Mosaic Gardens Journal

news, photos and inspiration

Ask Mosaic – a winter Q&A January 14, 2010

Filed under: News,Q&A — Rebecca Sams from Mosaic Gardens @ 7:10 pm

Our orchard after a winter storm

Do you miss our more frequent growing season posts? Do you have a question about our work or one of our gardens, but haven’t known how/when/where to ask? We’d love to hear from you! For at least the next couple of months, we hope to make the journal more interactive by responding to your questions and thoughts on the site.

Take a moment to inquire about any Mosaic-related subject in the “comments” section of this post or email us at mosaic@mosaic-gardens.com. We’ll respond to your question directly, and, most of the time, we’ll post your question and our answer on the journal. We hope this experiment will bring more frequent updates (it’s up to you!), offer fun new ideas for your gardens, and help us get to know you better.

Of course, we will never share your personal or contact information, and you will not be added to our mailing list unless you request otherwise.

We look forward to your questions and comments!

Rebecca & Buell

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3 Responses to “Ask Mosaic – a winter Q&A”

  1. marjorie Says:

    In the 7/30/09 Cool Online Too,..
    There’s a picture of Gregory’s house (fantastic job on that house — just love it), in the next picture down, there is a gray/silver plant in left foreground. What is it?

    Thanks.

    • mosaicgardens Says:

      Thanks for your question! We’ve emailed a response and posted a little more information on the journal.

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