How to Unearth Your Creative And Wild Roots to Design the Garden of Your Dreams

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I’m trying something a bit different on today’s post. I’ve created a power point video explaining the transformation of my Bryn Mawr, Pa. garden over the period of 10 years. I hope you enjoy!!

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With love, Fran

Fran Sorin

Fran is the author of the highly-acclaimed book, Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening, which Andrew Weil, M.D., recommends as "a profound and inspiring book."  

A graduate of the University of Chicago with Honors in Psychology, she is also a gardening and creativity expert, coach, inspirational speaker, CBS radio news gardening correspondent, and Huffington Post Contributor.

Learn more about Fran and get free resources that will help you improve your life at www.fransorin.com.

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Robin September 16, 2016, 6:11 pm

I love the PowerPoint presentation. It looks as if you lived in the country instead of a development on a cul de sac. The garden you created is beautiful and your message is great too. Thank you!

SHERI September 18, 2016, 4:50 pm

THIS WAS GREAT, FRAN! tHANK YOU FOR SHARING IT WITH US. I LOVE A “WILD, UNTAMED” LOOK IN GARDENS AND IT’S NICE TO KNOW NOT THAT EVEN IF IT’S NOT EVERYONE ELSE’S CUP OF TEA, I CAN STILL BE PASSIONATE ABOUT IT.

Fran Sorin September 19, 2016, 8:00 am

Sheri- So glad you enjoyed. Ultimately, gardening is an act of self-expression. The only person your creation needs to please is yourself! Fran

Fran Sorin September 19, 2016, 8:02 am

Robin-
Thanks for your comment. It is the first time I’ve used a powerpoint in a blog post. Yes, it was pretty amazing that I was able to create this paradise in what I considered to be a not ‘very pleasing to the eye’ neighborhood. The point of showing the before and after is that if I could do it, anyone can! Fran

Mary September 22, 2016, 6:15 pm

i LOVE your blog and pictures. i LOVE TO WORK IN THE YARD. BUT dOING MY YARD DESIGN IS DIFFICULT BECAUSE MY HUSBAND DOES HIS OWN THING AND CHANGES WHAT i AM DOING EVEN THOUGH WE SUPPOSEDLY HAVE OUR OWN SPOTS. how DO YOU HANDLE THIS?

Daniel Tyrrell October 3, 2016, 7:14 pm

Fantastic to see your dedication to the design process and to remember to photograph it

Fran Sorin October 6, 2016, 2:03 am

Daniel-

My pleasure. That garden was truly a work of love and passion! With gratitude for your comment- Fran