From around the Web: MOMA will be offering a 5 week course called “Broken Homes: Modern Housing Crises“. As one might expect from the title, it will delve into the difficulties of the suburban paradigm in the modern housing crisis. It will support the planned exhibit Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream. The BBC reports that … Read more This Week’s Jumble – Jan 30, 2012
You might think that a landscape architect would always have a perfect garden, but that’s not the case. As with most gardeners, mine is a work in progress. I have lived in my rented row house in Washington, DC for over a year, and I am still working on getting the front courtyard completed. Last … Read more Growing a front yard garden
If you’re reading this, chances are you are enamored of plants, and for people like you and me, one of the great joys of January is the arrival of the seed catalogs. The variety of catalogs reflects the diversity of the garden, and delving into each is a journey through one grower’s curated collection. That … Read more The Romance of the Seed Catalog
Winter has its own kind of loveliness – spare, textured and soft. It lets us enjoy a garden for its structure, and when greenery happens, it jumps to the foreground. I’m lucky to live near Dumbarton Oaks, and a walk through the grounds this time of year offers plenty of textured moments to enjoy.
We did it. RootStemLeaf is getting a new look, with several exciting features in the works. We’re starting with the blog and news from around the web, all focused on whats interesting and fresh in landscape design. Stay tuned as we introduce more features!