I’m hooked. In fact, ever since I picked up my first copy of Garden Design Magazine in 2010 I was hooked. It was bold and beautiful with plenty of room to dream. I had recently finished studies in garden design, had started my own consulting business and was deep into writing Pass the Pistil. The magazine was invaluable. When it closed its doors in 2013 I was more than a little disappointed. There was no other publication to replace it.
When it re-emerged under new ownership and a brand new no ad, all beauty vibe, all was well with the universe once more. I could get my fix, glean from the best of the best and find room to dream within its pages all over again.
I particularly love the articles featuring gardens that work with nature, detailed forays into flowers and design elements that elevate everyday living — and there is so much more, that’s just the beginning. As I mentioned in my latest newsletter, The New Year always walks in with promise — but it helps to have a healthy dose of inspiration to keep us on our toes and propel us closer to the heart of living.
In fact, what I love about gardens and growing is that it’s filled with amazing people, fabulous resources like Garden Design Magazine and a world of possibilities. We’re in this together and we’re better for it.
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Many thanks to the people at Garden Design Magazine for your dedication and love. It shows.
*Thoughts and words are my own. I was not paid to write this article. Photographs courtesy of Garden Design Magazine.