Jenny Andrews

Jenny Andrews
Garden Design
As a design element in the garden, bark is the last frontier, interesting in the winter certainly, but also a bonus of texture and pattern all year that enhances foliage and flowers. Take a close-up look at the intricate bark of eight trees, and read four tips on how to design with bark. Read More »
Garden Design
Packed with fascinating history and plants, America's first landscaped cemetery is livelier than you'd think. Read More »
Garden Design
A garden in Santa Fe honors the native landscape and makes the most of every drop of rain that falls Read More »
Living Green - Portland, Or
The owners of this Portland, Oregon, garden want to connect people with the Earth Read More »
103-climate_250_1.jpg
Climate change is not only coming, it's already well underway. What can our gardens expect? Read More »
Garden Design
Grasses, sedges and rushes are major players in gardens from coast to coast. But their textures, colors and toughness also have them headed for stardom in another role – as container plants. Here against a varied backdrop of settings at Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee, are examples of the tall and the small... Read More »
Garden Design
Plant enthusiasts eagerly scoped out the hottest in horticulture at the 64th Annual Symposium of the ­Garden Writers Association, held in Tucson, Arizona, this past fall. Read More »
Garden Design
A Zen garden in Sun Valley, Idaho designed by Native Landscapes kept wise water use in mind, as well as wildlife habitat and use of local materials. Read More »
Garden Design
A garden in Patagonia, Arizona, takes the Southwest climate in stride Read More »
Page 12 of 13