Gardening as art

Posted on | September 25, 2009 | 1 Comment

James Duell in his Culver City garden. Photo: Mel Melcon/LA Times. All rights reserved.“AT a time when more people are getting serious about responsible landscaping, James Duell’s garden is a reminder that you don’t need a lot of space — or water — to create something inspiring. His exquisite design, a strip along the path to the guest house he rents in Culver City, is evidence of a love affair with plants and an eye for color.”

To keep reading about the visit of Los Angeles Times garden writer Lisa Boone to the home of landscape designer James Duell, click here. For the photo gallery, here.

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One Response to “Gardening as art”

  1. Frawley BECKER
    September 28th, 2009 @ 11:34 pm

    How does one contact James Duell? My yard and garden need him.

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