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by Peter Slothower | Design Narrative, Ecological Horticulture, Garden Design, Garden Design Elements, Garden Management, Garden Update, Gustafson Guthrie Nichol, How-To Lurie Garden, Lurie Garden’s Story, Piet Oudolf, Pollinators Maps that are rich in detail help us communicate the complexity and evolution of our dynamic garden. Lurie Garden is intended […]

Maps that are rich in detail help us communicate the complexity and evolution of our dynamic garden. Lurie Garden is intended to be an ever-changing, dynamic planting. The evolving relationships between plant groups and their role in the overall design requires…

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Cutting Back on the Cut-back

The mowing down of the garden in spring used to be straightforward – a crew would ride mulching mowers around the garden to make a clean palette for the anticipated crocus and tulips. While Lurie Garden’s first priority is maintaining the garden’s design beauty and…

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How to Maintain the Initial Vision of a Landscape in the Midst of its Evolution

The initial vision of a constructed space can be maintained as it evolves if the original creators remain involved to help steer changes. Landscapes in public spaces evolve through multiple influences. A site’s mission, funding, or management can shift this evolution….

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