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The June Prune

May 31st, 2017

Someone came in the night and rummaged my car for valuables. Left behind in the items on the floor were work gloves, a measuring tape, and hand pruners. Obviously, the robber was not a pruning man.

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Garden Nooks: Places to Dream in the Garden

March 2nd, 2017

Garden nooks are great places for dreaming. In fact, gardens as a whole, are wonderful places to experience flights of fancy, unlock your childlike sense of wonder, and get curious about the magic of Mother Nature.I’m the kind of person who saves and reads old magazines.  In my collection, I have old issues of Country […]

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Garden Colors: Inspiration from Mexico

February 15th, 2017

Mexico is all about color, and there is no better place to see an exuberance of garden colors. On my recent visit to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, I arrived just in time for the Candelaria. It’s the celebration of the end of one lunar cycle and the beginning of the next. It is also […]

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5 Ways to Add Garden WOW Factor with Love

February 2nd, 2017

This is the perfect time of year to be focused on ways to add garden WOW factor. And this close to Valentine’s Day, do it with love! Whether you have an intimate patio garden or courtyard to design, or acres of lush rolling hills to landscape, when you add garden WOW factor, it becomes a […]

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10 Fresh Garden Ideas for All Year Enjoyment

January 20th, 2017

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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Garden & Landscape Fall Maintenance Tips

November 9th, 2016

As the weather cools and the trees drop their leaves, the hydrangea blooms once a glorious indigo or sweet pink, now a dusty hue, it’s time to implement key garden and landscape fall maintenance tips. This is the time of year when you want to prepare your landscape for the upcoming winter hibernation while still […]

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English Garden Design: Historical Inspiration

October 27th, 2016

I am always inspired by English garden design and landscapes. Last month, I enjoyed a brief trip to England on my way to Russia and wanted to share some of the flavor of their landscape architecture and the English garden design. The English are well known for their classical gardens and gorgeous flowers, despite it […]

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Grand Garden Design: The Peterhof Gardens

September 28th, 2016

 Often called the Russian Versailles, The Peterhof Gardens near St Petersburg are the very definition of a grand garden design. With 500 acres, 200+ statues, 144 fountains, 7 palaces, and 23 museums, it is the most visited site in Russia hosting over 4.2 million visitors annually. Inspired by a visit to Versailles castle and grand […]

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Atlanta Garden Maintenance: 3 Tips for a Garden Graduation Party

May 16th, 2016

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

 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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