On this episode of Garden Style, host P. Allen Smith will discuss ideas to design a woodland gardens. Allen visits America’s oldest national park, shares what woodland plants he has in his own backyard, and shows a fun way to reuse broken terracotta pots.
Hot Springs Garvan Woodland Gardens tour
Mystery garden home design
Garden design inspired by english gardens
American Landscape Architecture history
Allen’s Garden Design
12 Principles of Design
Making Toad Houses with Broken Terracotta
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P. Allen Smith is a landscape and garden designer, horticulturist, preservationist and television host. His passions span the subjects of community, health, sustainability and history. He has designed the grounds at many of the nation’s most notable estate properties, townhomes, and commercial complexes. And, for over 19 years, he has shared his green knowledge and insight with the public via ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, his own PBS television, and six book titles. Currently, Allen is focused on residential, commercial and community designs that are beautiful, improve our contentedness, and our social and physical health.
To learn more about:
…Allen’s horticultural interests and secrets, sign up for his weekly newsletter: https://pallensmith.com/
…visiting Allen’s Garden Home above the Arkansas River, see https://pallensmith.com/tours/
….Allen’s favorite plants mentioned in his social media, see: To review many of the plants Allen mentions in his posts and that are planted in his own garden, see https://pallensmith.com/gilbert-h-wild-allens-favorites/
….retaining Allen’s Garden and Landscape design firm, see http://www.pallensmithandassociates.com/
…Allen’s Garden Home-inspired intergenerational community in Monroe, LA, see https://www.gardensofsomerset.com/
Allen’s Official Website: http://www.pallensmith.com