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The ABCs of EFGs

I am learning about edible forest gardens and permaculture, since they are such an important part of SegoDesign. Here is an overview: Edible forest gardens are generally small-scale and mimic the layered structure of a forest, complete with tree canopy, … Continue reading

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In the news

A SegoDesign project was honored this week by being chosen for a featured Ideabook on Houzz.com.  The article links to a number of projects, including Natalie’s design for a formal cloister garden filled with herbs: Easy Herbs for Every Space … Continue reading

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There were plants and birds and rocks and things…

Dear Readers, My name is Ilana and I recently joined the team at SegoDesign.  I am thrilled to be working with Natalie DeNormandie, who happens to be a former fellow student and colleague from the Harvard GSD.  We also ran … Continue reading

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Al Fresco Award at Oleana

So happy Best of Boston likes the garden patio even more than before! We inserted a full herb garden in the walled area underneath the pear espalier, carved out room for chocolate vines on the fences, made up new pots, … Continue reading

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Houzz Profile and Shat Plants

Check out my project profiled in ideas for raised planters on Houzz! Inspiring Raised Beds for Fall and Spring Planting Houzz- Kitchen Remodel, Bathroom Remodel and More» Browse Kitchen Products on Houzz- For Example: Bar Stools And Counter Stools · Kitchen … Continue reading

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Spring in the Garden

I’ve always felt spring in New England tends to come on fast and move into summer even faster. James says there is a ‘long run-up’ but I guess my blinks are longer than his. Alliums are starting to pop green … Continue reading

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Pictures are worth 1,000 words: sometimes the wrong ones

Photos – they aren’t always what they seem: especially with landscape/plant photos. Continue reading

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Biotechnical Engineering Lecture at Harvard GSD

Today I lectured on Biotechnical Engineering for Coastal Erosion Control in Niall Kirkwood’s Landscape Technology course. This year, the course has a whopping 38 Master in Landscape Architecture Students enrolled. The last time I lectured on this topic was 2008, … Continue reading

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SegoDesign Launches New Website

New SegoDesign Website! Continue reading

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Why I blog about edible plants

You already know the importance of eating locally. Want to bring the local food movement even closer to home? Whether you have a tiny plot or many acres, incorporation edible plants into your existing garden is a beautiful way to … Continue reading

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