Earlier Preservation News

LATE 2015

Circle of redbuds discovered: Our grant to help replant trees at the Swan House Boxwood Garden in Atlanta also helped uncover evidence of an earlier planting plan.

With the transfer of a conservation easement to the Westchester Land Trust, Rocky Hills in Mt. Kisco, NY, will be preserved as green space in perpetuity, in keeping with Henriette Suhr's passion for environmental stewardship.

Peckerwood Garden hosted its second annual Taking Root luncheon on October 15 in a packed room in Houston. The keynote speaker was landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh.

A settlement between UCLA and Hannah Carter's family
gives a new lease on life to the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden in Los Angeles, CA.

A new cedar shake roof tops off renewed growth at Chase Garden in Orting, WA

Please join us in supporting campaign for a new potting facility at the nursery at The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens in Newbury, NH

Membership was the topic of the fall 2015 Garden Conservancy Northwest Network (GCNN) workshop, held at Gaiety Hollow in Salem, OR

Hollister House Garden Study Weekend V

"Why Save and Share Gardens?"  Hear the buzz!

Then & Now -- Roofing & Re-roofing at Chase Garden

New Road Signs for Chase Garden

Then & Now -- Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina

EARLY 2015

"Plant Marriage" Counseling at Chase Garden

Russell Page Garden at the Frick Collection Spared

Ruth Bancroft Garden Kicks Off Capital Campaign

Manitoga Artist Residency "Sanctuary"

Art on the Green

Beatrix Farrand: A Pioneer in the ‘Man’s World’ of Landscape Architecture

WANTED! Invasive Plants

Tenacious Western Hills Opens March 14

Progress at Untermyer Gardens Conservancy

Congratulations to Gaiety Hollow

The Graduation of the Gardens of Alcatraz

The Frick: Saving a Living, Breathing Work of Art