Garden Designers Roundtable – Color Me Flannel

Be sure to check out my fellow bloggers on the Garden Designers Roundtable this month!

Andrew Keys : Garden Smackdown : Boston, MA »
Douglas Owens-Pike : Energyscapes : Minneapolis, MN »
Genevieve Schmidt : North Coast Gardening : Arcata, CA »
Ivette Soler : The Germinatrix : Los Angeles, CA »
Jocelyn Chilvers : The Art Garden : Denver, CO »
Rebecca Sweet : Gossip in the Garden : Los Altos, CA »
Rochelle Greayer : Studio “G” : Boston, MA »
Scott Hokunson : Blue Heron Landscapes : Granby, CT »
Susan Cohan : Miss Rumphius’ Rules : Chatham, NJ »

23 thoughts on “Garden Designers Roundtable – Color Me Flannel

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  2. What a fun romp through the world of color, Christina! I just love how you found so many diverse quotes and photos to feature. I’m most intrigued by the color-blind woman’s take on color – it never occurred to me how beneficial it might be for color-blind folks to get to imagine and feel and remember color.

    Thanks for a beautiful and thought-provoking post.

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  6. Wow! I learned, I lived, I LOVED!!!
    That was one great post! …
    You gave us a beautiful garden right in your post – a lovely association of gathered pictures and words … a poem.
    Thank you, Doll! Wonderful.

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  9. Christina,

    What a wonderful post covering color in so many ways. I loved reading the quotes and looking at the interplay of colors in the photos – one more inspiring than the next.

  10. Anyone who quotes Ironbelly from Garden Web has got to have it down straight !
    Dan is the man.
    When asked what is my favorite color I usually remark that I’m not in third grade anymore. .. and then offer this smug answer.. “plaid”.

  11. I do believe I’m going to bookmark this so I can come back to it later. Fantastic quotes, but what a moving story from the GardenWeb member who was blind. Wow!

  12. Beautiful post Christina! I love the Musa and Colocasia in the Neutral pots, they are beautiful. Wonderfully inspiring quotes too, nice touch! Scott

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