contact

Any questions or inquiries?
Or if there’s a garden- or design-related topic or event you think I should know about, please shoot me an email at:
agrowingobsession@gmail.com

8 Responses to contact

  1. Randi says:

    Hi, I accidentally ran across your blog when googling moon lagoon eucalyptus. Turns out you live near me! I am off of Terraine Ave and 8th. My husband has finally greenlighted my succulent garden overhaul. I was wondering if you recommend anyone that could help me design my garden? If not, my second question is – what do you find to be the best nurseries to find more rare succulents? Any help would be much appreciated!!! Thank you =)

    Randi

  2. Annette Biltzing says:

    Do you still have your Pink Butterfly? If you have, I
    would very much like to buy some plants.
    You can contact me on:
    anbil@live.dk

  3. Andrea Sawyer says:

    Hi,
    I was filling a cart online at Far Reaches Farm and decided to read more about one of the plants I was vacillating about. I came across your blog on Gladiolus papilio ‘Ruby’ (which I will definitely purchase). I loved your blog plus, even though I am in a wet zone 8 I have plant envy of others in drier zones. Your options are so vast!
    I just wanted to let you know that Far Reaches is actually in Washington not Oregon. I live near Seattle and take day trips to their nursery several times a year as they have such treasures and the owners have turned into friends. It’s one of my favorite nurseries.
    If you are ever in the Pacific Northwest I highly recommend you pop over to visit them in Port Townsend. They would be happy to give you a tour of their treasures being propagated from their trips to Asia. Super exciting place. 🙂

  4. Barbie Adler says:

    May I receive your posts?

  5. Ed Morrow says:

    Hello,
    First, you blog is a joy to read, informative and well written. With each new post I always learn something. Excellence always comes at a cost and I appreciate the work that goes into your writing.
    Recently I was in New York and visited the High Line. If you’ve not seen it, I wold urge you to check it out if you are ever nearby. It did get me to wondering. What would a High Line in Los Angles or San Diego, or any other part of southern California look like? I would love to see how an imaginative designer could reinterpret the “New Perennial” style for out part of the world.
    Again, thanks for the continuing good work
    Regards,
    Ed Morrow
    Carmel Valley, CA

  6. Hello,
    You are such an inspiration! Thank you so much for this beautiful blog.
    Do you know a blogger you can recommend in the climate zone of the San Francisco Bay Area?
    I look forward to receiving notification of your new posts via email,
    Jacqueline
    Marin County, CA

  7. Halina says:

    Hello;
    Love your blog and appreciate your great eye for plant combinations. Can you suggest a vine, or combination of maybe two, for a stucco wall with full sun exposure, Santa Monica area? Looking for something a bit more interesting than star jasmine, which was recommended by the landscape designer. The house is Spanish style and we are looking for color. Thank you in advance!

  8. Margarita Mactier says:

    Hi, I was just visiting your site and submitted this message via your “contact us” form. The feedback page on your site sends you these messages via email which is why you are reading my message at this moment right? That’s half the battle with any type of advertising, making people actually READ your advertisement and this is exactly what you’re doing now! If you have an ad message you would like to promote to lots of websites via their contact forms in the US or anywhere in the world let me know, I can even target particular niches and my costs are super reasonable. Send a message to: lorenzodaniel9137@gmail.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.