Recent Work

All of my group has been fabricating and putting in at a breakneck tempo since early November. That depth has its ups and downs. By the tip of a six day week, we’re all drained. However the very best a part of an intense season are these nice concepts that emerge. Design and fabrication is an enormous fluid scenario ripe for innovation. I see that occuring each day, from each member of my crews. They not solely produce the work, they endow it. How I really like that.  Would that I might specific what it’s like for us throughout this finish of the 12 months gardening season, however that will be a full size film of curiosity to my group, and never a lot anybody else. So suffice it to let the work speaks for itself.

English lead pot from Bulbeck dressed for the winter

Winter pot in blue and white

Layered winter pot that includes a stand u[p collar of German boxwood

trio of wooden packing containers dressed for winter

pots and garland

single London Aircraft tree lighted for winter

the pair of airplane bushes

Pink eucalyptus and copper curly willow

winter association with fake bleached pine picks and dry okra pods

Jackie packing containers prepared for the vacations


curly copper willow and cotton picks

magnolia and fake sedum flower picks

Himalayan white barked birch with a winter blanket

entrance porch field with a winter association English urn dressed for the vacations

winter cheer for a neighborhood restaurant

Dry integrifolia and white eucalyptus blended

a vacation and winter combine


lighted winter container

Birch branches and purple twig dogwood

purple bud pussy willow, pine cone picks, magnolia branches and noble fir

lighted winter container with foraged tree of heaven branches

lighted topiary kind with purple and inexperienced

curly willow and purple eucalyptus

yellow twig

purple eucalyptus and icy purple berry picks

purple and inexperienced

5′ diameter gentle rings, inexperienced fuzz ball picks and purple bud pussy willow make a daring assertion.

A Michigan winter requires a little bit gardening intervention.




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