Sherry has been part of the interiorscape industry for over fifteen years, starting at an entry level job at North Florida's largest greenhouse and currently owning two horticulture companies. At UMaine, Sherry majored in English where she worked part-time writing scripts for a local college TV studio.

Real Estate Opportunities for Interiorsc...

Back when Bill Clinton was in office, I landed a huge residential design project worth six figures. It was a time when real estate values were ri[...]  » Read More

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Using Natural Aromatherapy in Interiorsc...

Have you ever been preoccupied, going about your busy day and suddenly you inhale a distinctive smell? So distinctive, you feel transported back [...]  » Read More

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Why Bigger isn’t Always Better in ...

Do you enjoy watching the DIY Home & Garden channels like me? If so, you may have noticed the tiny house movement where families are downsizi[...]  » Read More

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Can Dirt Make Us Happy?

Over the years I’ve worked with hospitals and a couple nursing homes. I remember thinking, I hope I don’t end up at some of these pla[...]  » Read More

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3 Rookie Mistakes that are Costly for an...

Before you send your plant technicians out to their first solo account, make sure you cover these three rookie mistakes that can be costly to you[...]  » Read More

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The Poor Horticulturist’s Guide to Laz...

There are a few things I dread doing as an interiorscaper and one of those is creating proposals. Every time I have to sit in front of a computer[...]  » Read More

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