3 edition of Gardens of the Hudson Valley found in the catalog.
Gardens of the Hudson Valley
|Statement||photographs by Steve Gross and Susan Daley ; text by Nancy M. Berner and Susan Lowry ; foreword by Gregory Long.|
|Genre||Pictorial works, Guidebooks|
|Contributions||Daley, Susan, 1953-, Berner, Nancy, 1950-, Lowry, Susan, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||SB466.U65 H834 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010010466|
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Recently published, Gardens of the Hudson Valley features the Brine Garden among "twenty-five gardens between Yonkers and Hudson. Horticultural Design, the Brine Garden in great new landscape books, including The Nonstop Garden, Gardens of the Hudson Valley and Designer Plant Combinations.
Much More than a Garden We’re more than just a pretty space. Hudson Gardens is a nonprofit organization encompassing thirty acres of garden exhibits, trails, natural terrain, and event venues only minutes from downtown Littleton. We encourage people to bond over nature, artistry, health and wellness by making these facilities available for special events, private Continued. The team behind ’s Private Gardens of Connecticut heads west to the wilder terrain of the Hudson Valley. Garmey notes that while English gardeners “have” gardens, Americans “make” gardens. That active verb reverberates as she details the creation of 26 distinctive private worlds, including Richard Jenrette’s stunning reinvention of Gore Vidal’s Edgewater estate and food .
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A fresh look at our national treasure, Gardens of the Hudson Valley is a breathtaking tour of some of America's finest gardens. Gross and Daley's photography renders this legendary region reachable from any armchair. Berner's text lends solid support to this outstanding book/5(8). — The New York Times Book Review “The team behind 's Private Gardens of Connecticut heads west to the wilder terrain of the Hudson Valley.
Garmey notes that while English gardeners 'have' gardens, Americans 'make' gardens/5(9). A guide to the historic sites of New York's Hudson River Valley which showcases 31 of the most notable gardens in a format suited to planning a visit.
Organized by region, the book includes a brief profile of each site and its key features along with information on travel directions, hours and facilities available.5/5(2). Photographs by John M. Hall Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley surveys the majestic landscape that borders the Hudson River, an area rich in history and unique garden designs.
The scenery, which encompasses riverfront meadows, craggy hills, and long open valleys, is inherently dramatic. The area is a crucible for the development of American landscape design since the major figures—Alexander Jackson Downing, Frederick Law Olmsted, Beatrix Farrand, and Fletcher Steele—all worked in.
Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley surveys the maje /5. Gardens Of The Hudson Valley by Susan Daley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(3). Garden Design's self-guided day trip to 3 spectacular Hudson Valley gardens Written and produced by Karen Chapman as recommended by local garden expert Jan Johnsen Be the first to know when a new day trip or garden travel opportunity has been added to n up for alerts.
From hillsides of daffodils at Sunnyside to rows of tulips at Empire State Park in Albany, public gardens reflecting years of landscaping styles have the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area awash in color and bloom from spring until fall frost.
Presidents, industrialists, naturalists and artists have long called the Hudson Valley home and most have enhanced the. A sumptuously photographed survey of gardens in and near the Hudson Valley, 'Private Gardens' includes twenty-six engaging private gardens representing the full range of garden types: from cutting edge modern to more traditional and 'natural' landscapes.
The finely-honed writing beautifully illuminates the attitudes and the design approach to /5(9). Great Gardens in the Hudson Valley. Oct 15th, / BY fionta.
Tag: Kykuit. There’s a reason why the Hudson Valley inspired Andrew Jackson Downing—one of America’s founding fathers of landscape design. In a time of Industrialism, he advocated a rural life and communing with nature, and the Hudson Valley was the perfect place to do so.
The area is a crucible for the development of American landscape design since the major figures—Alexander Jackson Downing, Frederick Law Olmsted, Beatrix Farrand, and Fletcher Steele—all worked in the Hudson Valley.
Gardens of the Hudson Valley focuses on the historic landscape and how gardens have been integrated into it. Gardens of the Hudson Valley by Susan Daley () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(7).
About Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley surveys the majestic landscape that borders the Hudson River, an area rich in history and unique garden designs.
The scenery, which encompasses riverfront meadows, craggy hills, and long open valleys, is. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Gardens -- Hudson River Valley (N.Y.
and N.J.) -- Pictorial works. Gardens -- Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.) -- Guidebooks. Gardens. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. by Meredith Mendelsohn Octo A chapter of the new book, Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley, is devoted to the gardens of a Thomas Phifer–designed house in Clinton Corners, New York.
Top: The Ancram spread belonging to New York Botanical Garden president Gregory Long and his partner, Scott Newman, has a pond as its focal point. Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley by Jane Garmey, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble® Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley surveys the majestic landscape that borders the Hudson River, an area rich in history and unique garden designs Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: Gardens of the Hudson River Valley.
New York: H.N. Abrams in association with Friends of the Hudson Valley, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ogden Tanner; Ted Spiegel. Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley is one of five books for garden lovers chosen by Alida Becker in the December 6th issue of the New York Times Sunday Book Review.
The Book Cove is an independent book store in the heart of the Village of Pawling, NY. For information call: () From the Publisher. Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley surveys the majestic landscape that borders the Hudson River, an area rich in history and unique garden designs.
The scenery, which encompasses riverfront meadows, craggy hills, and long open valleys, is inherently dramatic. Gardens of the Hudson Valley focuses on the historic landscape and how gardens have been integrated into raphers Steve Gross and Susan Daly have selected twenty-five gardens between Yonkers and Hudson, including famous estate gardens like Kykuit, Boscobel, the Vanderbilt Mansion, and Olana (all open to the public) and private gardens that combine sweeping views and lush plantings.
The Hudson Valley offers much in the way of natural beauty, but it also has beautifully crafted gardens to connect us with nature and uplift the spirits, invigorating all ages.
The plentiful options for day trips to both public and private gardens can take you on an excursion of delight throughout the season.
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