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The Great Christmas Tree Chop

by Rebecca Sweet
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 Note:  This post is rated ‘R’ for violence Sometimes it seems my family lives to torment me – especially when it comes to choosing Christmas trees. It wasn’t always be this way.  But one year, when the kids were young, I decided to surprise everyone by bringing home a beautiful living Christmas tree, in hopes […]

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Succulent pumpkins

by Rebecca Sweet
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Without a doubt, fall is my favorite season of the year.  And once I spot the first signs of pumpkins and squash adorning grocery stores and farmers markets  I’m like a kid in a candy shop.  And don’t even get me started on my obsession with glass pumpkins! I’ve admired succulent-topped pumpkins ever since I […]

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Top 10 Favorite Orange Plants

by Rebecca Sweet
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It’s that time of year again when our homes and gardens are decked out in orange and black, and mine is no exception.  And what better occasion than Halloween to talk about one of my favorite colors in the garden – orange!  Last year I wrote about my favorite black plants, so it’s only fitting […]

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Wordless Wednesday: From Sonoma to you -Happy 4th of July!

by Rebecca Sweet
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Gift ideas for your mama

by Rebecca Sweet
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With Mother’s Day fast approaching, I’ve been giving a lot of thought about what to give my own mother.  My mom is an incredible gardener but can be pretty picky, so finding the perfect gift is always a bit challenging. Which means I’m always on the look out for something a little out of the […]

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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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All Decked Out – Wordless Wednesday

by Rebecca Sweet
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It’s Pumpkin Time!

by Rebecca Sweet

It’s time for our annual trip to Palo Alto’s Art Center to buy  a glass pumpkin (or three).   Picking out which glass pumpkin to buy is like picking out pansies – I can never decide because each one is prettier than the last! Will we go for the traditional colors of oranges and yellow-   […]

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Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue!

by Rebecca Sweet

. Happy 4th of July! Here’s my favorite red, white and blue combination perfect for this time of year – ‘Blue Moon’ agapanthus, ‘Fourth of July’ roses and feverfew. I must admit, this grouping wasn’t intentional on my part.  The feverfew re-seeded itself snugly between the two and Voila!  Serendipity at its finest!

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Happy Easter!

by Rebecca Sweet

. When I was a small child, my grandfather used to say “Easter time is the time for eggs, and the time for eggs is Easter time!”  That was one of my favorite of his funny little sayings. While hiding Easter eggs for her younger cousins, my daughter (whose really taken an interest in photography […]

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