A garden for all seasons
The Azalea Garden at the New York Botanical Garden fills a hilly site with thousands of azaleas and lush herbaceous plantings beneath a canopy of mature trees.
Design with native plants
The New York Botanical Garden's new Native Plant Garden reinterprets plant communities of the Northeast for heightened effect.
A stormwater treatment basin developed in cooperation with the NYC Department of Environmental Protection to alleviate flooding, improve water quality, and create habitat.
Restoration of a historic stream improves access to the Thain Family Forest, reduces erosion, and enhances salamander habitat.
Establishing good growing conditions to extend greenspace in the Bronx.
Low-water and no-water landscapes in Denver, Colorado.