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Garden Archive Nationale (Post From Paris III)

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31 December 2011 Bon Soir Dear Readers! More on the garden mentioned in yesterday’s post. The garden under development is at located at the Archive Nationale. This nouveau garden is surrounded by apartments and small hotels that are centuries old. A French garden in the making was quite the bonne chance to see! Even for landscape expert extraordinaire BFF Brad. I love to see the texture and the depth in…

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Post From Paris II

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30 December 2011 Bon Soir Dear Readers! Just a quick post this evening as I am experiencing problems with our internet connection here in the Marais– must be storm related. I promise to send a worth while post tomorrow for certain. The above is photo montage of a garden in the making near the Musee de la Chasse & Nature that we toured this AM. I will for certain post…

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Seasonal Succulents from San Francisco

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6 December 2011 What a wonderful idea. Leave it to the uber creative Flora Grubb to come up with such a cool idea to decorate you tree: “A brand-new way to share the beauty of the garden: The living succulent cuttings used for these ornaments don’t mind hanging around indoors for the holidays. When the season is over, the cuttings can be planted in a pot for the gardener to…

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