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April 13th marked the 271st birthday of the 3rd President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson. Monticello in Charlottsville, Virginia—Jefferson’s bountiful gardens, which he tended with famous enthusiasm—is still shared with the public today.  If you're interested in visiting Monticello, find more information here
With season 4 of the hit series Downton Abbey premiering January 5th, fans continue to tune in to the popular show about an Edwardian-era family & their estate. Filmed at Highclere Castle, a royal estate with a garden that dates to 1218, today the garden retains the aesthetic of its most famous designer—Lancelot Capability Brown, a preeminent British landscape architect who championed rolling meadows and natural overgrowth.
Esteemed landscape architect Laurie Olin, whose studio creates outdoor spaces throughout the world, has done some of his finest work in his home base of Philadelphia. His latest at-home project is the garden at the “new” Barnes Foundation, an art and horticulture institution that was recently moved from its original property in Merion, PA to its current site in downtown Philadelphia. 
A photo gallery of Manitoga's 75-acre property; and the work of restoring this woodland masterpiece. 
The Hudson Valley masterwork of mid-century designer Russel Wright battles the elements. 
Thomas Woltz lets the landscape take center stage. 
Textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen brings an eclectic sensibility to his lush public garden in the Hamptons.
Textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen brings an eclectic sensibility to his lush public garden in the Hamptons.
The garden and home of the late Tony Duquette continue to flourish. Hutton Wilkinson leads us on a tour.
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