Florida Couple: 17-Year-Old Vegetable Garden or $1,500 a Month

Here we go again— the war on vegetables continues A new zoning ordinance supposedly designed to “protect the distinctive character” of a community in Miami Shores, Fla., has forced a couple to rip up their 17-year-old vegetable garden. Sure, they could have defied the city’s ordinance, but it would have cost them $50 a day,… Continue reading Florida Couple: 17-Year-Old Vegetable Garden or $1,500 a Month

Eastcote, Los Angeles, Delaware, Sketches, and Goldsworthy

Five very different articles in this post. Starting with a global competition for all things sketchy, a big renovation for the Eastcote House Gardens in England due to a big money influx and great news for vegetable gardeners in Los Angeles. But there’s more. A proposal for a 27 acre botanical garden in Delaware, I’ve… Continue reading Eastcote, Los Angeles, Delaware, Sketches, and Goldsworthy

Some Interesting Sites(5), and $200 Gardens

More snooping around has lead me to a few interesting sites and post you might find interesting. Designboom has really caught my interest starting with a story on a new opportunity in solar business.  Roofray is the name of the company and they’ve got some interesting ideas. roofray’ is a solar array modelling service and… Continue reading Some Interesting Sites(5), and $200 Gardens