Mosaic Gardens Journal

news, photos and inspiration

Q&A – photo request March 16, 2011

Filed under: photos,Q&A — Rebecca Sams from Mosaic Gardens @ 11:30 pm
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Have a question? Want more frequent updates? We’d love to hear from you! Read more here and write us in the comments or at mosaic@mosaic-gardens.com.

Our last post prompted a great comment from Jennifer:

“I check out garden blogs mainly for the pictures – the more the better!”

Point taken!  It’s a bit early and rainy for great new photos of our gardens, but your words will inspire us to start shooting sooner rather than later.  For now, we hope a scroll through this link to some of our biggest and best photo posts might bridge the gap.  And, thanks to Jennifer, here’s a view of the coast garden we haven’t yet shared.  Enjoy!

Another view of the coast garden

 

 

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5 Responses to “Q&A – photo request”

  1. Jennifer Says:

    Thank you! I love your site – it always makes me miss Eugene. : ) Is that dierama in the pic? I love it and have planted some twice but each time it’s died…guess it’s just not meant to be.

    • mosaicgardens Says:

      You’re welcome and thank you, too! It is Dierama pulcherrimum. We have had mixed success with it in Eugene, but it *loves* the coast. This one is fully exposed to big south winds off of the bay, and it doesn’t seem to mind the flogging or the salty air at all.

  2. […] This is our only allee, but the balance of soft and hard lines in a metal arch can create a striking effect in many spaces.  Below are a couple more photos of arches we have created.  If you missed it, you can get another view of the arches in our last post. […]

    • Brooke Graham Says:

      Thank you so much for writing all of these great ideas down for me (and us!). This is my new goal for Spring 2012!

      I live in Portland, so am hoping the same concept will translate perfectly.

      Thank you!

      Brooke


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