Monday, March 1, 2010


This garden, below, gets it right. How do you know?
The bones (evergreen structure, axis, focal point, hardscape) hold together in deepest winter, above.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Top pic from Wing Haven. Bottom pic I took last week at Wing Haven, Charlotte, NC.


Debra Phillips said...

perfect example tara! love it

vignette design said...

What a difference between the two photos. Love the garden in spring!

Christine B. said...

Wow, deepest winter has a whole other meaning in NC. I can only sigh and get my snow shovel out.

Christine in Alaska

Vera said...

Oh you give me great hope for the little cabin. I can't wait to see what pops up this Spring 'cause it DOES have good bones.

Keep the encouragement coming!!!!

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

So beautiful and I can't WAIT for spring!

Anonymous said...

Hi Tara!! I am sitting here going through House & Garden's complete Book of Gardens. Dreaming for planting a beautiful garden!!! xoxoxoxo