News 2018-08-22T13:38:20+00:00

John B. Muarry Lecture and Book Signing

MANTS 2019

The New American Garden Exhibition lands at Circle Gallery at University of Georgia

Give the Gift of Year-Round Gardens

Giving the gift of membership to garden organizations is a thoughtful way to give friends and family gardens throughout the coming year.

Beth L’Estrange Promoted to Senior Associate

Kingman Island Ranger Station Project – Wood Innovation Grant

2018 ASLA Award Ceremony

John B. Murray’s Book Launch

Contemporary Classical Architecture, a series of case studies, is available now.

OvS Wins 2018 ASLA Award

OvS Opens First Public Garden in the UK

On September 15, 2018 OvS’ first public garden in the United Kingdom opens, at the American Museum in Britain (AMiB) in Bath, UK, the only museum outside of United States dedicated to celebrating American culture.


Often, OvS will arrange for plants to be grown from plugs (seedlings which have germinated and grown in trays of small cells) for transfer.

CEO Gregory Long Retires from NYBG

Garden Conservancy Society of Fellows’ Garden-Study Tour

OvS Principal Sheila Brady is participating in the Garden Conservancy Society of Fellows Garden Study Tours in Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, and Great Island, MA.


Arbors, gazebos, pergolas, trellises and all such open structures make wonderful additions to the garden, especially when covered with climbing shrubs or vines.

Long Beach Island Foundation’s LA Exhibition

New Jersey’s Long Beach Island Foundation (LBIF) is hosting the annual Landscape Architecture Design Exhibition now through July 15 at the Foundation’s headquarters in Loveladies, NJ.


The magic of aquatic plants lies in their beauty and diversity; the aesthetic considerations (such as texture, color, or bloom time) are nearly unlimited.

Tippet Rise Art Center

The June 2018 issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM) includes a 19-page feature on Tippet Rise Art Center , a collection of intimate musical performance venues and large-scale sculptures that “celebrate the connections between art, music, nature, and the human condition.”