At the Children’s Butterfly Garden of a Saratoga Elementary School

At the Children's Butterfly Garden of a Saratoga County Elementary School This week I had the privilege of designing a butterfly garden at a Saratoga County Elementary School. The kids were lots of fun to work with, and they were so excited to learn about habitat gardening and the different species of native plants we [...]

Second Year in a Glens Falls Woodland Garden

Last year I started a new woodland garden in Glens Falls, NY, and this week I got a call from the client saying that everything was in bloom and I should come photograph. The picture above shows Trillium luteum and Phlox divaricata. Landscape design for shade gardens is really enjoyable because the structure is a [...]

New Woodland Gardens in Clifton Park, NY

This spring there's been a sharp rise in the call for native plant woodland gardens compared to previous years. Landscaping in Saratoga is always delightful because people are so open and receptive to natural landscape designs and native plant use (especially when they hear how much lower maintenance native plant scapes are!) This spring has [...]

A new woodland garden in Glens Falls, NY

This week found me building a new woodland garden full of native woodland plants in Glens Falls, NY, which is ten minutes south of Lake George. The garden beds that were filled sit underneath the shade of two Sugar Maples most of the day, but not so close to the Maple trees to dry the [...]

In the Trillium lab

This week I was again lucky enough to be invited out to the native plants nursery Wildthings Rescue Nursery. I was bowled over by the resourcefulness, creativity and innovation of the owner. She has a herd of 18 deer living on her property, and the prolific deer population has devastated her Trillium supply over the [...]

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