No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture...– Thomas Jefferson (via ediblegardenspointloma)
Ten Design Lessons from Frederick Law Olmsted →
alastairsloan: Frederick Law Olmsted (1822 - 1903) was an American landscape designer who put together Central Park, the grounds of The White House and the Capitol, amongst other iconic American outdoor spaces. His design lessons below encapsulate his approach, and are remarkably applicable to…
Gardens of Versailles →
One Last Word on Bagworms
40% off Pottery, Annuals, and Tropicals through Thursday June 30 - 6/23/2011 I have made mention of bagworms the last two weeks. I felt the need to make one last blast. When I arrived home yesterday, I noticed a bagworm hanging on one of my Horstmann’s Blue Atlas Cedars. Somehow, I had overlooked it earlier and not removed it. As I expected, the empty cocoon from last year’s bagworm spelled...