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The Captured Garden has been featured on many news outlets. Click on the links below to view the news report. Pot luck: Tips and plant choices that will help you grow glorious container gardens

New England Dream House – Container gardening Italian style (Video)

New England Dream House – Urban oasis 7 stories up (Video)

New England Dream House – All the ingredients for the perfect container garden (Video)

Sherbornites Make Pumpkin Centerpieces: Hometown Weekly

Country Living Fair – Columbus, Ohio 2017: How To Make A Container Garden – (Video)

Country Living Magazine: 4 Things You Need to Know Before Starting a Container Garden

Nationally renowned speakers slated for Growing Great Gardens Conference – The News Herald 

The Garden Club of Norfolk, MA- Tired of the same old window boxes?  

Roof Deck Gardens: Feature on

Boston Flower Show: My Town Matters from March 2012

Garden Gate: Click to view a PDF of the article

Garden Design: Feature on boston.cbslocal. com 

New England Home: Click to view a PDF of the article

Boston Globe Lifestyle: Mentions Deborah Trickett’s lecture on creating “Jaw-Dropping, Traffic-Stopping, Get-Your-Neighbors-Talking Container Gardens.”

Philadelphia Daily Local:Philadelphia Flower Show Gardener’s Studio invites award-winning designer Deborah Trickett of The Captured Garden to share her thoughts.

View Our Past Newsletters: 

August 2023: Amazon Gardens, Tropical punch, Wine and chocolates, Hello good buy, and the happiest day

February 2023: Bark, Hold the salt, Perennial Plant of the Year, My no-so-secret obsession, An escalator in my garden

September 2022: Power Couples, Social Media, Hugelkulture, Got Grass and Happy News!

March 2022: Balcony Seats, Coleus Crazy, Seeding Hack, and the NW Flower & Garden Show

September 2021: Broken is Beautiful, Sweetgum, Change Your Bulb, and What’s On My Mind?

June 2021:  Dragonflies, Look Ma, and Big News

February 2021:  A look back. A look-ahead. Top 10 container garden plants. Let me introduce myself and the 2021 Perennial of the Year!

November 2020: Container Gardens, Berries, and Garden Tools.

August 2020: H20hhhhh, Dial it in Design, Prune here Perennials, and Late bloomers.

May 2020: Is your garden alive? Plus, slugs, dog-strangling vine and great foliage.

Mid-Winter – February 2020: Winter pots – Why would you not?, My Sally Field Moment, Biophilic Design. Duh, Seed starting, On the road again.

Fall – October 2019: Plants to Fall For, Team member Spotlight…Zach, Hello. Goodbye. Hello.

Summer – June 2019: Got Garlic Mustard?, a Dream Project, the Chelsea Chop, DIY Fun, 

Mid-Winter – February 2019: Meet the Crew, Witch Hazel, Spotted Lanternfly, Flower Show Season

Summer – June 2018:  Summer thoughts on ticks, fireflies, echinaceas, The Grand Garden Show, and why I’m a parkway person.

Miracle Worker – February 2018:   I make sure my clients have realistic expectations. Contrast creates tension and gives life to the garden. Aspirin for stronger tomatoes.

Winter Garden – December 2017:   Even if  you only garden in containers, consider winter.  Also: The Perfect Day, My Favorite Garden Tools, and Local Sourcing, 

True Confessions – August 2017: Every garden and container I design begins with a shopping trip. Because I am always on the lookout for new and cool plant material when I find it, I scoop it up.  While deciding where to use these lovelies they decorate my yard. And sometimes they never leave!

Every End is a Beginning – June 2017: Spring is a time for new beginnings. Also, this month’s focus is on galvanized metal container gardens, color in your garden, and allium.

Comparison is the Thief of Joy – March 2017: Your garden should bring you joy. If it’s not, spring is the perfect time for an adjustment.

Garden: A Love Story – February 2017: I encourage you to consider falling in love with your garden. I can guarantee it will be an exciting, wonderful, enduring relationship.

Fall 2016: Fall is a great time for planting, Protecting pollinators, Planting daffodils, and more

Winter 2015: A Gardener’s Winter To-Do List, The Cost of Things, Hold the Salt, a Plant Spotlight and more.

Fall 2015: Pumpkins Repurposed, Truth Is…..Bittersweet, Change Your Bulb, Fall Plant Spotlight and more.

Summer 2015: Eat Your Containers, No Yellow Meatballs, Pleas for the Bees, Summer Plant Spotlight.

Winter 2015: The Importance of Good Bones, It’s That Time of Year Again, Winter Plant Spotlight and more.

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