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Book Review: Bonsai and Penjing (Win a Free Copy!)

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I am pleased to once again be asked by Tuttle Publishing to preview a book and write a review for my blog. Like with my previous reviews, they are offering a free copy to one of my followers as well! … Continue reading

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Miraloma Mediterranean Curb Appeal: Design for Flora Grubb Gardens

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Like with my last posted garden design, this little number involved designing a pieced front garden and rear garden, with a container planting for inside a courtyard entrance in SF’s Miraloma neighborhood. This, too, was a design I did last … Continue reading

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boZannical Design + Installation: Small and Semi-Formal

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Sometime last fall I was contacted by a friend of a friend to see about designing and planting a very small patch of front garden for his condo up the hill from us near the Seward Slides. After a bit … Continue reading

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Speaking Engagement: Permeable Hardscaping Lecture & Workshop

Another speaking engagement! On Saturday, May 16, I will be speaking once again on a topic related to coping with the historic drought: Permeable Hardscaping. My talk is being hosted by Garden for the Environment, the organic demonstration garden on 7th and … Continue reading

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Speaking Engagement: Garden Tour and Conservation Event

On Saturday, September 20th I’ll be giving tours of the gardens at the SE Wastewater Treatment Plant (the sewer plant, in other words). Should be a fun day! These are the gardens I wrote about previously as the NoHo Garden. … Continue reading

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Garden Rant’s post on Boxwood

Last year I went on something of a diatribe about boxwood, and how it’s undeniably the most unimaginative, over-used, asinine plant in landscape use, suitable for nothing but bordering something when you don’t want to have to think about it … Continue reading

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Installation: Tight and Vertical

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Last week I commented about the trials and tribulations of installing a plant design in a tight space, and I recently had an experience of planting in a space even tighter than that! This particular one was a pair of vertical gardens … Continue reading

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Tumblr Salad

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Welcome to another episode in the Tumblr Salad series! Every now and then I get a bug up my bum to pull together a gallery of pix that I’ve posted on the boZannical Tumblr, and you, my blog-reading friends, get … Continue reading

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Installation: Grand Garden in a Small Space

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In another installation of a design by Patrick Lannan of Flora Grubb Gardens, we got to help with a marvelous transformation of a rather small back garden above the Castro-Duncan Open Space, above Noe Valley. Once again I was contacted … Continue reading

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Installation: Tiny Mission Deck

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About a month ago I did a diminutive installation on the tiniest of decks in the Mission District. Patrick Lannan of Flora Grubb Gardens had designed a nice upgrade to the clients’ back deck, and they contacted me to take care … Continue reading

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