Articles in the Autumn 2014 Issue
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FreshAll about Longwood Gardens’ new meadow garden, geometric outdoor furniture, vibrant shade plants, creating colorful salad gardens, and Dan Hinkley on memorable plants.
Plant PaletteFrom Mozzie Zapper to knifeleaf acacia, “oddball” Australian natives inspired a front lawn rip-out in this Los Angeles garden.
Landscape SolutionThis steep, sloping lot in need of a makeover was converted into a livable space with areas carved out for growing vegetables, entertaining, and cooking.
MakerA closer look at Lunaform’s fluidly curved pottery that’s made to endure harsh weather.
ElementStone, metal, and wood combine with a short plant list for a beach-house garden designed for casual living.
GroundbreakerNicholas Staddon is a roving ambassador of new plants and the amazing stories and people behind them.
Connecticut CrescendoA rural Connecticut garden spends the season gearing up for an autumnal blaze of glory.
Rocky Mountain Tough20 Acres and a Rocky Mountain garden of aspens, wildflowers, and vistas get a new lease on life.
Capetown in CaliforniaA revitalized garden honors the owners’ West Coast and South Africa roots with its painterly plant mix.
18 Stunning and Offbeat BulbsEasy-to-grow “geophytes” that offer toughness, drought tolerance, and brilliant blooms.
Tangled Up In TahoeLessons about gardening and life from a little clearing in the forest.
Harvest BouquetsThe rich bounty of fall takes center stage in Eddie Zaratsian’s artful floral arrangements.
Swept Up In StoneDan Snow’s reverence for the land and local cultures is built into his endearing stone creations.
Designer Portfolio: Steve MartinoMartino’s blend of man-made elements and native plants reflects the sun-drenched beauty of the desert.
Abroad: All Thing BloomFall color lights up the Bressingham Gardens, the showcase for the Bloom family’s introductions.
In Your ZoneTips from the pros on where to go and what to grow in your area.
Life's WorkKim Wilkie, designer and advocate of the land, has left his imprint in earthworks around the world.