Our Top Pins of 2014
My most popular pin is one of my very own front porch! Container gardens are a simple way to bring beauty to almost any space. Plants are available for both sunny and shady areas, as well as all variations of maintenance requirements. Low maintenance succulents are perfect if you don’t have much time to water or often forget and they come in a variety of colors and textures. Small evergreens are perfect for the holidays and also bring fragrant
Next up is a picture of a dress form I decorated with branches from my old Christmas tree. I loved the way it kept the scent of the branches in our home for weeks, and also made a unique decoration for our yard later. This is a wonderful way to go green and reuse your own Christmas tree.
Recently, this same dress form was featured in Faerie Magazine‘s winter issue! You might remember a few months ago when my Succulent Lady was also featured in this magazine. I am truly honored and so excited that they have chosen another of my creations for their beautiful and whimsical magazine.
Jim Meacci, the talented photographer who took this beautiful photo, has a show coming up this Friday, December 5th at Tamarkin Camera titled “Venice – Mostly at Night”. Visit their website for more information!
Speaking of my Succulent Lady (which was featured in the Summer 2014 issue of Faerie Magazine)… that is also my 3rd most popular pin. This photo, taken by the ever-gracious Susanna Fong of Susanna Fong Photography, really captures the ethereal quality of this dress form. This project was a labor of love and I’m so thankful it lives on in these photos.
I installed this moon garden as part of a larger backyard landscape design much earlier in my career as a landscape designer. I feel honored and blessed that it has been one of my most popular pins on Pinterest. Moon gardens are such a romantic way to bring elegance and a little mystery to a garden.
I was pleasantly surprised by this last pin. Two of my favorite things about my job are (1) being able to brighten and beautify a client’s landscape within their budget and (2) bringing 4 seasons of interest to a client’s landscape. This picture exemplifies all of that. As these shrubs continue to grow, the bed will become fuller and even more eye-catching. I am proud of the way this design turned out and thankful others have noticed too!
It might be too cold to get a garden installed, but it’s not too early to plan. A few of our clients have gotten a jump on their spring landscaping by scheduling their free garden estimate now. This way, we can start installation as soon as it’s warm enough.
We also offer free painting estimates! Call 773-517-1198 or email me to me to set up an appointment.