Writing credits include This Old House, Fine Gardening, Houzz, two Timber Press books; content production for Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum; podcasts for Fine Gardening and Horticulture magazines.
Sidestep the rigid rules of traditional garden design and take a walk on the wild side
Tired of tidy hedges and perfectly edged flower beds? Consider loosening up with a prairie-style garden. This great American landscape, like its close cousin the meadow, plays to a love of wide-open spaces with an exuberant mix of forms that more staid plant combinations just can't match.
These tough, fuss-free perennials and grasses have adapted to North American climates and lend to the rustic prairie charm.
In the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, a pair of thieves disguised as Boston police officers entered the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and stole 13 works of art. But what more do we know of these works? How did they become a part of Isabella Gardner's collection, and how they were taken?
In this accessible book, Andrew Keys suggests 255 problem-solving alternatives to plants that, while popular, can be invasive or difficult to cultivate.