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Awhile back I posted about an upcoming (at the time) reception for the Alcatraz Florilegium. Sadly, the temporary closure of the government and the National Parks put a damper on that scheduled event. Regardless of the hiccup, the Florilegium installation … Continue reading
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A couple of weekends ago at Flora Grubb Gardens, we had a group arrange to come in for a unique event – an engagement party potting workshop. How fun is that?! Patrick Lannan (who’s designed many gardens I’ve planted) and … Continue reading
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I had the best day yesterday. It was a gorgeous, mild, sunny day here in San Francisco, and I got to take a day off from my typical nursery duties to do a job setting up flowers for a wedding! … Continue reading
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I recently revisited two gardens we’d installed, to complete the initial design concepts by adding vertical garden elements. Fun stuff! Adding some vertical gardens to your own space is a great way to “round out” a garden. You can draw … Continue reading
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I was taking our critters, Spoon and Toast, out for a long walk, when a tiny colony of moss on a brick wall caught my gaze. I whipped out the ol’ “macro” close-up setting on my phone’s camera to zero … Continue reading
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This one’s more of a petite Tumblr side salad, really. 🙂 I haven’t posted terribly many images to the boZannical Tumblr since my post last month in the Tumblr Salad category, but there are a couple of good ones, nonetheless… Always worth sharing!
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Recently a fellow blogging friend, Rob at the Pitcher Plant Project, posted about his love of September. Besides it being his favorite month, and his birthday month, he had a spread about his carnivorous plants in the new issue of … Continue reading
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One of the many many garden-themed blogs I follow is called Gardens in Unexpected Places. A couple of days ago I got to take a tour of some gardens in unexpected places myself, and thought it would make for an … Continue reading
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One of the many things I love about living in San Francisco is the topography, and how houses are built to accommodate it. A house that can seem totally unimposing from the front – a single-story home on top of … Continue reading
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Last weekend, and the one before, we headed off to a new job in Cow Hollow. Unlike our previous one in the area, which was a private deck, this one was entirely within a lightwell. Lightwells are very common in … Continue reading