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Congratulations, Eve! Wishing you every success in your new venture. Are family discounts available? 🙂
Welcome to Chico!
Hello Eve. Good luck with your new adventure! I picked up a “bumpah stickah” for you at an art gallery in Peterborough, NH when we back east. I’ll try to send it to you or get it to you the next time I see you. Take care. Michael
Your website is fantastic! I can’t wait for you to redo my yard!
Very nice Eve! I’d love to see more detail on it. Nice blog too!
Thanks Jen! I just added a bigger image.
miss talking to you. love this big thing-y you made. (the sculpture)
Laury, when you get so technical with your art terminology, you really lose me!
I miss you too. We’re planning on being at Ft. Baker at 2pm Sunday to toast our beloved Mema.
I love the apparently random, yet architectural placement of the pavers. Combined with the excellent staining, and cutting some pavers to shape, it completes the repurposing concept. I did not even recognize that these pavers had begun life as those plain, gray coarse rectangles! Your skill as an artist, horticulturist and space-designer make a powerful combination for your clients. I wonder how long before Sunset Magazine features your work?
You make very high-concept art completely doable, affordable, and custom……. great design available for to enrich our daily lives.
I can’t wait to see more of your creative collaboration with each of your client’s aesthetic interests.
I am inspired by your wire sculpture. I just shared a link to this site in the bledit I created at Bleditor.com. Here it is: http://bleditor.com/bledit.php?bleditID=15475
Wow this is a great resource.. I’m enjoying it.. good article
Thank you and happy gardening!
The garden looks great, and it is surprising how affordable it is. But, what is not surprising, is that you were able to create something beautiful, low maintenance and sustainable.
Thanks Heidi! We can all hit it from different angles . . . .
Do you have a limit of how far (miles) you’ll travel?
I live in Williams and have not found any one who wants to come out here and yet still help me keep the cost down. My back yard is small 25′ x 50′ and I do have some plants in but it looks like maybe I’m need HELP.
Thanks in advance, Teresa
Thank you for your inquiry. I’d be happy to come to Williams. Please call me if you’d like to set up an appointment and we can talk about your garden.
I just lately thought about looking for new blogs on some proven gardening tips. Many of my top tools were found by surfing the net. Although this post isn’t exactly what I was seeking, It definetly has some top notch gardening related hints.
Thank you for visiting!
Great work chronicling your adventures in gardening. Those plants look wonderful. Thanks for posting!
I meant I want to prepare the soil this summer. ..
Good luck with your soil preparations, Anika!
My Wife and I are retired and living in Oroville, Ca where we built our home in 2009. We have about 1.8 acres and planned on a traditional landscaping plan with grass, etc. The property has a lot of existing oaks and has a lot of character to design around. I had planned on installing a sprinkler system with the idea of putting in enough to cover all options but that does not seen wise. We would like a landscaping design that can be primarily installed DIY over the next few years for budget reasons. If we have a master plan we can work at it as finances come available but also in a logical manner. Water considerations are paramount. Would it be possible to meet and get an idea of the cost of the design phase. We could bring prints and photos or meet here. Thank you for your consideration.
Thank you for contacting me. The cost for a master plan varies quite a bit depending on the complexity. My process is to start with an initial meeting on site to determine your goals and objectives. This usually takes an hour or two and is free. After this, I write a proposal detailing the proposed scope of work and fees.
I am currently booking new client in late July. If you would like to schedule an initial appointment, please email me at http://firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!