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Red, White & Blue in the Garden

 

It’s fitting, on a day that honors the Red, White and Blue, to show those colors in the garden. I was inspired by  a white arch covered with ‘Joseph’s Coat’ climbing rose against a summer-blue sky. Continue Reading →

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Art in the Garden

 

This is the gist of my 2/12/11 presention at the San Diego Botanic Garden. What defines “art” is subjective, and its forms are infinitely variable. But in general, when positioning a delicate sculpture in your garden, silhouette it against a solid surface or the sky. Otherwise, the piece may disappear.  (Photo taken at Taliesin West, near Phoenix.) Continue Reading →

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A Salute to Saguaros

 

Saguaro (pronounced “sah-hwah-roh”) cactus evokes Arizona and the desert Southwest. With arms raised to the sky, each tall cactus has great personality. Continue Reading →

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