captivating Coprosmas

by Rebecca Sweet
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Time and time again I’ve had astonished clients ask me ‘What IS that plant?’ when spotting the smooth and shiny foliage of a colorful coprosma.  Commonly known as a ‘Mirror Plant’, coprosma’s foliage looks as if tiny little elves snuck in and meticulously shellaced each perfectly shaped oval leaf. Yes, they’re that shiny. Finding foliage with […]

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Roo Garden Apron Review and Giveaway

by Rebecca Sweet
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If you’re like me, you’ve probably returned from a supposedly quick and casual stroll through the garden with your shirt flipped up in an attempt to to hold all the tomatoes, plums or apricots that were just begging to be picked. After dirtying umpteen clean shirts, I don’t know why I venture outside any longer […]

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Mixing flowers and succulents

by Rebecca Sweet
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There’s no doubt about it, Debra Lee Baldwin certainly knows her succulents.  But when visiting her Escondido, CA garden again a few months ago, I was struck by something else – the flowers.  Not the flowers of succulents (which are amazing enough), but regular ol’ perennial, annual and native flowers that casually grow throughout the […]

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Euphorbia euphoria

by Rebecca Sweet
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This weekend my garden will be one of several featured during the 5th annual Garden Bloggers Fling Garden Tour.  Am I nervous having my personal garden shown to 75+ of our country’s most amazing, talented and influential garden bloggers?  Uh…YES!  So every day this week I’ve been working in my garden, trying to keep up […]

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Using white flowers in the garden

by Rebecca Sweet
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My garden has been on a few different garden tours this past month which, despite the work involved in getting everything cleaned up, is always a fantastic opportunity to see my garden through others’ eyes.  Its always interesting to see which plants are a hit, and which ones seem to go unnoticed, and I’m often […]

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One Windowbox, Four Ways

by Rebecca Sweet
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I don’t typically read fashion magazines, but living with a teenage daughter means a stack of them are usually lying around the house in one room or another. While I can usually pass them by without feeling the urge to read about ‘The Top 10 Must-Have Heels For Summer’, I’ll admit I’m a sucker for […]

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Chicken Coop Redux

by Rebecca Sweet
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As many of my readers may know, I adore chickens and have had several grace my garden over the years. Note the past tense. While I love them dearly, I’ve finally realized they’re best enjoyed in other people’s gardens.  I can’t bear to keep them cooped up (no pun intended) in a chicken run, so […]

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Indoor Plant Decor – Book Party, Review & Giveaways

by Rebecca Sweet
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To celebrate the release of Kylee Baumle and Jenny Peterson’s new book, Indoor Plant Decor, you’re all invited to participate in their cyber book party (complete, of course, with loads of prizes!) I’ll be honest, when I was asked to review and join this event I was a little nervous as I’m one of those […]

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My impromptu succulent cutting tower

by Rebecca Sweet
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Last month I completely dismantled one of my favorite garden beds so we could finally finish painting the house.  Last fall we had our house painted, but I wouldn’t let them paint one remaining wall as my bougainvillea was in full bloom and there was no way I was about to cut it back prematurely! […]

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Dewit Potting Scoop Giveaway

by Rebecca Sweet
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Last year my friend (and gardener extraordinaire) Shawna Coronado traveled to the Netherlands to spend a little time with the folks at the DeWit Tool company.  Shawna had the once-in-a-lifetime experience of not only designing, but making the prototype of her ideal version of a potting soil scoop.  The scoop has since been such a success […]

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Flowers and memories – the good and the bad

by Rebecca Sweet
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The other day I sat down with my father and we were laughing about the time when I decapitated my parents’ very first little garden.  I was only two years old, and my dad was anxiously waiting for the day when the new ‘seed mat’ they had carefully tended over the past few weeks would […]

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New Garden App – Sunset Western Garden Book

by Rebecca Sweet
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I’m a huge fan of the latest edition of the Sunset Western Garden Book (read my review here), and to say I’m over the moon with excitement at the big news of their new garden app is an understatement. A few weeks ago I was honored to be invited to Sunset’s Headquarters where I was […]

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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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Grand Boca Grande

by Rebecca Sweet
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I just returned from a quick trip to Boca Grande, a tiny little island off of Florida, where I spoke about vertical gardening to the island’s local garden club.  Without a doubt, one of the perks of my job is the chance to see new things and meet new people – something I wouldn’t trade […]

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Lawn Gone! Book Party, Review and Giveaways

by Rebecca Sweet
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To celebrate the release of Pam Penick’s new book, Lawn Gone! Low-Maintenance, Sustainable, Attractive Alternatives for Your Yard, you’re all invited to attend her Lawn Gone Book Party – with some very cool party prizes! Six garden blogging friends and I are hosting 7 great giveaways this week, all related to the theme of – […]

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Glassybaby Goodness

by Rebecca Sweet
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Having three good friends and two of my favorite clients going through various stages of cancer right now, I’m particularly aware of kindhearted people and companies who are making an effort to help others.  Which is why I’ve become a huge fan of Glassybaby. While very well-known throughout Seattle (seen on the tables of at least […]

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Kiss My Aster – Book Giveaway

by Rebecca Sweet
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For those of you looking for a totally different kind of gardening book – one that’s fun to use and that will definitely make you laugh out loud, all the while giving you down-to-earth practical advice then this book is for you. Seriously – Amanda is awesome. For those of you who aren’t familiar with […]

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Wake your Winter Garden – Inspiration from the Washington Park Arboretum

by Rebecca Sweet
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There’s something magical about a winter garden, and I never pass up an opportunity to visit one – especially one that’s known for looking it’s best during the bleakest months of the year.  While attending a family wedding in Seattle this past weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting the J. Witt Winter Garden in […]

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Sarcococca and Daphne – the stars of my February garden

by Rebecca Sweet
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Here we are February 1st, and my garden couldn’t be smelling any sweeter!  I wanted to share with you two of my winter superstars as they’re some of my favorites for adding heavenly fragrance to this typically cold and bleak month.  In my temperate Zone 9 garden, there’s still a few random leaves hanging on […]

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