Category: In The Garden

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Transplantation – Maybe…

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas A re-landscaping project has many moving parts that need to be scheduled in the right order. Following the design, one of the earliest tasks, if...

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The Scent Of A Garden

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas Think back to a childhood memory. Can you think of one that strongly connects to a smell? Roses in a garden? Fruit pies baking in...

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Florida’s State (Palm) Tree

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas In 1953, the Florida State legislature designated a state tree. They selected the native Sabal palmetto, commonly known as a sabal or cabbage palm or...

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Words Of Water

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas Water is vital for life and when heard, powerful in the garden. We try to incorporate a water feature into every garden we design. It...

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Our Most Difficult Design – Ever

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas At our home and office, we have a garden – actually, multiple garden areas: Front Formal Garden, Sunset Temple Terrace, Pollinator Garden, Edible Garden, Birdbath Fountain...

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Does North Matter?

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas Whether you are in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere, the pole you are closer to has an impact on many activities. In the northern hemisphere, an...

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The Dirty “S” Word

In The Garden – By Stephen and Kristin Pategas The “S” word puts fear in the hearts of designers. A good design is completed in a manner so that when it comes to realization every...