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Maria von Brincken Speaks at Boston Flower Show

Maria von Brincken Speaks at Boston Flower Show

Posted on Feb 29, 2016 | 0 comments

SUDBURY, MA—Ever wonder how to make outdoor rooms using vines? Award winning landscape designer and flower garden specialist, Maria von Brincken, a featured speaker at this year’s Boston Flower and Garden Show www.bostonflowershow.com will share those techniques. Held at the Seaport World Trade Center, on Sunday, March 20th at 1:30 PM, Maria will talk...

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Sweet Autumn Splendor

Sweet Autumn Splendor

Posted on Oct 6, 2014 | 2 comments

The starry mass of the late blooming “Sweet Autumn’ Clematis welcomes visitors to Carlisle Center Park. It’s a great example of vertical gardening with the clematis’ amazing span across the fence. The planting also creates one ‘wall’ of the “outdoor room” I created for the conversation area. The massed...

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Contemporary Courtyard Magic

Contemporary Courtyard Magic

Posted on Sep 25, 2011 | 0 comments

This contemporary (post modern?) style home had a serious grading and drainage issues and people and car circulation problems.  The problems were solved by a fieldstone retaining wall, the parking court with path and edging, a meandering curve path to front door, and the arch that framed the entry and repeated the arch design of the front door.  The...

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A Break in the Rainfall

A Break in the Rainfall

Posted on Sep 8, 2011 | 0 comments

Seems like it’s been raining for days, and it has.  But the cloud cover brightened a bit late this morning so I could snap this photo. I thought I’d share the view that lightens my mood and greets me each day. Recently the vine clematis ‘Sweet Autumn’  began its’ white flowering, the daphne continues to bloom with tons of...

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I’m looking forward to Spring

I’m looking forward to Spring

Posted on Feb 19, 2011 | 0 comments

copyright 2010 Maria von Brincken  The 60 degree weather yesterday was wonderful. In many years, a January or February thaw would be a great time to cut back large ornamental grasses. Not this year! The garden’s still buried under now snow mounds high above my head.  This photo of the early blooming clematis ‘grandiflora’ helps me...

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