This week we paid a visit to one of our favorite farms in New England, admired a French artist’s avant garde planters, and yearned to take part in a wild food challenge. Read on to learn more of what we’ve been admiring.
Above: On Stacey’s must-visit list is the new permanent garden at the South London Gallery. Ingenious “levels and spaces can be used interchangeably for sitting, eating, playing, or showing work by other artists.” Photograph by Andy Stagg, courtesy of South London Gallery.
- A revered French landscape designer takes a look back.
- The Association of Professional Landscape Designers awards excellence. Enter here.
Above: We’re thrilled our book, Gardenista: The Definitive Guide to Stylish Outdoor Spaces, will be out in just five three days. Michelle recently wrote about her own garden in the New York Times.
- A wild food challenge in all its bounty and beauty.
- Branching into the treetops for the ultimate urban living experience.
Above: On a farmstand roadtrip last weekend, Annie stopped into the tiny Snug Harbor Farm in southern Maine, a new favorite for “weather-worn planters, linens and ceramics, and buckets of dried fall flowers in the barn.”
Above: Margot is putting down roots.
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- 40 kinds of fruit from one tree?
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Above: French artist Cécile Daladier evokes a sense of mystery and awe. Some of her latest ceramic works include vessels for flowers, proof that the artist is also an avid gardener (@ceciledaladier).
We’re always keen on discovering the new and innovative in the fields of gardening and landscape design. For more inspiration, visit our posts:
- Studio Visit: Quiet, Moody Flower Studies by Yukiko Masuda.
- The Well-Dressed Gardener.
- A Hudson Valley Landscape, Pond Included.