Articles about landscape design


Singapore Garden Festival branches out

Last updated: 03/14/2018

The Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) will return for its seventh edition at the Gardens by the Bay in July. And due to its success, there will be two new events which will be...

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Interactive Map & Burncoose Garden Pictures

Last updated: 03/09/2018

The drive from the Lodge at the front entrance to Burncoose House is about a quarter of mile long running almost due north to south with the garden going down to an area below...

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Hellebores this time!

Last updated: 02/25/2018

Just over 30 years ago I started making the garden at Veddw with not much else than a spade and a desperate need to have a garden. There was no internet, we knew no-one, and had...

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Disused bowling green transformed to vibrant adventure play area

Last updated: 02/17/2018

A dynamic community group have succeeded in creating an exemplary community playspace in the heart of Royal Tunbridge Wells. In only two years the project at Calverley Grounds...

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Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World in Providence, RI - e-architect

Last updated: 02/15/2018

Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World in Providence, RI, Rhode Island University Building, Images, Architecture Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the...

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'The Less is More Garden,' Book Giveaway

Last updated: 02/05/2018

I’ve long admired the wit and wisdom of Bay Area landscape designer Susan Morrison, whom I see at garden events and follow on Facebook. So when I found out she’d authored The...

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A 21st Century Garden Ethic

Last updated: 02/05/2018

One late summer afternoon I was crawling around on my knees out back, getting a view of the garden’s undercarriage where so much of the real action happens – spiders nabbing...

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There’s a Boxwood For Every Garden

Last updated: 02/04/2018

There’s a Boxwood For Every Garden Share Post Kate Karam | February 1, 2018 It’s no surprise that boxwood is America’s favorite shrub–it’s a landscape and garden designer’s...

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Just plant pictures, January

Last updated: 02/02/2018

Do me a big favour – share this with someone who finds gardens totally boring  Anne Wareham, editor   I recently published a piece here, by Tim Ingram, asking what the purpose...

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Ways to Brighten a Winter Landscape - Gardening Know How's Blog

Last updated: 02/01/2018

Blossoms sing their summer songs then fade and die. Leaves blaze into fiery autumn then wilt, brown and fall. Afterward, all that’s left is winter’s long act on an empty stage...

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