I call it the unsuspecting garden, because of the way the garden is nestled at the back of the main structure and home, private away from the main entrance and main road access to the residence. I loved the feeling of privacy yet that feeling of still being completely outdoors in nature.Read More
It seems that there are a lot of plant entries in the Journal lately. This one joins the collection and is all about April's Garden Club Gathering. I am still feeling very privileged to be part of this tight-knit club of Gardeners here in Trinidad. In April, last month, Aaron and I went on a road trip to Brazil, to Ms. Wendy Lee Yuen's Garden.Read More
It’s no secret that I am an Aquponic Grower. We run a modest small footprint Aquaponic System and in celebration of 10 years doing so I am opening up the Side Yard to all those who have previously inquired about visiting for Aquaponic System Demonstrations. If you are new here… Welcome.Read More
A Photo Story.
For those that dream of moving to Gran Couva, Santa Cruz, The St. Joseph Valley on a large plot of land, with extravagantly long and winding drives up to a home tucked neatly away in between all the greenery. This right here is the next best thing. ...Read More
Spoiler alert: Inspired by A Secret Garden in the Santa Cruz Valley, Trinidad and Tobago
There is a common thread in all the great gardens that I have visited. From the small backyard gardens to the large monumental ones, like Gardens of VersaillesRead More
I believe that we should never stop dreaming and doing, we'll attract and meet other dreamers and doers and inspire the dormant unaware dreamers and doers in others simply by keeping our dreams alive.Read More