History of Landscapes Starts with Stonehenge. Really.
15 February 2019 | 2:07 pm

As threatened promised, I’m blogging the History of Landscape course I’m taking at the University of Maryland, and here’s my first post. The (fabulous) teacher I’ll be quoting is Caren Yglesias. Interestingly to me, when I tell people I’m taking a class in landscape history I get questions like – does it start with Olmsted? English gardens? […]

Still and serene
12 February 2019 | 4:23 pm

You’ve just seen beautiful color images of Buffalo gardens in July. Western New York doesn’t quite look like that now. Color is not the first thing I think of when I do that initial glance out the window, to see what it’s like out and check whether the plow guy got to our back alley. […]

Buffalo Garden Book Give-Away and My Best Buffalo Shots
10 February 2019 | 6:52 pm

It had to happen – a book about the Buffalo-Style Gardens that have become the talk of the gardening world, especially among garden writers. And it had to be the work of Buffalo’s most vocal promoters of Buffalo gardens – the writer Sally Cunningham and the writer/photographer Jim Charlier, published by St. Lynn’s Press in Pittsburgh. To […]


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