Woodland garden 1

Jay Sifford

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katpur24
katpur24 added this to small garden areas6 Nov 2016

The artist is drawn to beauty and desires to create. Some artists desire to share their beauty with the world. For others, creating beauty that satisfies their spirit is sufficient. Artists are as varied as the art they create. There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to these people. In general artists are captivated by light, color, texture, shapes and lines. They tend to notice the details, tediously modifying them to create a seemingly effortless big picture. They also tend to delight in serendipity. You may be a unique combination of several different gardener archetypes. Personally, I am an artist, a philosopher and a collector. Which one rules? That depends on how many plant catalogs and design magazines end up in my mailbox in a particular week. Let’s look at the elements you can employ to craft a garden that satisfies your inner artist.

mliautaud
mliautaud added this to Pond Designs22 Dec 2014

Fish to help keep pond rid of mosquitoes and flies

babybasil
babybasil added this to Springing Ahead 201411 May 2014

Absolutely everything. It is breathtaking. Great Jay Sifford.

lisa_ruggerole
Lisa Ruggerole Kasunic added this to Opal gardens18 Mar 2014

The artist is drawn to beauty and desires to create. Some artists desire to share their beauty with the world. For others, creating beauty that satisfies their spirit is sufficient.

brandybrat
brandybrat added this to brandybrat's ideas26 Jan 2014

The artist is drawn to beauty and desires to create. Some artists desire to share their beauty with the world. For others, creating beauty that satisfies their spirit is sufficient. Artists are as varied as the art they create. There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to these people. In general artists are captivated by light, color, texture, shapes and lines. They tend to notice the details, tediously modifying them to create a seemingly effortless big picture. They also tend to delight in serendipity.

lovesandart
lovesandart added this to lovesandart's ideas15 Jan 2014

Would love to transform my "box yard" into an "zen" full garden/oasis!

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