How neat are these edible birdhouses? A wee bit more sophisticated than those pinecone feeders we used to make in Brownies! From Atelier Oi, an online portfolio of architecture and design. Via Moco Loco.
Archives for February 2006
I’d been contemplating taking either the Master Gardener or UBC Garden Design program for some time now. I’m happy to say that I applied and was accepted to the UBC program. I have my student orientation tonight, and start the first course, “The History and Theory of Garden Design,” in March. I’m so excited! This […]
Cuba. Ten days. Two very different experiences. Today I’ll write about the first: Havana. Both over and underwhelming, Havana is a city of conflict and wild contrast. Walk down one quaint cobblestone street in Habana Vieja (Old Havana), a UNESCO Heritage Site, and every building along it will be precisely restored, paint fresh, potted palms […]
Any of you Pacific Northwest types going to the Northwest Flower and Garden Show (in Seattle) this weekend? I’m particularly looking forward to A Place to Take Root, one of the show’s highlights and the first exhibit devoted to the evolution of the common flower pot. Described as a “traveling museum piece,” it will feature […]