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Lisa Orgler (Lisa Orgler)

Member since: May 19, 2010

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My five steps to developing a theme garden »

Using heavy metal as a theme, I have taken my readers through this self-created process....

A Sweet Little Allium: Allium senescens ssp. glaucum »

Sometimes its a struggle finding a plant that always looks good, plus has the bonus of blooming at an odd time...like fall. Allium senescens ssp. glau...

The Fairy Garden »

I was so thrilled last week to see my nine-year-old daughter wanting to play in the garden...especially in the blazing heat. She sat under a group of ...

My Sunny Perennial Border Experiment »

<br/> <br/>For the past two years I&#x27;ve been experimenting with a sunny perennial border. The kicker...I only allow plants that are less than 24&quot; tall. My f...

Topiary and Tiramisu »

Introducing a new garden blog!...

The Tomato Chronicles »

<br/>On my blog this month I am sharing my quirky relationship with the tomato...through my illustrations and stories. You can jump right in by visiting ...



Last 10 Comments

The Fairy Garden

June 21, 2011

You are so welcome. I love it when my kids are so excited about a project....

Lisa Orgler

May 22, 2010

Thanks!! I like to squeeze birds in whenever I can. :)...

feel good friday

May 22, 2010

I love this format- mistake vs. high five! Thanks for sharing both with us!...

Lisa Orgler

May 20, 2010

Thanks FigTree!...

Lisa Orgler

May 20, 2010

That is a great suggestion! I just joined yesterday and love this site!...

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