Georgia was practically raised outside on a local 32 acre dairy herd farm. Throughout her childhood, she was up before the sun everyday to hand milk her cows and back on the farm getting her hands dirty before it went down again. Having an innate love and affinity for nature and the outdoors cultivated at a young age, Georgia pursued a higher education in Horticultural studies. With a degree in Landscape Management and several accompanying certifications and licenses, her passion radiantly bloomed into a lifelong pursuit of creativity and innovation in the landscapes of Virginia. She has dedicated herself to the principle of sustainable landscaping and fervently enjoys educating all those thirsty for knowledge like she is.
I love to work in my own garden. Hiking and biking have always been a favorite. I enjoy professional grade photography and cooking for my wonderful, loving, and hard working husband.
Flowers can smile, fountains can sing, and trees can dance. Fall in love with your garden and let it tell you a story taking you on a journey of inspiration and growth. Find yourself fascinated with wonder at seemingly unimportant details such as morning dew adorning the petals of a newly bloomed hibiscus flower. Find yourself marveling at hundreds of different colors and textures flowing seamlessly together. Your outdoor space can be an escape and a haven for you, your family, and friends.
All of them! But, if I had to pick a few: Verbena, Geranium ‘Tangerine’, Zinnias, Creeping jenny, Carnation dianthus, Cone flowers, Daffodil ‘Cheerfulness’, Iris ‘Ocean Roar’, Blue fescue ‘Sheep’s Grey’, Fountain grass ‘Piglet’, Soft caress mahonia, Pancake arborvitae, Shishi camellia, Sky pencil holly, Loropetalum ‘Jazz Hands Variegated’, Blue arrow juniper, Doublefile and chindo viburnum, Gene magnolia, Lacebark elm.