Launch Slideshow

The Cultural Landscape Foundation Wraps Up Garden Dialogues

The Cultural Landscape Foundation Wraps Up Garden Dialogues

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    Iron Mountain, designed by Karen Ford, Landscape Architect

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    Green Residence, Seattle. Designed by Jason Morse, AHBL Inc., Kemper Iversen, and Stuart Slik Architects

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A walk through the natural landscape can be relaxing—but what about doing so with its designer by your side? The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s “What’s Out There Garden Dialogues” lets design-savvy nature enthusiasts hear from the source regarding the inspiration for the space—ranging from home gardens to family estates  to farm-sized acreage—and how it was molded by the design process. In its final weekend, the three-part series will show gardens in Indianapolis; Cape Neddick, Maine; Newport, R.I.; Portland, Ore.; Seattle; and throughout Connecticut. Tickets are $35.

Previous events featured gardens in Atlanta, Miami Beach, Fla., Nashville, and Southern California in April; and Chicago, Connecticut, the Hamptons, the Hudson Valley, and Northern and Southern California in June.