Take a long look at the photos of the brilliant work of DARREL MORRISON, FASLA, a long-time advocate of artful and ecologically sound planting design with the use of native plants. Diana Drake, the Advanced Planting Design Professor at Columbia University, has taken these photos on a recent visit with her class, of the Old Stone Mill Native Plant Garden at the New York Botanical Garden a year after it’s completion.
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