Our newest postcard features a few photos of our work (learn more below) and addresses for our website and this journal. If you’re new to the journal – welcome! Once you’ve learned about the photos on the card, we hope you’ll keep reading. The newsletters are a great place to start, or you can take a quick scroll through our last fourteen months of photos, ideas and news. We update every few days during the growing season, so we hope you’ll check back soon.
To learn about our Mosaic-designed, 100% recycled-paper postcards read more here.
But for now, on to the pictures!
This rusting metal wisteria arbor shades our clients’ west-facing seating area. We designed the steel frame to be sturdy enough to support a mature vine, but aesthetically light enough not to overwhelm the plant’s beauty or the view. When the vine drops its leaves for winter or the vine is cut back hard, the arbor provides a clean and (we think) attractive structure on its own. If you like the arbor, you might enjoy this post with photos of some of our other custom metal features.
A little courtyard makes the perfect outdoor dining room for clients who love to cook. The garden is just outside their kitchen, where they spend much of their time, and screened from their semi-busy street by a redwood fence. We built the redwood fence and stone patio, installed the plants, and even designed the cool metal furniture! Learn more about this pocket garden in our 6th newsletter, Sit. Stay., where we share some ideas for designing a great seating area, and in a post about our furniture designs.
A big, hand-coiled, Vietnamese urn and rustic basalt path anchor this pretty garden. Our client requested a cottage-style planting with as much pastel floral color as her voracious deer would allow. We balanced the seasonal color with bold foliage for year-round impact. This garden has some great ideas, and we’ve discussed different aspects of it in a recent post about “making a scene,” a newsletter about garden features, and a post with photos of three of our favorite deer gardens.
Thanks for reading! We hope the card and journal provide inspiration for your garden, or at least a few minutes of fun. If you would like to learn more about Mosaic and how we can help you create your garden, visit mosaic-gardens.com or call 541.434.6467.