August, 2010 | Satori Garden Design
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In Praise of the “old-fashioned”

[caption id="attachment_248" align="alignleft" width="408" caption="Camellia japonica happily hugging a partly shady wall"][/caption] I'm reading a book right now called the "Paradox of Choice."  As you can probably guess, it's premise is that we now have tremendous choice in our lives about virtually everything and this is...

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A Plant Geek’s Favorite

[caption id="attachment_461" align="alignleft" width="433" caption="amazing Euphorbias"][/caption] Like any self-respecting plant geek, hardly a day goes by when I don't fall in love with a new plant or revisit an old favorite.  In fact, for me, the challenge of designing landscapes is more what plants to leave...

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San Miguel de Allende

[caption id="attachment_433" align="alignleft" width="395" caption="rill at Charco del Ingenio"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_338" align="alignleft" width="338" caption="returning to our cool courtyard for siesta"][/caption] I took my husband to San Miguel de Allende in January to celebrate his 50th. We had been wanting to go for so long and finally...

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