When Maury and Heather Callaghan moved to their newly built Olivenhain home in 2001, they carpeted the two-thirds-acre lot in sod. The New Zealand natives had lived all over the world, most recently in Kentucky where they had a large, woodland garden. Both had gardened with their parents as children. As adults, however, Maury’s business had taken them around the world, mostly where there wasn’t much opportunity for gardening, until they landed in Kentucky, where Heather became a Master Gardener. (read more…)

2 Comments

  1. joan putney on June 29, 2010 at 2:07 pm

    Hi Nan…It’s been a long time since we talked to each other! I started a blog and am still bumbling and clicking trying to make it better…perhaps you could make a few comments, I would love to hear a critique on the site. PLEASE?

    Joan ( Borrego Garden, ABDNHA Garden Tour, in case you’ve forgotten )



  2. Nan on July 5, 2010 at 10:19 pm

    Hi Joan

    Great to hear from you! I’d be happy to look at your blog. Please send the address of your blog to the contact address on my website. Has the desert been unusually cool this summer? Its been really cool at the coast!