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Page Dickey at NYBG

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

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A Year Later

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 … Continue reading

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