Landscape Photo Sharing: Making Inspiration Easier

September 28th, 2011  |  Published in Landscape Photo Sharing

Stretching back generations, all true gardeners and landscapers have had one thing in common: a passionate excitement for sharing their experience and knowledge.  Perhaps this little “garden bug” is acquired from an extended exposure to soil and compost, or by spending too many hours happily toiling under the sun in one’s garden.  Regardless of how the “bug” is contracted, the age-old passion is beginning to welcome the new concept of landscaping photo sharing online.

The Internet has changed the design, installation, and maintenance of gardens for the better.  Massive amounts of helpful information can be found at will, and the once-difficult task of finding California landscape ideas and inspiration is becoming easier because of those embracing landscaping photo sharing.

For those who have interest, but are new to the idea of online landscaping photo sharing, here are six reasons to consider getting involved:

1) Fellow Gardeners Learn from and can be Inspired by Your Garden:

Every spring, garden tours pop up across the country and people flock to see how other people live and garden outside.  Why limit the experience to physical visits and a single season when the same inspiration can be conveyed effortlessly and at any time through the web? Read the rest of this entry »

Share your Landscape and Win!

May 22nd, 2011  |  Published in Site Information

Fresh for 2012, Landscape Resource will be share landscape 002 Share your Landscape and Win!awarding one $50 gift certificate (good at participating garden centers and nurseries) to noteworthy landscapes each month, chosen from the Landscape Gallery.  Selected landscapes, chosen by Landscape Resource administrators and Contributors, will also be elevated to “Featured Landscape” status for one month.  Judges will look for progressive, unique, and sustainable landscapes to honor. Read the rest of this entry »