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Magnificent trees of the New York Botanical Garden

Larry Lederman

Magnificent trees of the New York Botanical Garden

by Larry Lederman

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Published by Monacelli Press with the New York Botanical Garden in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New York Botanical Garden,
  • Trees,
  • Pictorial works

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementphotographs by Larry Lederman ; essays by Larry Lederman and Todd A. Forrest
    ContributionsForrest, Todd A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK177 .L43 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25260114M
    ISBN 109781580933339
    LC Control Number2012010515

    Use our guide featuring the best New York attractions as a bucket list for discovering historical landmarks, gorgeous parks and legendary museums.   “A boon to all those who plant, care for, and love trees.”—Nina Bassuk, author of Trees in the Urban Landscape The Tree Book is the go-to reference to more than 2, species and cultivars, from two of the biggest names in horticulture—Michael A. Dirr and Keith S. Warren. The featured trees include those widely available in the nursery trade, some new and .

    A selection of Larry Lederman photographs included in the New York Botanical Garden's Magnificent Trees, published by Monacelli Press in   This undated photo provided by Timber Press shows monarch butterflies in the University of Delaware Botanical Garden in Newark, Del., and is featured in the Douglas Tallamy book "Nature's Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation that Starts in Your Yard.".

    Books from the Research Collection: Books on Trees: Botanical Art: Bulletin of the New York Botanical Garden: C: Latin American Plant Literature: M: Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden: N: New York Botanical Garden Historical Photos: Nursery and Seed Catalogs: P: Postage stamps: T: The New Parks Beyond the Harlem. OK.   St. Louis’ Missouri Botanical Garden is America’s oldest continually operating botanical garden and a National Historic Landmark. The acre garden’s highlights include its expansive orchid collection, with roughly 6, individual blooms and different kinds of plants, as well as the acre Japanese Garden and its cherry trees.


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"After spending time with the extraordinary photographs of Larry Lederman in Magnificent Trees of the New York Botanical Garden you will never look at a tree in the same way again.

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Magnificent Trees celebrates specimens that adorn the landscape of The New York Botanical Garden, a National Historic Landmark. This new visual tribute features lavish photographs by Larry Lederman accompanied by descriptions by Todd Forrest, Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections at the Garden.

From now through ApMagnificent Trees of The New York Botanical Gardenis represented in an exhibition of 18 large-scale images, each selected from the book for display in the NYBG’s Arthur and Janet Ross Gallery.

Magnificent Trees celebrates specimens that adorn the landscape of The New York Botanical Garden, a National Historic Landmark. This new visual tribute features lavish photographs by Larry Lederman accompanied by descriptions by Todd Forrest, Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections at the Garden.

Experiencing and photographing The New York Botanical Garden / Larry Lederman --"Rare sylvan beauties": the trees of The New York Botanical Garden / Todd A. Forrest --Trees throughout the year --Stewarding a sylvan landscape / Todd A.

Forrest --Five lessons / Larry Lederman. Responsibility. The trees and their history at the New York Botanical Garden are the subject of a new book of photos and essays “Magnificent Trees.” MetroFocus host Rafael Pi Roman talks with the author Todd.

Magnificent Trees, like those of The New York Botanical Garden over the centuries all over our world have supplied an abundance of beauty, refuge, warmth, shelter and food for all the creatures of nature, including humans.

They have shed their bark and leaves for compost and to help make other things grow around them. From the Intro to Magnificent Trees ‘‘Larry has developed a particular, lyrical, and artistic view of the Garden,” says Gregory Long, President of The New York Botanical Garden. ‘‘Throughout the Garden’s year history, no other observers have known and documented these collections so thoroughly.’’ From the NYBG Blog Plant Talk.

Diana Beresford-Kroeger’s brand-new book, “To Speak for the Trees: My Life’s Journey From Ancient Celtic Wisdom to a Healing Vision of the Forest,” to be published this fall. To read her is to be. In Larry Lederman's book titled Magnificent Trees of New York Botanical Garden, he celebrates the garden's trees through a series of beautiful photographs.

"This was my way of expressing my feeling for the subject matter," he says. Octo Alejandro Saralegui, Photographs by Larry Lederman.

Written by the improbably named Todd Forrest, vice president of horticulture at the garden, “Magnificent Trees of the New York Botanical Garden” is a collection of dozens of Mr. Lederman’s images. The Essential Workers of the New York Botanical Garden The grounds are closed to the public, but a team of horticulturists are misting the orchids and doing their rounds at Daffodil Hill.

By Ariel. The Monacelli Press published his first photography book, Magnificent Trees of the New York Botanical Garden, in October.

Lederman started taking photographs of his own extraordinary property in. The book Magnificent Trees is a fitting tribute to The New York Botanical Garden, a National Historic Landmark recognized throughout the world for stewardship and connoisseurship of its vast collections, and home to more t tree specimens, some in woodland, some in groves, and some standing in.

The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is a botanical garden located at Bronx Park in the Bronx, New York ished init is located on a acre ( ha) site that contains a landscape with over one million living plants; the Enid A.

Haupt Conservatory, a greenhouse containing several habitats; and the LuEsther T. Mertz Library, which contains one of the.

An advocate for historic trees and forests in urban landscapes and public gardens, Forrest contributed essays to "The Magnificent Trees of The New York Botanical Garden, The Trees of North America: Michaux and Redoute’s American Masterpiece," and "Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time." He joined The New York Botanical Garden in as a research.

As his work matured, his prints expanded to the size of paintings, and an exhibition brought them to the attention of Gregory Long, the garden’s CEO and president. And a book project, Magnificent Trees of the New York Botanical Garden, was born.

Magnificent Trees of the New York Botanical Garden, Larry Lederman Richard Powers, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Overstory, identified this book in a recent New York Times Sunday Book Review By the Book interview as the best book present he had ever received, and it is easy to understand why.

The original garden landscape was designed with an arts and crafts style summerhouse, walled gardens with pools and fountains, ornamental trees. Magnificent trees of the New York Botanical Garden by Larry Lederman (Book) Knowledge, truth, and service: the New York Botanical Garden, by Harry M Dunkak (Book).Boxwood knots in The New York Botanical Garden's Herb Garden lie at the foot of gentle hills covered with magnificent specimen trees.

A semiformal, brick-walled garden designed in the tradition of herb and knot gardens, the Herb Garden was originally created in the s to display and grow herbs and companion plants with an emphasis on.A prominent New York lawyer, incorporator of railroads and the U.S.

Steel Corporation, he entertained such friends as Grover Cleveland, Andrew Carnegie, Ethel Barrymore and J.P. Morgan here at Skylands. He was a trustee of the New York Botanical Garden and chose Samuel Parsons, Jr., a protégé of Frederick Law Olmsted, to lay out his estate.