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- An APLDTCT Special Event – David Harber!
- What is Blooming in the Fall Garden Now
- APLDCT Event 7.27.14 – O’Brien Nurserymen!
- What’s Blooming in the Garden Now:
- Framing Succulents in a Wall Hanging
- Seaside Gardening: Fountain grass or Pennisetum alopecurides ‘Hameln’ is a staple of the shoreline garden.
- Nature’s Beauty
- Seaside Gardening
- A Special APLDCT Sponsor Event!
- BUILDING A VISUAL VOCABULARY
- Iron in the Garden
- The Blushing Beauties of the Spring Garden
- Aesthetic Art Artist Bedford Bunny Williams cemetery Church grounds Color color mass Columbarium Connecticut garden Constraints Container planting courtyard CT Darrel Morrison Design Drawing Drifts Ecological planting Eyes Fall color Flintstones FRONT YARD Garden garden design gardener Gardening Garden ornament Glamour Helen Frankenthaler Isamu Noguchi James Van Sweden Ken Smith landscape Landscape Architecture Landscape design landscape materials Living Elements Louise Bourgeois Meadow meditative Music National Gallery of Art Native plants natural combinations Nature New York New York Botanical Garden NY Old Stone Mill Page Dickey Painting Perennials Planting Poetry PS #19 public sculpture Queens reflective residential landscape design Restoration Roof Garden Salt tolerant sculptural installation Sculpture Seeds Seeing Shrubs Stamford St Matthews The Artful Garden vegetable garden Visual Williams College
Tag Archives: Garden
This is a must have in the garden for me – an early flowering witch hazel: Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Jelena’. It is considered by many to be one of the best cultivars to result from crossing Hamamelis mollis, a Chinese cultivar and H. japonica, a Japanese cultivar. Attributes … Continue reading
Sculpture and the garden is a natural combination, one that offers almost endless possibilities. Ideally sited, the background with its tone and texture and the quality of its light and shadow become an actual part of the composition of the … Continue reading
1. Develop a garden plan. 2. Make a list of the plants you lack but would like to own. 3. Try to learn something of the origin, history and habits of your special favorites. It will make it a lot … Continue reading
A fortunate group of New York Botanical Garden alumnae and other landscape professionals got to hear Page Dickey lecture yesterday in an intimate venue at the school. The title of the lecture was “The Runaway, Overgrown Garden”. Something we’re all familiar … Continue reading
Can Painting Play a Role When Creating a Garden? In The Artful Garden, James Van Sweden writes about utilizing a “broader aesthetic world” and the inspiration of fine art when designing a landscape. He specifically references the gorgeous … Continue reading