one thing leads to another–part I

one thing leads to another–part I

To think of the plants I’ve babied along, knowing in a dim corner of my brain that its days are numbered. But once the synapses fire in earnest, stand back. Mind you, I don’t always record the before scenario–because once I get it in my head it’s okay to get the ax, I need to act fast–in case I lose my nerve. Funny, the things that nudge me down the gardening path. No straight logical line. How about with you?

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bon voyage, Loree

bon voyage, Loree

We want to wish our cohort Loree all the best as she sets sail for new shores. It’s been a grand adventure working with her, and we’re thrilled with everything we’ve accomplished together. With Loree’s help, we built from just an idea, to a robust online catalog of some 34,000 plants and 80 contributing nurseries.

And of course, we’ll be keeping an eye on Loree at danger garden. Not to mention, we know where she lives.

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What an adventure this has been

What an adventure this has been

They say all good things must come to an end, right? No, I don’t accept that, but “change is inevitable – change is constant” that one I believe. After 6 amazing years the time has come for me to move on from plantlust.com. Time for a change – but even when the change is one you’ve initiated it can still be bittersweet. Read More…

Another open garden…

Another open garden…

My first visit to this garden, that of Bob Hyland and Andrew Beckman, was back in 2014. I figured a couple of years gone by it would be interesting to see it again. Visiting gardens over time, and watching them mature and the inevitable changes take place, is a benefit of living in a community of generous gardeners. Read More…