Jane is a garden designer, landscape contractor, artist (painter and illustrator), horticulturist, author and garden columnist with more than 30 years of experience. The company's focus is to find a perfect blend of beauty and sustainability with each client's taste and budget. New garden book: "All the Garden's a Stage: Choosing the Best Performing Plants for a Sustainable Garden" available in April 2012.
Check out Jane's blog at http:www.gardengates.info
Artwork is at http:www.janeschwartzgates.com

Services Provided
Landscape design, consulting, coaching, illustrations, garden writing, seminars
Contact: Jane Gates
Location: 15004 Daffodil
Santa Clarita, CA 91387
Commented: How big are the Wagon wheels? Glad you like the wagon wheels. You can make any style you want and use wood, metal, wire, or anything else. Have fun using your imagination!
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Commented: trish These wheels were 40" but there are no rules. Any size can be made to work depending on the look you want. Smaller wheels will likely look better spaced a bit closer. For stability, the wheels were cut...
June 18, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What plants are used in this design? Hmm. Guess my first answer never took. I'll try again: flowering plants in this view are pink yarrow (Achillea), red and white penstemmons, a Mexican sage (Salvia leucantha) and Aster Monte Casino.
April 25, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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