More than a collection of trees, the Leaning Pine Arboretum is home to many plants, including woody shrubs, annuals, herbaceous perennials, and geophytes. Plants in the collection are arranged, organized, labeled, and accessioned so the Arboretum is properly called a botanic garden. AdvertisementsRead More The Leaning Pine Arboretum California
On 5th Avenue in New York City, money is more important than green space. The Frick expansion plan calls for razing the permanent Viewing Garden, designed by renowned British landscape architect Russell Page (one of only two works in the U.S.A)Read More The Russell Page Garden at the Frick to be “Destroyed”.
Paul and Pauline McBride created and designed this garden inspired at the American Prairies.Read More Sussex Prairie Garden, American meadows in Britain
Master plan and landscape design for 133-acre central Virginia farm. Nelson Byrd Woltz has been working with the client for over 12 years, implementing the master plan.Read More Seven Ponds Farm Virginia by Nelson-Byrd-Woltz
Amsterdam has a long and rich history when it comes to Garden Architecture. In the Golden Age period Amsterdam became the most important trading-city of the western world. The Canal-district was the first big extension of the city. Behind the City palaces arose the most beautiful gardens. Each of these gardens, with their long history, […]Read More Geelvinck Hinloopen Garden Amsterdam
The home consists of two main parts: The Tea House dates to the early 1900s and is not winterized; The Fox House, built in 2007, is winterized. During the construction of The Fox House, trees on the forest edge were damaged or removed, which left others in the interior vulnerable to wind.Read More Woodland Garden in Arcadia National Park