An overly shaded yard that's just 18 feet wide by 150 feet long is now a dream garden. 
The Spring Blooms celebration features over 250,000 tulips in bloom!
Monticello hosts a talk with landscape architect Thomas Woltz on April 28th.

 

The Weekly Notebook

Feb
01
01:59pm
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Add Old World Treasures to Your Garden  Add some variety to your garden with Sempervivum, also known as Hens and Chicks and Houseleeks.  Read More »
Related Topics: Succulents
Jan
31
07:11pm
25
Old Trees & New Growth in Sequoia National Forest A team of scientists & a photographer recently climbed all the largest trees in Sequoia National Forest and discovered that the forest's older trees produce more new wood than their younger neighbors—that is to say, as some trees age, their rate of growth actually increases. They took lots of measurements and some gorgeous photographs. Read More »
Related Topics: old | oldest | Trees
Jan
31
04:04pm
11
Suburbia Transformed 10 residential landscapes, honored in a competition in landscape architecture by the James Rose Center. Read More »
Jan
30
01:42pm
28
The Gardens of Brook Klausing Designer Brook Klausing of Brook Landscape talks about how to mix indoor and outdoor furniture and shows off four of his recent projects, including the garden of Jenna Lyons, creative director of J.Crew. Read More »
Jan
30
09:29am
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Peacock Pavers Old World beauty. A world of design applications. Perfect for garden projects and landscaping, they lend distinction to floors, terraces, fireplace facings, swimming pools, pool decking, water features, driveways and more. Read More »
Related Topics: pavers | permeable pavers
Jan
29
08:14pm
1
Alys Beach Landscape architecture plays a starring role in creating this utopian beachside community on Florida's northwest coast. Read More »
Jan
29
08:36am
29
What's in your Fireplace? Hardwood vs Softwood What's the difference between hardwoods and softwoods, anyway? It's not just their density; tree species are actually categorized by how they reproduce.  Read More »
Related Topics: Winter
Jan
28
08:11am
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At Home with Scott Shrader: Photo Gallery Around Southern California, landscape designer Scott Shrader is known for civilized, amenity-filled gardens tailor-made for life outside. At his own home — a 1,600-square-foot Regency-style cottage in West Hollywood — Shrader transformed a cramped, 24-by-45-foot brick-and-concrete backyard into three intimate rooms.  Read More »
Jan
28
08:10am
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Great Designs: Scott Shrader Scott Shrader has mastered the art of crafting classic gardens that feel timeless. Behind his own home, he makes small spaces feel expansive, erasing the boundary between inside and out. Read More »
Jan
24
09:03am
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Spinning Nature Melbourne-based artist Corey Thomas takes inspiration from everyday seeds.  Read More »
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