Girls, Donuts and a Scion tooling around on National Donut Day. June 7th, 2013
This quote from Warren Buffet seems to make a lot of great sense to me, I mean how hard is it to become a expert in one field, let alone […]
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about […]
Well what’s going to happen this year? The housing market seems to be recovering in a few areas but most areas the market is still depressed and most folks see […]
I always knew that the decline of the housing market was going to hurt/effect our industry for years. It’s a true game changer and there are going to be losers […]
Inflation is not only coming, it’s here. Look at these price increases over the last 6 months. Staggering Cotton = +125.7% Sugar = +82.6% Corn = +59.0% Coffee = +41.4% […]
This addition to the deck, a new railing and walk, new set of steps, a pond and totally new landscape plantings was an eye-opener. The Inside For the homeowners it […]
It doesn’t get any more awesome than this . . . .
Russ you are now gone . . . a place to remember . . . but you will not be forgotten. Your entire family are in our prayers and thoughts for […]
Pearl Fryar After all the commotion Pearl received on the documentary shown on HGTV and the traffic this blog received when I promoted the documentary, some more news and a […]
Very interesting set of images in a Picasa Web Album, super stuff Picasa Web Albums – Gardensia – GardensiaProducts Powered by ScribeFire.
It’s a Oldie! About the second after I finished this page of sketches I received a phone call telling me the project went kaput. So that was that. I think […]
In DP(08) I thought I was finished talking about color, or I thought I was finished sending you to sites that discuss all the great things concerning color. Well; as […]
In several previous post I went through the very elemental beginnings of my take on Landscape Design Principles. The last was how I looked at design when considering motion, and […]
May 8th and 9th Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, DC is hosting their Spring symposium entitled: The Interlacing of Words and Things in Gardens and Landscapes: Beyond Nature and Culture There […]