Garden design is highly sensitive to change throughout the seasons, the elements and the existing site. As a garden designer working within the urban landscape of New York City my intention is to create moments and vignettes to stimulate the senses, to transport the garden sojourner.Read More
The garden has been an inspiration to fashion designers for centuries. Garden dresses, garden shoes, garden party hats are just the threshold of garden fashion costume.Read More
I'm mad about blue! I find blue to be an alluring color to design with. A less common color in nature, it’s a challenge to find true blue in flower form.Read More
There is a history of enjoying tea in the landscape of a New York City garden. 18th century tea gardens were added to taverns evoking the English tradition.Read More
Part of my practice in NYC is designing and installing Brooklyn brownstone gardens. Here are a few ideas for small garden design.Read More
Small garden designs seen at the Chelsea Flower Show that are appropriate for a New York City garden design where space is at a premium.Read More
For your consideration, here are four gardens inspired by the Italian renaissance. These gardens were constructed from 1550 - 2013.Read More
Russell Page (1906–1985) is known for the development of master design plan for a site by applying principles of classical style to the gardens he designed.Read More
Hortus conclusus is an enclosed garden or walled garden. It protected the private from public intrusion, creating a barrier, that brought nature within its walls.Read More
If leadership is the process by which one influences and motivates the behaviors, attitudes, and thoughts of others... then Is this the most influential garden in the United States since Jefferson created Monticello?
Perhaps the perfect site to create a garden design for a jardin potager?