More stories about Landscaping

  • Problem-Solving Perennials for Green Roofs

    By now, many architects can tout the benefits of green roofs, but few know which plants are actually suitable for topping buildings. Here's a guide to help you know your options, to aid you in enhancing your building design.

  • Every Precious Drop

    Water Efficiency chairs Mary Ann Dickinson and Carole Baker detail how improved technologies, policies, and practices will help achieve new levels of water efficiency by 2020.

  • Product: Planterworx Element

    This Brooklyn studio manufactures geometric metal planters with a twist.

  • Historic and Rural Houses Rule the Day

    Three custom houses, campus apartments for medical researchers, and one cool barbecue pavilion may not seem to have a lot in common. These four projects, however, share two things.

  • Planted Wall from Livewall

    The Livewall system features built-in nozzles for integrated mist irrigation.

  • Award-Winning Custom Outdoor Projects

    Custom Home editors have compiled a slideshow featuring the winners in the Outdoor Spaces and Accessory Building categories from our recent Custom Home Design Awards.

  • ASLA Annual Conference

    The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) will host its annual conference and product expo in Phoenix this September. Early bird registration ends July 6.

  • Aldo Bernardi’s Artistic Outdoor Light Structures

    Venice, Italy-based Aldo Bernardi’s addedbrass- and copper-patina framed gazebos, floor lamps, sconces, and pendant lighting fixtures to its Shadows and Lights collection.

  • Garden Dialogues in Your City

    The Cultural Landscape Foundation is hosting a series of Garden Dialogues, or small group garden tours, all over the country in June and July. Maybe there's one in your city or town.

  • Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion, Bethesda, Md.

    A modern pavilion negotiates the space between manicured and natural landscapes.