Meet America’s Landscape Alchemist, Mary Palmer Dargan, ASLA in Baton Rouge on Thursday, April 12th.
Have you heard of the “Green” Oscars? Wild South http://www.wildsouth.org/ just awarded Barry Sulkin the 2011 award for his work as Outstanding Conservationist in 2011 (TN PEER Director, TN) at the Fourth Annual Green Tie Gala and Conservation Awards! The awards recognize “conservation heroes” across the South and honor outstanding conservation work in 2011 to […]
It rained confetti as the thundercloud furrowed its brow. Ahh, Pat Hartampf’s garden is the iconic image on the cover of our Timeless Landscape Design and it out did itself today!
I love this photo sent by friend, E Bradham from Charleston. I want to go here!! Our daffodils from Brent & Beckys bulbs planted from GWA samples received over many years enrich our garden at Highcote in Cashiers, NC with a multitude of cup colors and form. The apricot hyacinth Gypsy Queen is fantastic. Pulmonaria in a […]
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Time passes by all too swifly. I promised many of you the link to the memorial video played on February 17, 2012 at the UGA gathering in honor of our friend, the late Jim Cothran, FASLA. In so many ways, Jim Cothran was the face of garden history in Georgia and South Carolina, and in the South in general. He had such gentle, all abiding interest in our cultural landscape ways.
Mary Palmer is on an exciting adventure to San Diego, CA to reach her dreams of becoming the next garden guru! She’s studying with internationally renowned sales and marketing “queen”, Lisa Sasevich, to help learn the tricks of the trade in creating the best product for her readers. Additionally, she is meeting with video extraordinaire […]
Remember all those landscape design courses I taughtat Clemson called the Clemson Certificate of Landscape Design (CCALD)? Ta-daa… they are here for you as videos and power point shows…free! Well, I hated to let them languish in the closet. So, we uploaded them to VIMEO… and voila, now you can have them for tune-ups and […]
The Search for a Expressive Cover High Green, Nancy and Holcombe Greens’s lovely garden in Cashiers, NC, is the current poster child for Lifelong Landscape Design: Environments for Health and Longevity, due for release in August 2012 by Gibbs Smith Publishers. The garden has everything… an atmospheric waterfall, place to sit, herbs between the cracks, gentle stairs, […]
Bring your Pickin’ Basket to the The Pioneer Garden Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans live up to their name! Planted in early June, they climbed the beanstalks and set 8″ pods by mid August. The kale, swiss chard, garlic chives and other useful herbs and vegetables survived attacks by crows and rabbits to flourish in the […]