Apr 07, 2017
The possibilities for garden beds in different shapes are as varied as the gardeners who tend them. The internet offers a gushing, endless stream of luscious garden photos that entice, but offer little guidance in terms of how to translate that picture into an actual, in-the-ground garden. Converting the garden of your imagination into a real-world, concrete plan of action can be tricky. ..
Mar 17, 2017
Mulling a DIY weekend garden project and coming up with a case of the blank slate blues? Even the most experienced gardeners occasionally have a hard time knowing exactly where to start when tackling a new project. ..
Mar 03, 2017
I'm a plant lover, just like you, so I'm inclined to experiment with new varieties as they come to market, and you'll find them included in some of our combos. That said, though, eGardenGo isn’t an exhaustive directory of every plant available on the nursery shelves — have you counted how many varieties of pink-toned echinacea, burgundy heuchera, or dwarf red-leaf maples there are out there? So, what to do if you can't locate that exact variety in your local market? Is the combo a bust? Absolutely not. These four tips will help you make substitutions that maintain the integrity of the combo, tell a story in keeping with the combo you’re trying to recreate, and keep you in the game. ..
Sep 17, 2016
There's no one-way approach to the garden-making process. When deciding what to plant with what in my garden I find that I’m typically approaching it in one of two ways. ..
Sep 09, 2016
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Sep 08, 2016
Often times, I will begin my design process with a simple shape-study sketch, not knowing which plants I am drawing, but focusing instead on letting my creativity flow and creating a vignette that includes a diversity of plant shapes, colors and textures that's pleasing to the eye. Before a plant is a named, actual, specified, particular plant — it's a shape, a color, a texture. ..
May 17, 2016
Are you a foliage aficionado? Are endless blooms your bag? Is your garden in hot baking sun? Looking for ways enhance your garden's wintertime scene? Or perhaps you share your garden with deer? ..
Apr 02, 2016
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Jul 15, 2015
The eGardenGo™ web app is the brainchild of renowned garden designer Darcy Daniels of Bloomtown™ Gardens. Darcy has been designing gardens and helping clients connect with their outdoor spaces for over 15 years. She is well known for her rich, textural plantings and creative use of small spaces. We asked Darcy some questions to learn more about what inspired the concept for eGardenGo, and how the app can help gardeners at every level of experience. ..
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