Archive for the ‘healing gardens’ Category

Cancer Healing Garden|Gomphrena|Vertical Growing Systems

Thursday, June 26th, 2014 Posted in Vertical Growing Systems, annuals, crafts, cut flowers, garden art, garden designers, garden rooms, healing gardens | 8 Comments »

First, around town Pride of Barbados has been going like gangbusters at the Posse East near UT. Like us all, they were a tad worried about it last winter. But mine is just crawling back while theirs is stopping traffic! That’s ...

Recycling a glass table top into water wall

Monday, September 2nd, 2013 Posted in garden design, healing gardens, recycling, water features | 17 Comments »

Since we featured Elayne Lansford’s Bottle World and healing garden, many of you have asked how to make her unique water wall from a recycled table top. If you missed the whole story, here’s our garden visit, where Elayne found solace ...

What’s your plant personality? How does it heal you?

Thursday, February 7th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, books, destinations, early spring flowers, garden design, garden designers, healing gardens, philosophy, pruning, roses | 13 Comments »

Quick, tell me, pick a word to describe the personality of a plant in your garden. My word for newly opened Narcissus ‘Erlicheer’: “Dreamy.” My silver germander? Hmm. . . “Convivial.” I bring up this word game thanks to Antique Rose Emporium ...

Groundcovers made for the shade; spiritual healing garden

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 Posted in Techniques, companion plants, container gardens, crafts, drought, fall plants, garden design, groundcovers, healing gardens, lawn replace, philosophy, shade plants | 31 Comments »

Is it true? Is fall here at last? In any case, ‘Butterpat’ chrysanthemum is ready! Since we’re finally around the heat bend, it’s time to plant. This week Daphne explains why we should firm the soil around our plants. Why is ...