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
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
In his new book, The Art of Outdoor Living, he writes, “Gardens are for living in, not just looking at from the other side of the window.”