Drawing by Lawrence Halprin, detail



•   Warren H. Manning’s wild garden is featured in the new LALH book Warren H. Manning, Landscape Architect and Environmental Planner.

•   Renowned landscape architect Laurie Olin writes “Why I Still Do Residential Gardens.”

•   University of Georgia librarian Melissa Tufts describes the extraordinary beauty of the Southern Highlands Reserve in Lake Toxaway, NC.

•   Marion Hill, former GCA president, profiles 2017 LALH Preservation Heroes Betty and Robert Balentine, stewards of the Southern Highlands Preserve.

•   Historian and preservation advocate Elizabeth Barlow Rogers receives the first LALH Legacy Award.

•   Landscape architect Carolyn Lindsay recounts her research into the gardens of the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Jacksonville, FL, featured in Ellen Shipman and the American Garden.

•   Landscape architect Derrik Eichelberger describes his restoration work at Val Verde, in Montecito.

•   LALH past president Michael Jefcoat writes about restoring the homes of Eudora Welty and William Faulkner.

•   Edsel and Eleanor Ford House, Grosse Pointe Shores, MI, designed by Jens Jensen and featured in A Genius for Place, is awarded National Landmark Status.

•   Atlanta architect Arthur J. Clement writes about Warren H. Manning’s design for Spelman Seminary Grounds.

•   Dean Cardasis discusses James Rose’s unique approach to space composition at the Averett garden, featured in the new LALH book James Rose.

•   Landscape historian Ethan Carr leads three LALH authors in a discussion of “Why History Matters.”