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Saying goodbye with one last gardening project

by Rebecca Sweet
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In just a few days I’ll be saying goodbye to my daughter as she embarks on a new adventure in her life as she goes away to college.  And while I’m proud, thrilled and excited for her, I can’t help but quietly mourn each passing minute, knowing I’ll soon be face-to-face with the giant hole […]

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Eggplant Extravaganza

by Rebecca Sweet
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I’ve been traveling a lot this summer and am so glad to finally be home!  But after nearly five weeks away you can imagine the state of my garden. Fortunately (for my garden, not for me!), my husband was home for most of the time so he was able to keep it watered and somewhat […]

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The Heirloom Life Gardener – Book Review

by Rebecca Sweet
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A few weeks ago the folks at Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company asked if I’d like to review a copy of their new book The Heirloom Life Gardener, by Jere and Emilee Gettle (227 pages, Hyperion, 2011.  List Price $29.99) I was excited to read this book because even though I’m a passionate gardener and […]

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Garden Designers Roundtable – Mixing Edibles & Ornamentals

by Rebecca Sweet
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  Remember when having a vegetable garden meant a collection of raised beds, or a few tomato plants in a pot?  Instead of banishing them to out-of-the-way areas, these days, edibles are everywhere in the garden – mixed with ornamentals, scrambling out of recycled containers, and clambering up apartment walls. This topic of this month’s […]

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From ‘Ewww’ to ‘Cool’

by Rebecca Sweet

I walked into Peets Coffee the other day (sounds like the beginning of a joke, doesn’t it?) Well, I walked in and saw these interesting looking mushroom kits for sale.  And being an avid gardener who will grow just about anything, I was immediately intrigued.  So, I snatched one up for $15.00.   Having a […]

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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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How I get my husband to garden…feed him!

by Rebecca Sweet

My husband loves our garden, but he’s not really interested in gardening in our garden.  He’s more of an ‘observer’ than a ‘do-er’.  That’s okay with me because, personally, I can’t imagine how frustrating it would be to be married to another garden designer and have to share my garden.  I remember reading an article […]

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