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In this week's post about the James Beard Garden renovation, we show the new refrigerators given by True Professional Series that have been installed in the garden, which will be used by the staff of the James Beard Foundation garden to store ingredients for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres outside.
A house and garden grow together, with some strategic planning by their owner, Page Dickey, in upstate New York.
A slide show of photographs of the second part of New York's High Line, an elevated garden built on an abandoned railroad track, with gardens designed by Piet Oudolf and landscape architecture by James Corner. The second part of the High Line opened June 8, 2011, bringing the completed garden to a mile long, with a third part to open in the future.
This week, we have three cool time-lapse videos of the renovation of the James Beard garden in progress, filmed with PlantCam cameras.
In this week's update about the James Beard garden renovation, we take a look at the major pruning of the birch tree in the garden and the important points to consider when working with an arborist.
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Artist Lawrence Weiner's house in New York's West Village has windows and a penthouse (which overlooks a rooftop garden) built with truck containers. The penthouse is part of a beautiful renovation by architects LOT-EK.
Related Topics: Ideas | architecture | Design | New York | Rooftop garden
A plant enthusiast and a history nut, landscape architect Paul Busse uses exclusively botanic material to recreate famous buildings in miniature, building willow twig bridges and cinnamon cantilevers.
Imaginations come alive, along with pumpkins, at The Rise of the Jack O’Lanterns in Los Angeles and Long Island this fall. View more than 5,000 pumpkins carved by artists and sculptures light up the night sky now through November 2nd.
Related Topics: Visit | Events | halloween | Los Angeles | New York | pumpkin
The third section of the High Line in New York offers gardeners an experience to learn from and appreciate. From wild and cultivated plantings to the use of narrow space, the section is sure to inspire one to look at a design problem from all sides and then create either a distinction or celebration in the space available, as the High Line shows.
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden celebrates 100 years while relocating and expanding its Herb Garden
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