Roses are on my brain. Not only did Gardening Gone Wild’s own Fran Sorin just explain the process of selecting one of my rose photos for her new edition of Digging Deep, I just made a new lecture on roses for Read More
A new rose takes years to reach the market. The process of breeding, testing, analyzing, selecting, and then propagating enough to sell, and then marketing, all have timetables. The rose above that I photographed for Star Roses two years ago with Read More
We expect summers to be dry here in California. It’s a summer-dry or Mediterranean climate of wet winters and rainless summers. Gardeners learn to adapt and use plants that are native to summer-dry climates. But this year is particularly hard Read More
I have just started working on a new herb book and most of the photos need to come from my library, so I began sifting through the inventory. Look what I found. What fun I had shooting this lavender harvest.
It is such fun to enter a botanic garden with no expectations, not knowing what, or if, there will be anything to photograph. I was in New Mexico recently, among other things photographing the Domenici Courthouse, a Sustainable Sites Initiative Read More