A quaint home in a historic Southern neighborhood gets a modern-day facelift with outdoor living spaces that enhance its 1930s architecture with old-world charm.
From the rambling grounds of a storied English manor, Bridget Elworthy and Henrietta Courtauld of The Land Gardeners are on a mission to make gardens more fully alive
In his garden at Hummelo, world-renowned Dutch landscape designer Piet Oudolf brings home the essence of his aesthetic
Though many of Beatrix Farrand’s projects have been lost to time, a historic Washington, D.C., garden preserves her legacy.
With a lot of study and careful selection of plants, landscape architect Jamie Purinton designed a sweeping Hudson Valley landscape that looks as if it’s always belonged
Dancer Andrew Grossman swaps disciplines but never loses his balance
A Rhode Island garden reveals the beauty of allowing place to take precedence
In a career spanning more than 40 years, designer Arthur Shackleton has nurtured many of the Emerald Isle’s botanical gems
Replicating original estate pieces, Pennoyer Newman has created a devoted following for its planters that pair centuries-old style with modern-era ease
In the journey of a lifetime, Melissa McGrain threw herself into the faithful revival of Fletcher Steele’s grand finale of a garden
From his base in South Florida, Fernando Wong talks about creating outdoor spaces rooted in classical design that echo a home’s best features
Now open to the public, this historic 1880s estate in the Berkshires reflects landscape architect Fletcher Steele’s 30-year collaboration with Mabel Choate