Wednesday, February 26, 2014

What's Missing?

There are thousands and thousands of books about gardening, plants and design on the market and probably lots on your bookshelves at home. 
But what's missing?   
What don't you like about the gardening books out there?
What do you like?
Want to learn simple tricks to designing with annuals?
Not sure how to control pests in the garden?
I would love, love, love to hear your thoughts!  Please take a minute and give this some thought, or just send me your knee-jerk reaction.  I want to know what's missing from your bookshelf.
Looking to visit beautiful places with awesome plants and design? 
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XOXO Julie


  1. Hi, Julie! I especially like subtle gardening that, like bonsai, heightens the natural beauty that we can find in woods and meadow and emphasizes some particular thing like the contrast between stone and grass and the likeness between boulder and driftwood, with a leavening of flowers and gravel; or the age of a brick wall or stone wall with moss (yum).

    1. Thank you for the comment, Mindreadinghorses! Everything you mentioned really defines a Naturally Elegant Design. Love it!