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Pyracantha Pandemonium

by Rebecca Sweet
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It started out just like any other January day. For the past week, I had been admiring one of my favorite shrubs growing in my side yard – the humble pyracantha. I had been wondering to myself why more people didn’t love this shrub as I do.  Didn’t they realize all the seasonal beauty it […]

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My brother’s potting shed

by Rebecca Sweet
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My brother is moving this week, and while it’s always exciting to move on in life, it can also be very bittersweet.  He had a large, beautiful garden but I think my favorite part of it was the potting shed tucked in the far corner. While his family was busy at their new home, unpacking […]

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A Sweet French Birdhouse

by Rebecca Sweet
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One of my favorite Christmas gifts was given to me by my husband Tom – this handmade birdhouse from L’Atelier Vert. My garden wouldn’t be complete without all the birds that visit and raise their babies here (see here, and here, and here!)  so I’m hopeful one will find a new home this spring.     […]

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Lani’s Fantastic Fence

by Rebecca Sweet
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Lani Freymiller has created one of the most incredible gardens I’ve ever seen (read more about it here).  Her garden is filled with countless design concepts and creative ideas. So many, in fact, that instead of writing the world’s longest post I’ve decided to write several shorter ones and post them throughout the year. This […]

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D.L. Bliss State Park

by Rebecca Sweet

We kicked off the first week of summer by spending a few days at my favorite place in the whole world – Lake Tahoe.  Due to our unusually cool spring and summer, it was waaay too cold to spend any time on the beach, so one day we took a hike at D.L. Bliss state […]

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Old tools, old memories and a little bird

by Rebecca Sweet

On the side of my office hangs a collection of old tools that I’ve gathered over the years.  Most were given to me by my grandparents or parents, some were found at garage sales and others given as gifts.  All, however, are precious to me as each one represents a piece of my life. In […]

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Garden art revisited

by Rebecca Sweet

We all try our best to recycle and repurpose whenever we can, right?  When this robin’s nest blew down last year my mother couldn’t stand to throw it away so she gave it to me to keep it in a protected spot and re-use it in my garden. Imagine my joy when I discovered this treasured […]

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A gift from the heart

by Rebecca Sweet

Christmas has come and gone and in its wake are a mountain of empty boxes, bows, ribbons and wrapping paper.   My hydrangea and pittosporum centerpiece is finally beginning to wilt and the tree’s dry needles are raining down upon my carpet with alarming speed. One of my favorite gifts is one that didn’t cost […]

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It’s the little things in life…..

by Rebecca Sweet

. I absolutely love all birds. From my aviary, which my husband lovingly built for me to house my canaries and finches, to the many different birds that visit my garden. .

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