Shirley Bovshow

(818) 914-5331
EdenmakersBlog.com

Services Provided
Landscape and garden design, edible garden design, landscape makeovers for television, wedding venue design using live plants, interiors cape, edible gardens for restaurants and businesses

Areas Served
Calabasas, Bell Canyon, Hidden Hills, San Fernando Valley, Malibu, Palos Verdes, Agoura, Westlake Village

Typical Job Cost
$25K - $300K+

Business Description
Shirley Bovshow is a nationally recognized garden designer and garden television host ("Garden Police" Discovery) based in Los Angeles. Hallmarks of Shirley's design work include "multi purpose" design, edible landscapes, sustainable landscapes and use of repurposed materials in the garden.

I partner with the best, award-winning landscape contractors. Southern California Landscape is my preferred partner for all landscape construction and major projects. See their work at www.SoCalandscape.com

Shirley's garden TV work spans HGTV, Style, NBC, CBS,USA and more.

See her online web series and blog:

EdenMakers Blog www.EdenMakersBlog.com

"Garden World Report" www.Blip.TV/Garden-World-Report

"Garden Center TV" www.GardenCenterTV.ning.com
Location:
Woodland Hills, CA US 
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Woodland Hills, CA  
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(818) 914-5331 
Shirley Bovshow now has a photo featured in an ideabook

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Upon closer inspection: muhlenbergia capillaris
March 6, 2014 at 12:35AM     
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Shirley Bovshow
Muhlenbergia capillaris- is correct.
August 17, 2014 at 9:39PM     
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I assume you are asking about the plant in the bottom left corner?
That is Salvia leucantha (Mexican sage). The pink ornamental grass is "Pink muhly" grass or Muhlenbergia capillaries
August 17, 2014 at 9:37PM     
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Review by rileybankhead:

Shirley helped me transform my hillside into an oasis. She really inspired me and got me started on a very large project that turned out better than I imagined...
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Review by Paula Ely:

Shirley designed a beautiful drought-tolerant garden for us to replace our front lawn, and brought in an excellent contractor to execute her plan. Only negativ...
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Review by aviks:

Shirley is absolutely wonderful!!! She is creative, thoughtful and has an amazing design sense. Working with her on our project was a joy!!! When our friends...
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Review by nancysnoopy:

Helped design and create a hillside garden. Shirley is very easy to work with. She has a great eye for design, detail and is very respectful of ones budget. ...
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