Posts made in March 1st, 2015

Shady Urban Hill

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A shady urban lot on a hill was overgrown with invasive bishop’s weed. The shallow soil over the ledge and the extended shade were challenges. The owner wanted a more manageable site, screening from the neighbor’s yard, and a peaceful setting. Native plants like bearberry, clethra, and itea were added. To decrease cost, ferns and ginger were transplanted from other areas of the yard and existing moss was harvested from areas that were going to be disturbed or mulched, and then transplanted. Moss Established on Ledge Sedum Pocket on Ledge Rebuilt Stone Wall, Invasives Removed, New...

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March in Place

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Post a photo of wherever it is that you are this month of March, and whatever it is that makes it special or beautiful – people, landscape, architecture, plants, etc.

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Good Things

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Good Things

Summer seems very far away for some of us, but the seasons promise that before too long, we will again be enjoying the warmth of the sun. Sometimes, we might get caught up in the routine of each season coming and going, expecting that life will offer the same things year after year. But, just like finding unexpected wild berries on a summer walk, if we allow ourselves to look and be receptive, new experiences and opportunities can be as sweet to experience as finding ripe, sun-warmed berries. Life doesn’t usually let us know what to expect. A year ago, MargaForma did not exist, not...

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How to Make An Attractive City

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How to Make An Attractive City

You might not agree with all of the opinions presented, but it is still an interesting infographideo.

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Water Bar and Dry Sink

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Trail drainage using logs to for a water bar that will drain into a two foot deep dry well. Dry Well and Water Bar Construction Completed Dry Well – Anna F. & Amy N, Garden in the Woods, Framingham,...

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