Even a small garden can use some large, striking plants to catch the eye and create some visual intrigue.
“Garden Party.” No two words strike more terror in a gardener’s heart if you happen to be the host.
If we really think it’s so important for kids to interact with nature, we have to interact with nature too. Gardening, anyone?
How the beauty of some ancient trees inspired my first post about landscape design for aging in place
Could fractal pattern research help guide the design of naturalistic gardens and landscapes?
Seemingly simple but beautifully designed spaces are probably much more visually complex than we realize.
I’m increasingly charmed by the unexpected jewels of the fall garden on the eve of the first frost.
When designing perennial beds, paying attention to how a plant grows below ground is every bit as important as how it grows above ground.
I hadn’t thought much about the symbolic statement that grasses could make until I visited the D-Day Landing Beaches in Normandy, France.
Step One in my effort to create a low-maintenance but high-impact English-style border was to decide where to put it and how big to make it.