There are some interesting garden sites listed in this month's
Garden Design magazine. Technically I guess they're 'blogs'
You might look at these:
seedhead.com (I enjoyed the Nurseries to Know section)
something to do when you're not gardening - or waiting for
Garden Design also had an interesting article this month
on 100 new plants.......some tempting beauties there!
It's sold "wherever fine magazines are sold" I know Barnes &
Noble sells it. You could take a look at gardendesign.com/
It sells for 5.99 an issue, but I see they have an online special for
7 issues for 11.97. I subscribe to it.
Alot of people don't like it and say its "too slick"; I guess
that means they have very modern/minimal/archetectural
styles sometimes; its not all cottage garden. Thats why I like
it; it gives alternative ideas. some I like, some I don't but I
like to see what's going on around the world.
This month there is a great article on the gardens of Bali.
(didn't we have a rather odd post re:bali??)
I usually find some idea that costs a lot that I can do myself
for very little using recycled/found "stuff"
Photos are always superb.
Emilie, who does not work for GD!!
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