Tagged "Landscape Design"


Feature or Filler? Baby’s Breath – Gypsophila

Be sure to follow my new Pintrest page, “Feature or Filler“. I love exploring plants that we normally think of as “just fillers”, and seeing if they look different planted or used in mass or as features. I’d love to know your two cents! My first one: Gypsophila, otherwise known as Baby’s Breath. Gypsophila is …
Read more →

saturday m o r n i n g

This morning I went to a farmers market in San Mateo… I needed some goodies for the kitchen and wanted a dose of color first thing in the morning. I can’t think of a more fabulous way to start the weekend. I’m spending the rest of the day with a book (Julia Child memoir) and ...
Read more →

the latest at the farm

the last bit of yesterday was finished off at the farm, doing some general clean-up and a bit of planting. the guys weed whacked and planted clusters of jade in the succulent mother garden – i poked around taking pictures and organizing the accumulating detritus that the wind brings in on the field. on the …
Read more →

Chateau Bawk Bawk

I designed a vertical garden for a client’s freshly built and devastatingly boring fence in HMB a couple weeks ago. It went from a mundane expansion of fence – to a blanket of lush textures and colors, planted in a way that makes it look like the fence is dripping with foliage and flowers...
Read more →

recent job

KE’s job has been pretty much a dream. Great client, great property, and all the plants are happy! This has been the weirdest year of weather, and not every project I’ve worked on have grown in as much as they normally do by this time of year. I guess the constant blanket of fog in …
Read more →