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Winter

Festina Lente – Filoli’s winter garden

by Rebecca Sweet
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 Festina Lente.  Powerful words used since ancient times by the likes of emperors, military commanders, authors, artists and even Shakespeare himself. Translated, festina lente means ‘hurry slowly’.  Personally, I think  my neighbor’s bumper sticker says it best –  ’Hurry up and slow down‘. Out of the corner of my eye I discovered this plaque placed […]

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Five ways to warm winter garden

by Rebecca Sweet
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A few days ago I spoke to my friend who lives in Boston, and when I complained that my garden was taking a beating during a recent week of unrelenting 28-degree temperatures, he was shocked – in California?   Yes, even in the land of sunshine it often dips below freezing on a cold winter […]

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Create longer-lasting fall color in the garden

by Rebecca Sweet
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There’s something magical about fall colors in the garden, isn’t there?  My favorite time of year is the moment I open my front door and see my Japanese maples and Crepe Myrtle trees have turned their fiery shades of yellow, red and orange – signaling the calm before the storm (the storms from both winter […]

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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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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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Camellias in my Garden

by Rebecca Sweet
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This is the time of year when camellias, the workhorses of my Zone 9 winter garden, get their moment in the sun (so to speak). I haven’t always liked camellias, but over the years one of my favorite gardening friends has convinced me of their reliable winter beauty. As I look around my garden, I […]

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My Favorite Winter Plants

by Rebecca Sweet

I’ve just returned from Lake Tahoe, where anything green (besides the pine trees) was buried beneath six to eight feet of snow.  Even the poor trees were hunched over, already tired from bearing the heavy load of snow draped across their shoulders.  While the snowy landscape is truly stunning, I must admit that now that […]

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Meet Frankenstein… (aka: my ‘Washington Navel’ Orange Tree)

by Rebecca Sweet

It’s January here in Northern California and today I ate the first (of many) oranges off my ‘Washington Navel’ tree…. I LOVE that first, sweet-with-a-faint-hint-of-sour-taste the season’s first orange gives me…I look forward to it all year, beginning in late Spring when my garden is literally blanketed with the scent of it’s heavenly blossoms…to the […]

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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – January 2010

by Rebecca Sweet

. With most of the country being hit so hard this past month with unusually frigid weather I thought it might be a bit rude to talk about the blooms that are currently in my Northern Californian garden.  Yes, I know that’s the whole purpose of the Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day event, (a wonderful monthly […]

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I’m craving Cabin Fever….

by Rebecca Sweet

. Living  here in California can be exhausting for a gardener – specifically here in the Bay Area, where our average Winter temperatures only dip down into the 30′s.  Our gardens are pretty much year-round here and always in some state of ‘workability’ in the Winter, always staring you in the face asking when you’re […]

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Help your garden survive an unexpected freeze

by Rebecca Sweet

I woke up this morning to a whopping 26 degrees.  Yes, I know – I can already hear those of you in other parts of the country laughing at my wimpyness.  But don’t forget, I live in mild-climate California!  My poor little plants aren’t accustomed to this weather and are fairly miserable right now. If […]

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