September 5, 2012
Landscape design has gone to the dogs … literally! I love this piece by landscape designer Lisa DuRussel about designing urban spaces with pooches in mind. Sure, most dog runs don’t have a lot of plants in them, but landscape design is often about way more than where to put that azalea so it doesn’t clash with the hydrangeas. It’s an interesting and brief read, so click through! (oh, and ps - the pictures are pretty cute, too). Oh, and if you’re interested in becoming a landscape designer, the Garden offers tons of classes, for amateurs, professionals, and everyone in between. ~AR
(via Green Team: Part 2 – Colors Only Your Dog Can See | Metropolis POV | Metropolis Magazine)

Landscape design has gone to the dogs … literally! I love this piece by landscape designer Lisa DuRussel about designing urban spaces with pooches in mind. Sure, most dog runs don’t have a lot of plants in them, but landscape design is often about way more than where to put that azalea so it doesn’t clash with the hydrangeas. It’s an interesting and brief read, so click through! (oh, and ps - the pictures are pretty cute, too). Oh, and if you’re interested in becoming a landscape designer, the Garden offers tons of classes, for amateurs, professionals, and everyone in between. ~AR

(via Green Team: Part 2 – Colors Only Your Dog Can See | Metropolis POV | Metropolis Magazine)

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