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Twitter Garden Reviews on thinkinGardens | thinkinGardens

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Garden Reviews from Twitter. 8220;no two people see the same play.no two people bring the same intelligence or the same willingness to participate”. Edward Albee in The Telegraph 30.04.11. The views expressed are those of the contributors, not of thinkin. Ardens. To contribute send your tweet to AnneWareham. And thank you to all our current contributors. For fuller garden reviews please see Garden Reviews. Nice, and sub-tropical for an added bonus. See also full review. See full review by Anne Wareham.

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Book Reviews | thinkinGardens

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You may do unexpected things – a book review by James Golden. March 24, 2016. This looks like an unusually exciting book. (It’s on order.) I’m begining to wonder if America has all the best gardens now? Anne Wareham, editor A review of The Art of Gardening: Design Inspiration and Innovative Planting Techniques from Chanticleer by R. William Thomas and the Chanticleer gardeners The entrance to the Chanticleer garden, in […]. And the view from the UK by Mark Laurence. February 25, 2016. February 12, 2016.

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Robin’s Big Statement by Paul Morgan. September 1, 2016. In the spring I visited a garden. It doesn’t matter which or where. It was perfectly adequate as a garden apart from having no seats. But it left me cold. And I realised that that is the thing which probably always comes first – the emotional response. Judgement follows. As Paul Morgan now explains. Anne Wareham, […]. Gardeners, Designers – or Garden Makers? August 18, 2016. Want to get Published? July 28, 2016. July 15, 2016. From John Sales, the ...

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thinkinGardens Index of Articles, Reviews and Events | thinkinGardens

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Ardens archives either by category, month of publication or article title. Gardeners, Designers – or Garden Makers? Want to get Published? Sissinghurst – forever, for everyone? Commercial at what cost? By Bella D’Arcy Reed. What do gardens say? Taste and Themes at Chelsea by Daniel Bristow. Plume Puzzle by Adam Hodge. Garden allusions, by Noel Kingsbury, Anne Wareham, and Yue Zhuang. You may do unexpected things – a book review by James Golden. The Importance of Labels by Rachel The Gardener. The Cost of...

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Japanese Zen Gardens, by Yoko Kawaguchi and Alex Ramsey reviewed by Jake Hobson for thinkingardens | thinkinGardens

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Japanese Zen Gardens, by Yoko Kawaguchi and Alex Ramsey, reviewed by Jake Hobson. March 10, 2014. Time for a book review, and I’m delighted to welcome Jake Hobson, who is reviewing Japanese Zen Gardens, by Yoko Kawaguchi and Alex Ramsey. It’s great to be able to hand a book like this for review to someone who really knows about the subject. Japanese gardens seem to me to be full of enormous pitfalls for most Europeans who have such totally different traditions and expectations. Anne Wareham, editor.

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Gardening with Bob Dylan. Wednesday, 21 August 2013. The Losing Garden - Cold Irons Bound. Weve all had that nightmare vision of our own lonely deaths, our neglected corpses gnawed by domestic pets. Links to this post. Subscribe to: Posts (Atom). Chipping at the Pedestal. If you would like to hear a song I refer to, I commend you to dylanradio.com. Follow by Email - NOT WORKING because of length of posts. Please put me in your favourites. The Losing Garden - Cold Irons Bound. Books I love - Gardening.

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Gardening with Bob Dylan: Scylla and Charybdis - Idiot Wind

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Gardening with Bob Dylan. Friday, 1 May 2015. Scylla and Charybdis - Idiot Wind. I arrived in Italy for a necessarily brief break and some fast weeding, only to be met by smashed trees and a series of landslips. I have been startled, first by the dazzling sunshine, then by the meaningless destruction, snagged branches like broken teeth, strange angular misshapes in the hedgerows, confusion and disorder in the woodlands. How did this happen? I'm a fearful pessimist: my fortunate and relatively pampered li...

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The Galloping Gardener: RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 - Preview of The Show Gardens

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Monday, 18 May 2015. RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 - Preview of The Show Gardens. The M&G Garden - The Retreat designed by Jo Thompson. Royal Bank of Canada Garden designed by Matthew Wilson. Sentebale - Hope in Vulnerability designed by Matt Keightley. Prince Harry reflecting in the Sentebale garden at RHS Chelsea this year. Cloudy Bay Garden, in association with Vital Earth designed by Harry and David Rich. Homebase Urban Retreat Garden in association with Macmillan Cancer Support designed by Adam Frost.

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the clay garden: May 2013

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Country living in a council flat. Down the garden path. Path as it is - concrete and straight. Boring. I have a dilemma. I'm taking the next week off, and one of the many things I plan to do is dig up our old garden path, and put in a new one. I think I'm going to make it a brick one to match the house. I realise it's going to take me a lot longer than I think. And I think it's going to take me quite a long time. I'm in two minds - a curved path following roughly the same route? Subscribe to: Posts (Atom).

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Friday, September 05, 2014. What is a garden? The student's first port of call for a definition, Wikipedia. Describes a garden as " . a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation, and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature. The garden can incorporate both natural and man-made materials". Others subscribe to the view of the garden as an outdoor room, for relaxing and socialising. The home of the 'shadow monster'. A steam train track. A diesel train track. So, what is our.

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Making the natural, unnatural. A journal recording my garden, which is currently in North-West England, but trying to escape. It is a bit of a rebel. There will be subterranean goings-on, grandiloquent muck-raking, bathetic scheming, curious gardening and a curious gardener. Why The Chthonian Life? The name suits the garden because it’s recondite, it’s a kind of opposite of Tom and Barbara’s Good Life, and because when I garden i’m H.P. Lovecraft with a shovel. 3 Responses to “About”. Bamboo, succulents ...

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Country living in a council flat. The Greatest flower show on earth. That said, the gardens are supposed to be inspirational, not models for what to do at home, and they have definitely provided food for thought. I did love the wilder, mixed planting look, and can feel an overhaul of our lacklustre perennial bed coming on. I also came away with some new plants that I absolutely loved:. Like a pink cow parsley, but perennial. Again - pink flowers, but mostly green, and so pretty. I so want a Mulberry tree!

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Love the Life Under the Visible Leaf! Plant Inventory [As of 21 August 2014]. Rare and Unusual Border. Speaking Engagements [* Updated for 2014* ]. When the genus Deinanthe first crossed my radar some eight years ago, I was only aware of there being two species within the genus: Deinanthe bifida, a Japanese herbaceous clumping perennial with white Hydrangea like flowers [appropriate since the two genera are related to one another! And distinctively notched tips to its foliage [hence bifida. Click on the ...

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