January, 2010 | Satori Garden Design
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Solitude and Unexpected Beauty

[caption id="attachment_253" align="alignleft" width="289" caption="collection of heart-shaped rocks"][/caption] Last week after the winds and before the torrential rains I took a hike up Westridge.  On a whim, I went by myself and I'm so glad because it was gorgeous, clear and quite.  It does something for...

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Permeable Prettier Pathways (say that 3 times!)

[caption id="attachment_140" align="alignleft" width="256" caption="broken concrete and brick path"][/caption] I've been so delighted as of late to see many people breaking up their concrete driveways or paths.  The results are not only very attractive but serve a greater purpose in allowing the water to percolate down...

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How does she know?

My pug, Puddin', has a sixth sense about my photo taking.  It's really funny but when I go out to document something she manages to get in the shot.  Here I was taking a shot for photos I had to submit for the Santa Monica...

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Plants that go POW!

I love plants that put on a show when the rest of the landscape is going through the "drabs."  Take this little Ginko biloba for instance.  I was driving home from the market and it practically jumped out in front of my car.  It's so...

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