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
When you want to photograph a garden get inside it. By this I don’t mean walk off the street and step inside the fence, or move from the backyard patio onto the lawn or path. Immerse yourself in the garden, get under a Read More
Weddings and old fashioned flowers seem to go hand in hand. So it is a wonderful new trend in the floral industry that local flower farmers are now being sought out as an alternative to commercial greenhouse and imported flowers. Read More