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The Portola Garden District Tour for 2013 has been set! It’s scheduled for later this month – Saturday, September 28th, 10am-3pm. Tickets are $25 each/$40 for two. Visit their official website, and Like their Facebook page. You can purchase tickets … Continue reading
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The Drew School in San Francisco had a vertical garden put in a couple of years ago, and watching it grow has been fascinating! Now, I’ve actually heard comments that it’s looking “haggard and overgrown.” I’m gonna throw in my … Continue reading
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Happy Sunday, everyone! It’s a foggy morning here, and I’m kicking off my work week with a Tumblr Salad, to compile a gallery of the most recent posts from the boZannical Tumblr… In other personal blogging news since my last post, … Continue reading
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A couple of weekends ago we did another small patio job, planting a design for Patrick Lannan of Flora Grubb Gardens. This was a patio off of a second-floor loft in a nifty old brick warehouse that was converted to condos, … Continue reading
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Over the past two weekends, we had a fantastic job of planting a design for Patrick Lannan of Flora Grubb Gardens. I always enjoy projects I’ve gotten that are his designs, and love it that people are coming to me … Continue reading
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A couple of months back, Tony and I had the pleasure of planting a grouping of potted succulents in a formal setting in a courtyard for an HOA (Home Owners’ Association) in the Russian Hill neighborhood. The clients had come … Continue reading
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Welcome to boZannical.com! After just over two years, and 127 posts, I’ve finally made the upgrade to my own URL, from bozannical.wordpress.com. I’m tres excited. To celebrate (?) I’m kicking it off first thing with a Tumblr Salad, showcasing the … Continue reading
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Our garden’s blooming like crazy, so it must be time to participate in a Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day post. Here’s what we’ve got going on this month: Inspired by the words of Elizabeth Lawrence, “We can have flowers nearly every month of … Continue reading
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Not long ago I came across a plant that threw me for a loop. It was a California native plant, flannel bush (Fremontodendron californicum) that had been pruned into a topiary cube. At first, I was offended. Its natural form … Continue reading
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Yesterday I spent some time working in our own garden. Imagine that! Naturally, we had done something of a significant cleanup when we participated in the Noe Valley Garden Tour in May, but that was just what it sounds like … Continue reading