Natalie Davis
Posted on October 9, 2012 by Natalie Davis on field trip, nature, Texas

Road trip to West Texas

Driving to West Texas from Austin was surreal and inspiring. The forecast for the drive out said heavy showers, which you have to take with a grain of salt in Texas. We pray for rain, but that doesn’t mean it’s coming. Thankfully, though, the rain did come and it poured pretty hard for the last […]

Posted on July 12, 2012 by Natalie Davis on life, music, nature

Grateful for…

Breath-taking views and a break from the city, seeing Willie Nelson perform for the first time ever, especially because it was with my mom, and a weekend of epic meals fresh from the garden. On the drive down to the Lake I listened to Ray Wylie Hubbard sing, “the days I keep my gratitude above […]

Posted on June 7, 2012 by Natalie Davis on inspiration, nature, travel

Daydreaming of travel

This week I received a sweet care package from a new friend in Sussex, the start of a fun collaboration that I’ll be sharing more in the next few months. It got me thinking about my limited time in the UK, and how much more I’d like to explore. Yvonne Eijkenduijn‘s beautiful photos of the […]

Posted on March 12, 2012 by Natalie Davis on nature

Flora Grubb

Some scenes from my favorite nursery, Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. If you couldn’t tell, I’m on a succulent kick of late. Trying to fill my house and studio with as many as I can. Just made a date to built a vertical succulent garden with some like-minded friends in April, photo to come. […]

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Posted on January 6, 2012 by Natalie Davis on nature

Wall as scrapbook

Lately I have been dreaming of a studio filled with plants. This photo by Kim Ludy struck me as a beautiful and simple arrangement of perrenials. Included in the set are meadow rue, rodgersia, columbine (a deep red purple variety), artemisia (valerie finnis),  goastbeard, hosta “big blue”, columbine ‘green apple’ (a double variety), trollius “alabaster”, […]