Field Notes Blog

Welcome to the Inner Gardens blog, Field Notes. Here, you can join owner Stephen Block on his extensive travels around the world, grow your knowledge of furnishings, objects, and accessories — Art for the Garden, and learn more about the rare plants growing in the Inner Gardens nursery.

The New Inner Gardens Online Store

Introducing the new InnerGardens.com, now with an online store that features our full range of products If you’ve been to our showroom in Culver City, you know why Architectural Digest named it one of the top garden shops. The level of curation that goes into every...

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Now in Malibu, there’s more Inner Gardens to love

Los Angeles designers and clients have come to love our Culver City showroom, and now we have another location right in the heart of Malibu. For the past forty years, Nagel Nursery on Busch Drive in Malibu has been a destination for Los Angeles-area plant lovers. Now...

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Low Hanging Fruit

Q: How can I add color to my garden without going with traditional flowers? –Tricia, Raleigh, NC SB: One of the great ways is through fruits and berries, particularly blueberries. What’s great about them is that they’re not only ornamental—there’s nothing better than...

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The Art of Collecting Statuary and Importance of Placement

Q: I love the idea of garden art, but can’t seem to commit to an actual piece. How can I chose the right one? –Judy, Austin TX SB: Here’s the tricky thing: buying art for the garden is like buying any other art: you need to search it out. You can’t just go out and say...

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles

It’s possible to fall in love with an antique object d’art at Inner Gardens’ showroom and find that you are unable to buy it. Not yet, anyway. That’s because I may not be ready to let it go. I only buy what I love, what I am willing to live with for years in the...

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