Upon completion of the Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders Initiative, Julie Moir Messervy is quoted in “VTC Celebrates Vermont’s Emerging Leaders” in Vermont Business Magazine.
VermontBiz.com reports, “2016 FreshTracks Capital Road Pitch riders’ choice winners announced,” with Julie Moir Messervy as the finalist in the Randolph, Vermont, pitch competition.
The Toronto Music Garden is featured in March Cullen’s “Great GTA Public Garden Getaways” in the Toronto Star.
In Wellesley Magazine‘s Summer 2016 issue, Julie Moir Messervy reviews A Sense of Place, Maureen Cassidy-Geiger’s book about architect Philip Johnson’s career and legacy.
Catherine Smith’s article in Houzz, “8 Lessons to learns from Japanese Courtyard Gardens,” features a JMMDS-designed green wall courtyard in Cambridge, MA.
Rachel Devaney’s article “Plan A Kid’s Nature Garden” in Home Remodeling magazine features photographs of JMMDS’s children’s garden at Hidden Hollow along with Julie Moir Messervy’s advice for creating magical playspaces.
Bottom Line, Inc. published Julie Moir Messervy’s recommendations for hedges in “Living Fences: 10 Beautiful Plants to Create Privacy.”
Julie Moir Messervy and Home Outside were among the 20 (selected from over 70) Vermont entrepreneurs chosen to participate in the Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders Initiative, a seven-month “Streetwise MBA” program designed to train and guide business leaders in strategic planning.
Jamie Gold interviewed Julie Moir Messervy for “The Great Outdoors Gets Even Greater” for the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Khara Dizmon interviewed Julie Moir Messervy for “2016 Trends in Garden Design” for Garden Design magazine.
New England Home featured “New England Color” by Regina Cole about a pool terrace with many amenities designed by JMMDS for a southern Vermont mountaintop property.
Photographer Susan Teare wrote a post called “Through the Lens” for the Fine Homebuilding blog about a JMMDS-designed Vermont dining terrace.
Chicago Tribune writer Barabara Mahaney interviewed Julie for an article called “Our garden foibles: Common mistakes that drive the experts crazy.”
Canadian Gardening magazine featured the Palette app as a “Fresh Pick” for Fall.
JMMDS was selected as one of the 100 Stories of the Small Business Revolution and profiled by photojournalist Christina Clusiau. This honor was reported by Domenic Poli in the Brattleboro Reformer in “Deluxe Corp. Features JMMDS in Documentary Project.”
Bryan Anthony of Houzz included a JMMDS project in “Photo Flip: 77 Gorgeous Garden Gates.”
Lee Lawrence wrote about Tenshin-en for The Wall Street Journal in “These Japanese Gardens Turn Nature into Man-Made Paradises.“
Home Remodeling Magazine mentioned our Home Outside Palette app in its Newswire column in the Summer 2015 issue.
In “A Great Yard–Fast!” Gil Gross of Real Estate Today asked Julie about creating curb appeal in a hurry.
Julie is quoted in New Home Source‘s ” Surveying the Landscape: How to Plan for the Outside Elements of Your New Home” by Felicia Oliver.
“Mobile Me: A Landscape Design App That Gets Personal” by Dalilah Arja, Gardenista
Julie’s interview for Real Estate Today Radio, “Dirty Secrets: 9 Things Your Landscape Designer Wishes You Knew,” offers advice for hiring a landscape pro.
“Over the Garden Gate” by James A. Baggett, interview of Julie in Country Gardens Magazine
The Summer issue of Vermont Life magazine included “Vermont by Design: Why Is a Global Landscape Business Based in Saxtons River?” by Kim Asch.
JMMDS designer Erica Bowman wrote “In These Shoes: Modish Mamas and Their Sense of Cool” for Southern Vermont Arts & Living magazine.
“Garden Designer Visit: A Burst of Color in the Green Mountains” by Michelle Slatalla, Gardenista, featuring Julie’s Vermont garden
“A Daydream Garden” by Justine Guidry, Garden Design (Issue 190), featuring JMMDS’s Cambridge project
Julie is quoted in SNAP architectural magazine’s May/June issue.
“Spectacular Retreat Atop Virgin Gorda,” by J. Michael Welton, Ocean Home Magazine
“Renovated Japanese Garden Reopens at MFA” by Jody Feinberg, The Patriot Ledger
Sommer Poquette shares soil-building tips from Julie Moir Messervy and other experts in “How to Improve Your Garden’s Soil” in Mother Earth News.
“6 Spring Plants You Can’t Kill,” a Yahoo! Makers article by Jessica Harlan, features plant recommendations from Julie and images from Landscaping Ideas That Work.
This article in The Commons Online announced JMMDS‘s involvement in the Saxtons River Park project.
JMMDS’s sustainable Cambridge project was featured in Falon Mihalic’s Houzz article“Soak It Up: How to Manage Stormwater in Your Landscape.”
Julie discusses what she looks forward to most this gardening season in the Early Spring issue of Garden Design magazine.
Julie’s suggestions for hardscaping a backyard can be found in “Backyard Project Boom” by Elizabeth Millard in Interlock Design, Winter 2015 issue.
Radio interview: Julie spoke with Gil Gross on Real Estate Today about how to create curb appeal.
Henry Homeyer of the Providence Journal put Landscaping Ideas That Work on his holiday gift list.
Jane Berger of the Garden Design Online blog praised the Home Outside Palette app and recommended it to landscape designers.
Jay Sifford of Houzz featured a JMMDS Japanese garden in “These Aren’t Your Grandparents’ Junipers.”
Tech Mammas chose the Home Outside Palette app as one of her Halloween inspired tech favorites in “Five Ways to Use #Tech for #Halloween.”
New Hampshire Home magazine featured Landscaping Ideas That Work in their holiday gift guide “Great Holiday Gifts.”
“Our Favorite Apps for Homeowners & Renters” by The Real Estate Dirt encouraged readers to use the Home Outside Palette app to “design a backyard oasis” and “give your exterior home some love!”
Julie recommends her favorite palm trees and how to use them in “Outdoor Oasis: Designing A Tropical Garden Paradise” by Sotheby’s International Realty.
Turf Design Build Magazine interviewed Julie “Roots: Julie Moir Messervy” by Tom Crain.
The New York Times contributor Bob Tedeschi sought Julie’s design advice when building a backyard fire pit as recounted in The New York Times Home & Garden piece, “Baptism by Fire Pit”. The same article also ran in the Charlotte Observer, titled “Building a fire pit is worth the hassle.”
Julie answers readers’ “Ask the Expert” questions on the Fine Gardening website.
The Home Outside Palette app featured on the Eye on the Garden blog.
Jane Lindholm interview and caller-Q&A with Julie on Vermont Edition, Vermont Public Radio.
Jack Thurston of New England Cable News covers Julie’s pitch during the Fresh Tracks Capital’s Road Pitch Conference.
The Home Outside Palette app received a rave review on the Things That Make People Go Aww blog.
Gil Gross interview with Julie on Real Estate Today on increasing the value of your home with romantic landscaping.
Fox News listed the Home Outside Palette app first among its “Apps of Summer.”
“Thoroughly Modern Messervy” by Susan Hines in The American Gardener, the magazine of the American Horticultural Society.
“Back to the Garden” by Catherine O’Neill Grace in Wellesley Magazine.
Jay Sifford featured two JMMDS projects in his Houzz article “When Less is Really More In Your Garden.”
The Home Outside Palette app was named one of the “Top iPad Apps Gone Free” by the AppPicker blog.
The Home Outside Palette app was re-launched for all iOS and Android devices.
Megan Fulweiler’s article about Julie and a JMMDS-designed garden for a historic home in Cambridge, MA, “American Classic,” with photos by Eric Roth in New England Home magazine
Louise Jones’s article about Julie’s latest book Landscaping Ideas That Work in Stratton Magazine.
Julie interview with Virginia Prescott on her NHPR Word of Mouth show The Great Outdoors.
Julie gave a keynote lecture on Landscaping Ideas That Work, sponsored by the Wellesley Joint Council of Garden Clubs, Wellesley, MA.
“Good Read: Landscaping Ideas That Work” by Charlotte Albers on Houzz.
John Hill featured a JMMDS Boston-area project in his Houzz article, “Breezy and Bug-Free Modern Porches.”
Public Garden magazine featured an article about children’s gardens, “Growing the Imagination,” by Julie Moir Messervy in the Spring 2014 issue.
Julie lectured on Landscaping Ideas That Work and Home Outside at the Rochester Civic Garden Center 23rd Annual Spring Symposium in Rochester, NY.
Julie gave a lecture and book-signing for Landscaping Ideas That Work at the Northshire Bookstore in Saratoga, NY.
Review of Landscaping Ideas That Work in the Home + Garden section of Minnesota’s Star-Tribune
Julie was interviewed by the “Garden Lady” C.L. Fornari on her radio show, GardenLine.