BILOWZ ASSOCIATES INC. is an award winning landscape architectural design firm with a proven philosophy: "Creating Design with Harmony & Balance."
Our company blog, Annie's Gardening Corner, takes a sneak peek at how we balance our own love for everything green + a place to find inspiration, garden ideas and landscape design tips.

To browse our award winning landscape design portfolios, click on our company website at WWW.BILOWZASSOCIATES.COM

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Garden Thoughts for Thursday



























Stuck in the midst of my own garden weeds, here are a few interesting thoughts for this Thursday as they relate to gardening:

* Need a little entertainment? Plan a dinner party using your garden herbs. Need some help? http://www.saveur.com/article/menu/Elegant-Herb-Garden-Dinner?cmpid=fb
This menu looks like elegance meets good eats; a perfect match for a Saturday evening. And don’t forget to start drying your herbs, too!

* Why not plant a stunning fall flower. Want some suggestions? Try Asters. You can’t beat the durability, survivability and darn right pretty look of an Aster. Check out two posts from last September if you need a couple of choices. http://blog.bilowzassociates.com/2010/09/out-of-park-color.html http://blog.bilowzassociates.com/2010/09/setting-for-blue.html

* Onward and upward - follow the flora. With autumn sneaking up on us, there’s still plenty of color to dazzle the eye. Combine the seasonal crops ready for harvest with the ‘what’s in’ flora and you’ve got yourself one heck of a fancy table arrangement. It should add a nice splash for that elegant dinner party.

* And of course, tidy up the tinsel. Just checking to see how many of you notice the Christmas paper, holiday cards, lights, decorations – it’s already taking front row/center stage in the stores. You guessed it - right next to the lawn and garden supplies. Yikes. So tidy up your garden tinsel – those beat up tools in the garden shed sure could use a cleaning, especially if you plan on jumping ahead into the way-too soon tinsel-time of the year.

*Just one last garden thought for Thursday - our quote for the day because we can never leave a blog post without one. Carl Jung’s words seem most appropriate for this list of garden thoughts. “Often the hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.” So if you’re stuck in the midst of your own garden weeds, it’s always best to dig in, hands first. There will be plenty of time this winter for the intellectual gardener.

Image by Ann Bilowz

If you like this blog, remember to post and become a friend on our fan page at http://www.facebook.com/abilowz or follow me on twitter http://twitter.com/annbilowz (where there are even more shared tidbits) or subscribe on the blog to receive posts daily via email or a feed. Either way, we hope you follow the postings somewhere in cyberspace and share it with your gardening friends. Questions, comments or thoughts, contact me direct at annbilowz@gmail.com Happy Gardening. Annie
Post a Comment

About Me

My photo

Check in for your daily share's worth of garden inspiration, landscape architecture and design tips; always original, not cookie cutter and copied. Just like our design work, we strive for unique! We invite you to contact Bilowz Associates, Inc., or to browse our portfolios. Like our Facebook follow on Twitter or subscribe to the blog to receive posts daily via email or a feed. You can follow with visuals on Pinterest and find us on LinkedIn and Houzz, too.  You can also find us back on our Google+ Business Page. (Landscape architects/Landscape Design/serving Massachusetts and New England.) Visit our landscape architectural design firm's website where creating design with balance and harmony is our story. http://www.bilowzassociates.com/

© 2009

© 2009 Ann St. Jean-Bilowz/Bilowz Associates Inc. (including all photographs, unless otherwise noted in Annie's Gardening Corner are the property of Bilowz Associates Inc. and shall not be reproduced in any manner nor are they to be assigned to any third party without the expressed written permission and consent of Bilowz Associates Inc.)