A place where life and the garden intersect.
What’s New in My Garden at Oldmeadow
Much work, much love and not a few moments of sheer panic have gone into the beautiful book that you now see up on the website and on Instagram and Facebook. The industry reviews from [...]
The symbolic promise of a new year is not enough for me this time around. Normally happy to raise my glass and cheerfully throw out The Old as the clock ticks towards midnight, this year [...]
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Learn how you can incorporate tropical plants into your temperate garden to create energy and excitement during the hottest months of the year!
May 15th, 2021 10-11:30am
Passion & Pain. Perspective & Purpose.
That’s what gardening brings to our lives – a sense of connection to the world around us. And that’s what this site is all about.
Mungo : Diary of a Garden Dog
My husband, two children and I had been hunting for a rural way of life for years, and the first few weeks at Oldmeadow felt like a vacation. Reality kicked in a few months later when the furniture was moved, boxes were finally unpacked and we started to realize what Jeanne had told us with a grin at the closing table: “Nature wants it back.”
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Speaking to gardeners at all levels on many topics, Marianne delivers motivational and informative presentations that energize and educate.
“Marianne Willburn’s talk was inspirational with practical advice on how to achieve the look you want by honing in on the qualities of what you love about a certain look, and then figuring out how to achieve that vibe while remaining within your budget or smaller space.”
Ruth G. – WNC Gardening Symposium, Flat Rock, NC
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An ideal guide for those who struggle with limited resources & space, Big Dreams, Small Garden leads you through the process of visualizing, achieving, maintaining, and enjoying your unfolding garden.
“The author encourages the beginner gardener to see the awesome potential of a possibly depressingly small plot of land…[W]ith great humor, she teaches us to be happy with what we have, not envy those with more, and how to produce a stunning creation we can be proud of.”
Hilary W., Amazon Customer
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