All images and writings are the property of Rainy Side Gardeners unless otherwise noted. Feel free to share our images on Pinterest or Facebook and other social media sites, but providing a link back to our pages is required.
Downloading any images from this site for other uses such as a blog, nursery catalog, web site, or any other use without permission, means you are agreeing to pay our standard rates for photo images. We will send you our bill when we find an image that is not authorized for your use. Any images not paid in full will be turned over to a collection agency. We don't wish to be hard core, but frankly having our images and words stolen to benefit another site without compensation is tiresome.
We don't mind our images being shared on Pinterest or similar social networks like Facebook as long as a link is provided back to the page it came from. All other use means you agree to our terms and are subject to our fees. Please respect the work of others and their copyrights.
Our photographs represent a lot of time and effort, and we retain all rights to their display and use. If you have a legitimate reason for wanting to copy one of our images, write us and ask! We're reasonable people, and will consider reasonable requests.
Likewise, our words are our own. Short excerpts of our writing can be used, as long as they appear in quotations and are cited as having been written by us. Also you certainly can print out pages for yourself if you find them helpful (it's a lot easier than dragging your computer out into your garden!). But do not lift entire articles, or significant parts of them, and use them as if they are your own. To most of you this probably seems like a silly thing to say. Unfortunately, though, both of us have been through the experience of having a "great Web site" recommended to us, only to find out the entire site was constructed using writings taken from another source without credit (and probably without permission).
Teashon's images are available for sale. Please contact her for more information.
Co-author Debbie Teashon's book is now available!
Gardening for the Homebrewer: Grow and Process Plants for Making Beer, Wine, Gruit, Cider, Perry, and More