Goldenrods are prized by gardeners as well as bees, flies, wasps and butterflies.
Atlanta History Center Waterfall
An artful solution to a sensitive storm water drainage challenge.
This brick path at a project in Athens, GA creates an inviting entrance to the landscape
Early Model T Fords had tires made from the natural rubber contained within the leaves. Other uses include herbal teas to counter inflammation and irritation from bacterial infections or kidney stones while Native Americans chewed the leaves for sore throats or toothaches.
Exploring a project site on the Georgia coast reveals the small pieces that comprise the whole
Sheep were deployed to assist with landscape management at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, helping to rid the floodplain of invasive Chinese privet
Biota and abiota
Fern glade at Southern Highlands Reserve
A site visit on the future Atlanta Beltine
The farm at East Lake Commons
A winter morning view of the rainwater catchment conveyance at the Horticulture Department greenhouse at University of Georgia
A moss landscape at Southern Highlands Reserve
A potential transit route in Athens, GA
FSC Certified lumber stacked and ready for use
Winter on Cold Mountain, western North Carolina
A poolhouse landscape in Athens, GA