Past Posts

Here is a list of past posts, from my old blog format, that are still viewable, still commentable, and still worth reading (I think):

Trellis, Screen & Vine
The 2,000 year-old garden
Let the wine flow!
I’m just plum stupid.
What the hell strip.
Garden Walk photo albums
Whimsy? Not me.
Better Homes & Gardens back one mo’ time!
About 2,000 in the back yard this weekend.
Top three questions during Garden Walk
Gardening at the art gallery
If it’s Thursday, it must be dinnertime.
It’s Wednesday. It must be Cottage Living magazine.
It’s Tuesday. It’s WSYR & Channel 13 at my house.
It’s Monday. It must be Channel 4.
If it’s Sunday, it must be Channel 2.
Gardens in the News
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day
When neighbors garden together separately.
Better Homes & Gardens in Buffalo. Again.
The amazing disappearing potting bench.
It’s Garden Walk time!
I went to a garden party.
Garden Walk in the Buffalo News.
“Deck Envy.”
Buffalo gardens in more magazines!
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day
Potager Progress
Do you have an overstimulated clematis?
Garden Walk Buffalo in Lake Erie Living magazine.
My iris eyes are smiling.
Buffalo in Organic Gardening magazine.
Great balls o’ flowers.
Garden Walk rocks
The purple waterfall
Never work with kids or animals
Oh, happy day!
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day
Garden Ideas and Outdoor Living in Buffalo
DaVinci’s garden
The world’s largest fake tree.
Messing with young minds.
Spring at home.
Buffalo in Garden Design magazine
Full Frontal
Another Garden Walk garden in the national press.
I am a published garden writer. As of today.
Spring in Kuekenhof.
32,000 tomatoes. And that’s not the record.
Chateau de Chaumont rock garden.
Cherries Jubilee!
Garden Walk container plantings.
Alfred Sisley’s subjects, Moret-sur-Loing, France
Garden Walk website has grown.
Nessie. Spotted in a bush.
Tree stairs.
Where do I get me one of these?
Sit & Spin garden.
Where I garden.
Garden with a view of a view of a view…
Four Buffalo gardens in Great Backyards magazine.
Villandry Garden of Love.
Mickey-shaped vegetables are just goofy.
Someone said color?
A garden with big balls.
Monet’s gravesite.
Villandry Potager
Birth of Venus puzzle pond
International Garden Festival, Chateau de Chaumont
Strawberry Stairs Forever
Monet’s front door
Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day
More great gardens in Great Gardens magazine
Garden Walk Buffalo arbors
Van Gogh’s subjects, outside the asylum, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
Garden Gate magazine’s sexy centerfold.
Hike to Middleham Falls & Ti Tou Gorge, Dominica
Arbors & Pergolas, Frank & Me.
Buffalo’s new image
Monet’s & my espaliers
Cover story!
Mercer House, Savannah, Georgia
The American Museum garden at Giverny
Shelburne Farms, Vermont
Gotta buy five copies for my mother…
Bringing the art indoors, Part 2
Princess Diana Memorial, Hyde Park, London
Monet Yard
Bringing the art indoors, Part 1
West Princes Street Gardens (Edinburgh Castle Gardens)
Andre Le Notre garden at Chateau Vaux le Vicomte
Monet garden at Giverny
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, Scotland
Better Homes & Gardens shoots on Lancaster Avenue, Buffalo

Jim Charlier is an advertising designer/photographer/crafter with a serious gardening problem. He's co-written a garden design book featuring the funky, quirky and fun gardens by the gardeners of Buffalo titled "Buffalo-Style Gardens: Create a Quirky, One-of-a-Kind Private Garden with Eye-Catching Designs" (BuffaloStyleGardens.com); he writes a long-standing garden blog (ArtofGardening.org); led the largest garden tour in America, Garden Walk Buffalo; has written for, or provided photography for dozens of magazines and books; has made presentations and participated in panel discussions on garden design and garden tourism nationally and internationally.

2 comments on “Past Posts

  1. Hello Jim,Your previous posts are also very interesting and your garden is beautiful. I love it. Cleaning up for shooting was not needed, c’mon :)Thank you a lot for visiting my blog.What can say about you switching to blogger – only that I am happy for it – it opens faster 🙂 Greetings from Poland,Ewa


  2. A Palmer

    How do I open the links? They redirect me to icloud.


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