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Hummelo: A Journey Through a Plantman's Life by Piet Oudolf and Noel Kingsbury (The Monacelli Press, 2021). For anyone in pursuit of a garden in harmony with nature, a deep dive into the career of world-renowned Dutch landscape designer Piet Oudolf is in order. This newly expanded paperback edition of the bestselling Hummelo (2015), titled after his own garden in The Netherlands, has been updated to reflect his ever-growing body of work and continued evolution. See Flower’s story on Oudolf.
Design Remix: A New Spin on Traditional Rooms by Corey Damen Jenkins (Rizzoli New York, 2021). "Paging through Corey Damen Jenkins' Design Remix is like listening to a great playlist, with rooms standing in for songs—some chill, some romantic, some that make you want to stand on the table and dance," writes Flower's Kirk Reed Forrester in her feature on the design star. See the full story.
The Naturally Beautiful Garden: Designs That Engage With Nature and Wildlife by Kathryn Bradley-Hole (Rizzoli New York, 2021). Featuring more than 30 inspirational gardens ranging from public spaces to cottage gardens and intimate city courtyards, this book also speaks to topics such as incorporating seeds, fruit, and grasses, and the challenges of various climates. See Flower's book review.
Inviting Interiors: A Fresh Take on Beautiful Rooms by Melanie Turner (Rizzoli New York, 2021). From transitional to more contemporary, lively to neutral, this volume of interior designer Melanie Turner's work reveals rooms that are nuanced and never dull, even in the more quiet spaces. See Flower's book review.