Monthly Archives: February 2011
The 1933 House and Garden Hall of Fame features six female landscape architects: Agnes Selkirk Clark, Louise Payson, Rose Greely, Romney Spring, Ellen Shipman, and Annette Hoyt Flanders. The section on Annette Hoyt Flanders reads, “Mrs Flanders: For her broad … Continue reading
The set of cutting garden diagrams generated this fall were inspired by my interest in Flanders’ educational background. Since Flanders had an undergraduate degree in botany, and had gone on to study landscape architecture and architecture (and even civil engineering!) … Continue reading
My fall 2010 research focused on the seasonal color present in the Cutting Garden. Working from Annette Hoyt Flanders’ planting plan, diagrams representing the four seasons and foliage colors were generated. This set of diagrams demonstrates … Continue reading
The Morven Formal Garden, late summer 2010.