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January 6, 2018 0 Comments

Growing up, I always wanted to be a writer. I read voraciously as a kid and I always envisioned myself locked in a cabin somewhere, with just a typewriter and a dog for

August 20, 2014 0 Comments

One of my favorite things to do on this blog is to profile recent projects. It's a fun opportunity to show what's possible, and maybe brag a little. Hey, my clients let me

August 8, 2014 0 Comments

I grew up in a 1950s ranch house in Rhode Island. It's the one in the photo above. You can see that there are two doors on the front of the house: the

May 17, 2014 2 Comments

I get a lot of requests from people interested in adding a pergola to their landscape. They’re cool to begin with and they’ve been made all the more popular by HGTV, etc. over

March 3, 2014 0 Comments

Well, it looks like Winter Storm Titan!!! (cue dramatic music) is fizzling out already, but that's not to say it didn't bring ice and snow with it. Luckily it's still early enough that

January 29, 2014 2 Comments

I finally wore Mindy down this fall and we adopted a dog. This is my sweetheart Bonnie, a German Shorthair Pointer (GSP) mix who came to us via the Mid-Atlantic GSP Rescue. Say

January 26, 2014 2 Comments

I'm a charcoal snob. It's one of the reasons why I really only deal with the higher end gas grills, because an infra-red sear burner is the only way to get the same

December 9, 2013 0 Comments

One can break landscape design clients into general categories. There are the "I don't care whatever you want" types; the ones who are excited about the project and invested in the result but

October 2, 2013 0 Comments

I've been really excited to share some case studies with you - detailed posts explaining what we did and why we did it - but it seemed like a lot to ask people

August 19, 2013 30 Comments

I'll admit that I'm not always the most extroverted person. When we visited the beautiful Annefield Vineyards in Saxe, Virginia, the thought of an old house in the middle of 100 rural acres