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A White Cloud on Wordless Wednesday

by Rebecca Sweet
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Earlier this week I wrote about my visit to Cornerstone Gardens and showed you the Red Lantern garden created by the amazing duo Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot. Today I wanted to introduce you to their other installation titled ‘White Cloud’.  You would be correct in saying I’ve found my new favorite contemporary artists.

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Cornerstone Garden Grasses

by Rebecca Sweet
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Sonoma’s Cornerstone Gardens is one of my very favorite public gardens to visit any time of year.  In my opinion, though, the fall is the best time of all. Not only are the summer crowds long gone but the colors of fall are just beginning to explode.  No longer filled with grapes, the surrounding vineyards […]

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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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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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Knock-out Kniphofias

by Rebecca Sweet
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Kniphopfias (aka: Red Hot Poker or Torch Lily) are one of my very favorite flowers to add vertical interest to the garden.  Seeing their snake-like stalks rise from a clump of lush leaf blades is always a joy to behold as they stretch their long necks what seems like several inches a day. I don’t […]

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Cottage Gardens in Petaluma – Garden Up’s next stop!

by Rebecca Sweet

If you love clematis, edibles, succulents and everything in between then Cottage Gardens of Petaluma is nursery you MUST visit! Many already know this nursery as one of the best sources around for unusual varieties of clematis. But Bruce Shanks, the owner, has clearly been bitten by Succulent Fever.  Everywhere I look there’s unbelievable specimens […]

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Oak Hill Farm in Sonoma, California

by Rebecca Sweet

It’s time for another (nearly) Wordless Wednesday post! Let me introduce you to Oak Hill Farm in Sonoma, California.  One of my favorite stops while visiting, providing the freshest produce and cut flowers around (picked less than 100 feet from the barn!)

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Sprinkler Garden Art

by Rebecca Sweet
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  Okay, okay – by now most of you who have been reading my blog for any time now probably feel like they’ve personally strolled through Freeland and Sabrina Tanner’s garden and have seen everything I could possibly show them, right? WRONG! Freeland is an amazing powerhouse of creativity and has just finished building two […]

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Tanner’s Eye-Candy Containers

by Rebecca Sweet

Another visit to Freeland and Sabrina Tanner’s Napa Valley garden last weekend provided me with another feast of visual delights.  This time in the form of the many different containers throughout their garden – each one brimming with unusual plants, each one a mini work of art. Enjoy!

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Gardeners and Their Gardens – The Tanners

by Rebecca Sweet

One of my favorite things about being a passionate gardener myself is getting to meet other passionate gardeners.  I’ve been so lucky to have met so many incredible people, and then when I see their gardens I’m even MORE amazed. A gardener’s own garden is truly an expression of their soul.  And you can literally […]

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Jack London? One of California’s first Sustainable Farmers? Who knew!!

by Rebecca Sweet

Nothing is more beautiful to me than Sonoma in the fall.  While spending this past weekend there, soaking up the breath taking beauty of the vineyards, we decided to spend an afternoon at Beauty Ranch, the ranch created by noted author Jack London. I wasn’t sure what to expect, and left there totally amazed. Sure, […]

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Cornerstone Gardens – Better Late than Never

by Rebecca Sweet
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The inaugural Late Show Gardens at Cornerstone in Sonoma…an awesome event…

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