New Website and Garden Coaching Service

July 17, 2013 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

I am proud to announce the launch of my new website. You will find more beautiful pictures for inspiration, useful articles and blog posts along with information about my new service, Garden Coaching – an exciting new personal service designed to fit your individual needs.

Many thanks to my webmaster Sarah Pope who has done an excellent job of designing the website along with helping me develop the garden coach concept. I have had great fun working with Sarah on the website while helping her with her new garden!

A website, like a garden, is always growing, so check back often or subscribe to my blog to get the latest news and posts on landscape and gardening topics as well as updates on my home landscaping classes, speaking events, and other metroplex happenings.

Over time, I plan to blog about wildlife and edible gardens, horticulture, landscape design, xeriscaping, rainwater harvesting, and will share gardening tips and some of my favorite plants.

I’ll also write about rain gardens and native landscaping using plants that can take whatever North Texas throws at them – through scorching summers, drought and water restrictions, and the occasional wet winter! You can start learning more about both of these subjects under the Specialties menu located above.

If you have any suggestions or requests for what you’d like to read about or how to make the website even better, I’d love to hear from you. And if you are ready to transform your own landscape or start with garden coaching to take your garden to the next level, I am at your service!

You can connect with me on Facebook, drop me a line or call 214.770.6252 to get in touch. Be sure to tell your friends about my new website too!

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Carrie Dubberley is a horticulturist, garden coach, teacher, writer and speaker. Carrie's passion is sustainable landscaping, specializing in North Texas native and well-adapted plants and water conserving rain gardens. Learn more about Carrie.

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