Far Out Flora – Matti and Megan’s enthusiasm is infectious and it reaches right out through your computer screen and grabs you. And I am totally envious of the Workshop where they share their interests with others who want to make terrariums, succulent bowls and plant-y such. Workshop offers the. coolest. classes.
Gathering Spriggs – Vintage-y inspiration from a blogging friend. Heather is also doing a giveaway of some of her treasures. Worth a clik-by sooner than later to maybe get in on winning.
My Marrakesh – Maryam in Morocco is rapidly nearing the end of a very long road to create a Moroccan guest house. I have loved following this journey and I am excited to see what the next stage brings in her adventure.
LA Times at Home – While it never features a garden in my neck of the woods, it is endlessly interesting and full of otherworldly (at least to my New England tuned mind) gardens, planting and design ideas.
Playscapes – It’s like a bottomless pit of inspiration for me. Full of glorious play places from around the world, I constantly see ideas in these designs for other non-play features. I actually have to limit myself on this site…I can start to loose too much time.
Garden Rant – Who’s not already reading Garden Rant? Really, What’s not to like; fresh writing, lively debate, and talented energetic creators.
A Verdant Life – John is fellow garden designer who I hope to one day have the chance to meet. New postings every few weeks always hit a note with me, as I am frequently thinking about similar issues. Currently he is talking about Vectorworks… a product I am working on switching over to…before that, a terrific post about getting to know yourself before planning you garden. How else will your garden reflect your unique personality? – I could not have agreed more.
Traveling Tribe As I am now traveling, I find I miss my old life of living in London and making a monthly adventures to a foreign European lands even more than I normally do. Tina is however living my old life — currently in Denmark having relocated from Morrocco and Spain. Who knows where she and her family of five will head next, but I enjoy checking in to see what they are up to and do a little vicarious living.
Is a compilation much like what I currently have going on here at studio ‘g’. Simple interviews with lots of blogging artists. I like it not so much because the questions are compelling, but because I find other artists inspiring, and this introduces me to some new people and I can delve deeper into some of the links to find even better and more interesting sites.
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