Real World Gardener Part 4 of Designing A Garden in New York State in Design Elements

September 20th, 2015

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DESIGN ELEMENTS

 with Landscape Designer Glenice Buck

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been taken on a journey to just outside a little hamlet called Germantown, about 2 hours drive from New York City.

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photo Glenice Buck

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photo Glenice Buck

 We’resurrounded by mountains in the distance, and so far, the Northern Hemisphere trees have been identified with the help of a local arborist, and some shrewd detective work on Glenice’s part.

Listen to the podcast to find out what happens in the final of this series.


By now the veggie patch had been installed, a retaining wall and a new garden bed had been built.

Then it was buying the perennial plants; Rudibeckia, Hemerocallis, (Day Lilies), Mondardia ( Bee Balm), Agastache, Wormwood, Veronica, Salvias and Ornamental grasses.

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photo Glenice Buck

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The arborists will continue withy the selective clearing and maintenance.

Lastly, a native land steward will be employed to replant the native woodland in the south point of the garden.

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