Who Does What?

I was amused, relieved, and a little embarrassed a few weeks back when a respected and long-standing Landscape Architect stated, in a meeting of industry leaders, something along the lines of ‘what the public don’t really understand is that Landscape Architects don’t design gardens.’ Continue reading

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Oudolf as himself

Piet Oudolf is a phenomenon.  Not since William Robinson has a single figure given the gardening status quo such a shake-up, and drilled their way into the imagination of gardeners, recalibrating their dreaming.

It’s inexplicable, and wholly delightful. Continue reading

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Steppe Update

You may remember, from earlier posts, my ‘steppe’ planting (a misnomer that will remain until something better presents itself) from November 2015.  Back then it looked like this:

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