Scott Endres Posts

The Green Room – Bringing the Inside Out To Your Patio and Balcony Spaces

Gardens come in all shapes and sizes and just like the rooms inside, when thoughtfully executed, reflect a homeowner’s personal style. A garden might seem out of reach for someone just moving into a sexy […]

Mini Garden Getaways at our Fingertips

Leave it to the dog days of summer to take its toll on gardeners and non-gardeners alike. For the gardener, our seasonal plantings have matured, and we might be at a crossroads of what to […]

Tools of the Trade: Understanding the Principles and Elements of Garden Design

A well designed garden is a composition of art, similar to sculpture, where all components work together while honoring the principles and elements of design. In my garden, I seek out the unusual. Interesting combinations […]

A Rainbow of COLOR

Color, albeit the most recognized design element, is still a mystery to many. The color wheel is considered the key to understanding the relationship of all colors of the rainbow. By organizing the colors into […]

Gardening: Eye Candy

Leave it to spring to bring an overwhelming amount of visual inspiration for both gardeners and non-gardeners alike. Our garden center is filled to the max to the garden lovers’ delight. Seems like wherever you […]

I Did It My Way! The Evolution of My Garden

When I moved into my house 16 years ago, I found myself in a quandary. Having a passion for plant diversity and harmonious garden combinations, I felt a little constricted by the amount of space […]

Green Behind the Glass: A Modern Twist on a Growing Trend

In the world of gardening, trends come and go, and sometimes the most fabulous trends become, well, trendy again. This is definitely the case with terrariums– the new “in thing” for indoor spaces. These modern […]

Sow! Can You Seed?

By this time every winter, green-starved gardeners pacify their days with high hopes and visions of their ideal garden come Spring. Our mailboxes and computer screens are filled with plant porn in the form of […]

The Brighter Side of Winter

With the garden tucked away for winter and hardy plants settled into dormancy, gardeners too can think about taking a little rest. After all, like the plants, we need a little downtime to be ready […]

Holiday How-To: O Christmas Tree!

If you haven’t picked out the absolute best tree or fresh holiday greens yet, don’t fret. Fresher is always better when it comes to holiday greenery. Here are a few pointers on how to choose, […]

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