Author: Alejandro Saralegui

6 questions for John Phibbs, a garden historian and author, on the go-to landscape designer of the British aristocracy.

Quincy Hammond of Quincy Hammond Landscape Architecture dishes on her background, inspiration and more.

In her new book, "Sidewalk Gardens of New York," Betsy Pinover Schiff explores the explosive growth of gardens of all types around the city.

Sandra de Ovando shows HC&G how to decorate for everything from a casual garden party to a Hamptons wedding.

Event planner Ron Wendt lets us in on the secrets to the most gorgeous flower arrangements.

After nearly 30 years in a Victorian farmhouse, artist Keith Sonnier explores his postmodern side.

On Southampton’s sparkling Little Fresh Pond, work comes naturally to artist Robert Harms.

On less than a quarter of an acre in Wainscott, Joseph Tyree designs a garden that’s a world apart.

The New York Botanical Garden will debut some gorgeous new exhibitions as well as reopen some of their most popular collections from the past in celebration of this momentous occasion.

Marion Brenner's new book, In and Out of Paris: Gardens of Secret Delights explores the hidden green oases in the City of Light.

"It was a bit too feminine for me when I first saw it," he recalls. "Now it's a grown-up bachelor pad that looks good both day and night."

"It was a bit too feminine for me when I first saw it," he recalls. "Now it's a grown-up bachelor pad that looks good both day and night."

Paige Dickey, board member of the Garden Conservancy, is the editor of the new book, Outstanding American Gardens: A Celebration. She speaks to NYC&G about the Conservancy's goals and growth, as well as the New York gardens she highlights in her new book.

In a shingle-style home designed by Delano & Aldrich and built more than a century ago, Leslie Dunn and Ann Tighe devised a kitchen plan that meshes seamlessly with the house’s architecture but is made for 21st-century living. Exposed beams and rough-hewn floors combine with state-of-the-art appliances, creating a kitchen that’s “both industrial and rustic, with a vintage-farmhouse feel,” says Dunn.

Most gardens typically suffer from the late-summer doldrums, but September usually ushers in a new lease on life. Early fall is an ideal time to plant varieties that will add lasting interest and take your gardens well past the first deep frost.

The stress often associated with owning a second or even a third or fourth home doesn’t faze Michael Bruno in the least. He already owns a venerable house in Tuxedo Park and a New York apartment, but when a Grosvenor Atterbury mansion became available last year on Coopers Neck Lane, Bruno and his partner, Alexander Jakowec, couldn’t resist.

Most gardens typically suffer from the late-summer doldrums, but September usually ushers in a new lease on life. Early fall is an ideal time to plant varieties that will add lasting interest and take your gardens well past the first deep frost.

The stress often associated with owning a second or even a third or fourth home doesn’t faze Michael Bruno in the least. He already owns a venerable house in Tuxedo Park and a New York apartment, but when a Grosvenor Atterbury mansion became available last year on Coopers Neck Lane, Bruno and his partner, Alexander Jakowec, couldn’t resist.