Edible Landscapes – TED

This TED Talk is a few years old but is still as relevant as ever. Food is a universal language which makes it a great tool for getting people engaged in their landscape. Pam Warhurst presents her experience in getting edible gardening into the most unlikely of places...

Kate’s Phyto Book Wins the BSLA Honor Award in Communications

Kate’s Phyto: Principles and Resources for Site Remediation and Landscape Design book was just recently awarded the Honor Award in Communications from the Boston Society of Landscape Architects! Here’s a great review of the book from Dirt Magazine.      ...

Ridgewood Park in Hyannis, MA is Out for Bid

Ridgewood Park has gone out for bid!  This park develops two existing parcels within Hyannis’s “tree streets” neighborhood.  Extenstive community meetings has led to a plan for a series of undulating passive path “loops”, as well as a small play area, exploratory...

Could Crimson Clover Be the Next Boxwood?

When I was in New York a few weeks ago, I decided to check out the Edible Plants Garden at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. My discovery on that early spring April day: Crimson Red Clover was being used as both a cover crop and an aesthetically beautiful hedge!! Clover is...