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VOL. 16/NO. 3, MaY 2015
Table of Contents
Sense & Soul
For Arne Maynard, designing a garden is a matter
of combining just the right ingredients.
By Kiley Jacque
Today a number of celebrities and city slickers are
opting to start “gentleman’s farms.” We recently
spoke to Janice Parker of Janice Parker Landscape Architects about the widespread trend.
Interview by Nancy E. Berry
When designing a period appropriate porch, it’s best
to startwith the supporting cast—columns, posts,
pedestals, and piers.
By Gordon Bock
Located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, the Crane Estate’s 12,000-sq.ft. Italianate courtyard is fully restored
to its early 20th-century beauty.
By Jeff Harder
Highgrove: An English Country Garden
By HRH The Prince of Wales, Text by Bunny Guinness
Photographed by Marianne Majerus, Andrew Butler
and Andrew Lawson
Reviewed by Annabel Hsin
It’s Time to Green Garden Design
By Michael Weishan