I create beautiful experiences that embrace the season. Everything from mending the soil to hanging wreaths. And composing lush spaces inside the home is my specialty.
Being a Horticulturalist, it seems impossible to choose! However I would have to go with spring flowers in general. Just when you think you couldn’t take another day of dreary cold weather, a crocus pops its head up and puts a smile on your face. Forsythias have a surprising way of making your day.
A community that shares a goal. The color of our polo is a visual reminder of teamwork!
Developed it through trial and error. It wasn’t always so green; I’m sure when I started it looked quite sickly and brown.
Nature at its finest, along with too many weeds to count. I have many fruiting shrubs and I focus mainly on edible plants.
The sweetest of the sweet; Local honey! It goes with almost anything.
I love capturing moments. Photography is a great way to appreciate a particular view or a simple moment and keep a memory alive.
Every year I hope that by chance I end up outside on a bright sunny day, and out of no where it starts to rain. It’s the best feeling ever.
My hands are the most useful tool I could ever ask for. While at home I find myself forgoing a spade to dig in the dirt. I think it comes from my adolescence, playing in the mud is a favorite past time.
Nature is the best teacher. There are so many different aspects to plant ecology, you just have to take a look at the fine work set forth by nature and find the reason behind it.
Corey Brabec, Head of Horticulture What’s the first thing you do when you get to work? I usually start my day by checking all of the paperwork that was turned in the day before. I...