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Reimaging Your Landscape & Gardens

Reimaging Your Landscape & Gardens

Posted on Mar 20, 2022 | 0 comments

Landscape & Garden designed and implemented by Maria von Brincken. Image yourself pausing in this happy garden Just a few minutes on the way to or from somewhere. Image all your senses engaged. Surrounded by flower gardens, slowing down to hear the bees buzzing and the birds tweeting, scents of flowers, sun and the occasional breeze on your skin. Calm....

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Lighting Our Way

Lighting Our Way

Posted on Mar 3, 2020 | 0 comments

March roars in like a lion  and leaves like a lamb.  Prickly pear hail storms batter us. While the next day, gentle sun caresses our skin. One moment black clouds, while another cerulean skies give way to contented sighs. Meteorological spring has sprung. Daffodil stems from grocery stores now cheer up our counters and tables. We look forward to bright...

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What’s Beauty Anyway?

What’s Beauty Anyway?

Posted on Nov 16, 2019 | 0 comments

To some, it’s a well organized sock drawer, or the roll of a perfect putt, or the gurgle of a remote canyon stream.  Or a garden. To me, its not “either–or,  but “and”. Our home landscape and gardens have to potential to offer a place of retreat, play, welcome, and beauty. A designed landscape and its gardens could be a...

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Charming Patio Makeover Seats 10!

Charming Patio Makeover Seats 10!

Posted on Nov 13, 2019 | 0 comments

Back yard makeover transforms this back patio from ugly to Charming, Beautiful, and Functional. Before: Nasty steep slope with miscellaneous plants to old ugly back patio. After:  the newly installed landscape design transforms the back patio area. The back patio makeover includes wide easy to use granite steps and landings that lead to the new enlarged...

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Farm House Meadow & Borders

Farm House Meadow & Borders

Posted on Jul 21, 2019 | 0 comments

Year two: The pollinator wildflower meadow is taking off while the house gardens fill in.The two gardens share some of the same plants so they connect visually and create a sense of abundance.These are happy gardens.                     The meadow is wilder and seemly more randomly planted. The really tall...

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