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

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

#TrendingNow



#Snow maps feel like an everyday occurrence. Our fearless groundhog must be gloating on his grand performance. There might actually be a speck of meteorological value to the furry critter’s predictions, at least if you look at this winter’s weather patterns.

So on goes the battle as we dodge another wintery mix. It might be convincing many to jump into the whole outdoor living experience sooner than spring. Your mind is made up - your adventurous plans are underway. And if you had a chance to catch yesterday’s post, starting your own vegetable garden could make this year’s list.

But let’s delve back further. It’s a post from last spring; a book review - ‘To Be or Not to Be a Garden Geek’. Tailored for those making the big jump into a vegetable garden, this quick read is also recommended for the serious ‘Geek’ gardeners. It’s a definite keeper for the reference shelves. This book serves much like a well-worn tool, something you want by your garden side when spring finally arrives. It’s the reason why ‘Gardening for Geeks’ deserves another preview performance.

It's an all-in-one, comprehensive book. Its main feature is its simple default language yet it offers something of value to all levels of garden expertise. Wilhelmi takes a complicated subject matter and translates it into easy terminology, allowing all levels to venture into outdoor living, gardens and all things green. Her instructive book offers knowledge as well as the crucial step by step ways to make a garden happen. And it all comes in digestible, bite size chapters.

So that’s a wrap as the snowflakes swirl.The groundhog said it won’t be spring for a few more weeks. Let the wise words of Robert Frost remind us, “You can’t get too much winter in the winter.” Let’s ask everyone tomorrow.

© Winter Image - Greg Bilowz

If you like this blog, hope you check in for your daily share's worth of inspiration, design, and garden tips; always original, not cookie cutter and copied. Just like our design work, we strive for unique! Like our Facebook follow on Twitter or subscribe to 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. Contact me direct at Annie You can follow with visuals on Pinterest and find us on LinkedIn and Houzz, too. Don’t forget Google+ where you can find us under Ann Bilowz and Bilowz Associates Inc.
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.)