Masonry is an artform. Whether it’s brick and mortar or stonework, it adds wonderful structure to the garden. Take it a step farther and combine it artfully with wood and plants and you have garden magic!! This past weekend I visited the formal gardens of F. W. Vanderbilt National Historic Site in Hyde Park, NY. As you can see in the images below, all three elements combine nicely to create an amazing garden!
Have you structure in your garden? Would you consider adding it? I’d love to hear your thoughts on how these images inspire you!
Originally posted on APLD Connecticut Chapter:
A very special evening with world-renown garden artist
Please join us for
Taking Pleasure in the Passing of Time
Mr. Harber will present a lecture on the evolution of scientific instrument to garden sculpture, especially the development of sundials, their timeless appeal, and how they have evolved into the stunning and breath taking creations that he now designs.
This lecture will be of interest to landscape and garden designers, landscape architects, and landscape professionals, designers from other disiplines, or anyone who is interested in incorporating these beautiful pieces into their gardens!
Tuesday October 7th 6:30-8:00 pm
130 Bible Street, Cos Cob, CT (203) 869-9242
Tickets – $25.00/$30.00 at the door
Current APLD members $20.00
(Refreshments will be served)
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David Harber has earned an international reputation for creating innovative, contemporary designs paying homage to the past, and taking the marking of…
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