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LIFE IS A GARDEN; ENJOY THE STROLL.

August 14, 2015

MEET SOME OF MY CLIENTS!

Just kidding.  But, you're welcome to meet some of the blooming handiwork I created for them.

I usually make it a point to photograph most of my seasonal work, though some years, such as this one, I struggle to set aside the time.  I did, however, manage to capture some images.


I love working with colossal-sized containers, such as this golden glazed urn.  An advantage to large containers is that the soil temperature and moisture level is maintained for a longer period of time, thus preventing wet/dry extremes.
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©Linda Nelson 2015

The ocean is just a stone's throw from this home.  Very few annuals are tucked into (purple scaevola in the foreground)this colorful perennial seascape I designed for my client.
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©Linda Nelson 2015
linda nelson at the createaerie
©Linda Nelson 2015

Here again, big urns are just so easy to work with.
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©Linda Nelson 2015

This dark red Rudbeckia has been blooming non-stop throughout the summer.  It's the first year I am using it, and will do so in the future.  It's a keeper.
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©Linda Nelson 2015

This poolside vegetable garden is providing my client with sweet-like-sugar cherry tomatoes, perfect slicing cucumbers, bountiful bush beans and a nice selection of culinary herbs.
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©Linda Nelson 2015

A cheery, playful home requires cheery, playful plantings.
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©Linda Nelson 2015
linda nelson at the createaerie
©Linda Nelson 2015
linda nelson at the createaerie
©Linda Nelson 2015
linda nelson at the createaerie
©Linda Nelson 2015

Everyone who enters this home is greeted with a cool, colorful and crisp welcome, which is ideal for tempering the sweltering summer heat..... even if just visually.
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©Linda Nelson 2015
©Linda Nelson 2015
linda nelson at the createaerie
©Linda Nelson 2015
That's all for now, folks.


8 comments:

  1. Wow, Linda, where have you been hiding all this talent? Haha! I am SO impressed with these beautiful plants and designs...you definitely have the eye and the touch!

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    1. Thank you, Julie. It's often hit or miss when I can capture photos of the work I do for my clients.

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  2. Wow. I am impressed...Just another amazing talent of yours....

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    1. Thanks, Brooke. I enjoy working with plants so much. It's my life!

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  3. Wow! Gorgeous! You really are a skilled garderner with great taste and an eye for it. Thank you for sharing it gave me inspiration. The dark red Rudbeckia was neat.

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  4. Thanks, Charlotte. That particular Rudbeckia is an annual, and makes a great cutting flower, too!

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