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Trees and Leaves

November 16th, 2017
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Whether I’m returning home at the end of the work day or a trip abroad, I love to be welcomed back by the scent of fallen leaves in Autumn.  There is a distinct sweet mustiness that wafts up from the copper colored beech tree leaves in my driveway.   Fallen pecan leaves smell more acrid, and […]

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A Note From Marcia

April 25th, 2017
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I love having some of the outdoors indoors, and having a fistful of flowers or a branch or two in a vase is a great way to bring the garden inside in a small and delightful way. The flowers can be what some might consider ordinary, such as pansies in winter, hellebores in early spring, or ubiquitous hydrangeas in summer and fall. When I look out my window, I see so many possibilities for cutting.

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10 Fresh Garden Ideas for All Year Enjoyment

January 20th, 2017
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January is the perfect time for fresh garden ideas to plan the next phase of your landscape. Take a peek at Pinterest and get inspired by creative concepts, or let your fingers stroll to Instagram and view the tapestry of gardens and landscapes featured there. Whatever you can imagine, we at Marcia Weber Gardens to […]

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Landscape Sculpture: “Indeterminate Lines”

September 15th, 2016
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In February this year, the International Sculpture Center awarded artist and sculptor Bernar Venet the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding contributions to the field of landscape sculpture. Just two weeks ago, I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Venet and experiencing his world renowned landscape sculpture first hand. It was 1983 when Venet […]

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Composing a Garden: A Quartet Blooms

August 18th, 2016
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Composing a garden is a lot like composing music. There are places in the garden that invite a crescendo of blooms, and other areas that call for a something gentler, more of an adagio. A tree may be a cappella, placed without accompaniment of flora and fauna, while garden intermezzos are provided by a restful […]

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Gardening Tips for Late Summer

August 4th, 2016
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Here are some simple gardening tips for late summer to keep your landscape looking great. Our gardens take summer vacations in a manner of speaking.  When temperatures exceed 90 degrees and the days begin to shorten after summer solstice, and rain is only an occasional afternoon shower, plants take a break.  Growth stops, flowering slows […]

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Atlanta Landscape Design: The Beauty of Brutalism

May 17th, 2016
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Atlanta landscape design today is seeing a revival in Brutalism. Originally intended to express clarity and purpose in the chaos of prewar Europe, quite appropriately, today it is evident in bold, simple modernism with an edge.  Brutalism is the collective name for architecture stripped to its bare bones of form and function. And it is […]

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Atlanta Garden Maintenance: 3 Tips for a Garden Graduation Party

May 16th, 2016
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May is the advent of  outdoor living season and that means Atlanta garden maintenance and quick planting tips for easy entertaining. It’s also the season to celebrate graduations with a garden party.  To make the most of your landscape style and capitalize on the gifts Mother Nature brings, here are 3 quick tips to deliver […]

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Garden Design Atlanta: 3 Beautiful Blooms to Add Spring Color to Your Garden

April 22nd, 2016
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Atlanta garden designs are a magical place in the spring. The weather ranges from cold nights to almost summery days and it gives plants who’ve been dormant for the winter their much needed wake up call. While our pollen season lasts a short month, it certainly coats everything in a soft yellow haze indicative of […]

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Moss Lawns: How Can I Get One?

February 25th, 2016
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I’ve always thought of moss lawns and nooks as magic, a place where fairies live, because those places seem to appear magically in early spring and disappear in summer. Perhaps it is more like a Houdini trick.Moss is technically a Bryophyte or non-vascular plant that lacks true branches, leaves and roots. It absorbs water in […]

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