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Imagining the Growing Space

“The world is but a canvas to our imagination,” Henry David Thoreau. We’ve talked a bit about space and content, but now let’s focus on the suspenders of our garden plan. The art of gardening starts with an intention to create a space with clearly defined attributes and/or benefits. Whether the goal is to provide […]

Le Fruitier

“For a valiant heart, nothing is impossible”. Jacques Coeur I’m a huge fan of words that are not as oft used as in their former glory days. For instance, have you considered the list of words used to describe different sections of the backyard garden as if they were separate rooms, like orchard, grove, vineyard, […]

Growing in Small Spaces

In can be tough for gardeners when space is tight, especially if you are afflicted with an ever-wondering eye that wants to buy one of everything at the nursery but have no where to put it all. Fear not friends, europeans have mastered the art of living and gardening in small spaces and have pulled […]

Herb Gardens

Let’s talk about herbs tonight. Why? Because it’s a Friday night and I’m hungry. Did you know that there is actually a National Herb Society and Museum that you can visit that have beautiful collections of every herb imaginable arranged in stunning displays that are bound to capture the wonder and imagination of the auspicious […]

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About Me

Hi, I’m Anna Zajac, principal and founder of Le Pommier. I am an international tax consultant by day and a tireless gardener by night. I spend most of my free time in the garden and/or with my family. The purpose of this blog is to share nuggets of information from my flower farming journey and to inspire others in their own growth journeys.

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