Wilhelm Miller

Wilhelm Miller (1869–1938), influenced by the horticulturalist Liberty Hyde Bailey, began his career as an associate editor for Bailey’s Cyclopedia of American Horticulture and went on to become a prolific writer on landscape-related topics as well as the founder of Garden Magazine. He was an early advocate for the use of native plants in landscape design, and publicized the work of O. C. Simonds, Walter Burley Griffin, and Jens Jenson.