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Small Spaces, Small Gardens

March 31st, 2015

  The smaller the space the more important each element becomes.  This is true withboth interior and exterior spaces, with the difference in the outside being the ceiling height; i.e,  the sky that  is gloriously endless.   At Gardens to Love, we start with the architecture, whether it be

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January 29th, 2015

Welcome to Gardens to Love, 2015 In past blogs, I have written more about plantings and plants and less about product.  This month, I’d like to spend some time introducing you to a product that I like very much.  It’s pavers, yes, pavers.

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Box Balls And Parterres

July 14th, 2014

  My recent summer travels took me to Portugal with a group of fellow Institute of Classical Art and Architecture members.* I was prepared to see plenty of sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth century houses and public buildings, but I was surprised by the immense and intact formal gardens I found. All the gardens were stuffed […]

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Longing for a Lawn, Turf Grass from Ponte Verdra

May 16th, 2013

 Ponte Verdra Inn & Club, has always been a beautiful resort in North East Florida. On a cool, breezy day in March it absolutely sparkled. In particular, the dark green, finely textured grass in the front of the inn caught my eye. It was smooth as a carpet and as finely textured as any lawn […]

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