Anne Bellomy dumped lawn for drought-tough diversity that turned her small, in-town lot into an on-going wildlife preserve with native plants.
Central Texas Gardner April, 2012
Central Texas Gardner September, 2010
Viewpoints in the garden are essential to its design. From indoors and out, from close-up or from a distance, how do you give your garden multiple personalities? See how this garden, tended by designer Scott Thurmon, captures that intrigue for on-going discovery.
Central Texas Gardner May 22, 2009
Designer Scott Thurmon of Yardworks and Tom Spencer of Central Texas Gardner explore contrasts in garden design with soft structure plants.
Central Texas Gardner May 19, 2008
In Driftwood, designer Scott Thurmon and architectural designer Robert McKay connected home, garden and wild open spaces through Through repetitive plant form. Diverse texture and foliar color, along with floppier plants, achieve harmony in a setting that combines structural formality with movement.