Old Westbury Gardens

Henke, E.
May 1992
Flower & Garden;May92, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p38
Describes the English-style Old Westbury Gardens (Oyster Bay, New York). How Nelson Steryer, horticultural supervisor, and Kim Johnson, walled garden supervisor, orchestrate a six-month succession of bloom in the walled garden's borders; Layout of the walled garden; Boxwood garden; Cottage garden; Seasonal succession of plants; Travel information.


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