Cara Greenberg

Cara Greenberg
Garden Design
This can't-get-enough garden tourist is at it again: visiting Chanticleer, the early 20th century estate on Philadelphia's Main Line, swathed in inventive perennial gardens at their mid-May best. Read More »
Garden Design
Come see the garden-loving neighborhood of Mount Airy, in northwest Philadelphia. Read More »
Garden Design
Take a look at how Mary-Liz Campbell, a garden designer based in Rye, N.Y., met the challenge of a steeply sloping, wedge-shaped site of not quite 1/8 acre. Read More »
Garden Design
Take a sneak peek at one of 7 private gardens that will be open to the public Saturday, June 26, on the East End of Long Island. Read More »
Garden Design
'Tis the season for competitive flower shows, like the Garden Club of East Hampton's last week. Give me a single perfect rose in a milk bottle over a stiff, overblown arrangement any day. Read More »
Garden Design
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors' gardens, but that's so hard to do during Garden Conservancy Open Days. Take a peek at two very different under-an-acre backyards in East Hampton, N.Y. Read More »
Garden Design
See the punniest entry in last month's LongHouse Reserve invitational container-planting competition. Read More »
Garden Design
Once a season at LongHouse Reserve, the 16-acre ornamental and sculpture garden in East Hampton, N.Y., is not enough. Read More »
Garden Design
Foil them, don't feed them. Here are a dozen suggestions for unusual perennials and shrubs the darling creatures find inedible, most of them variations on the common stalwarts. Read More »
Garden Design
Discover a new old world of historic bulbs, and the many good reasons to grow them. Read More »
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