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Springside, Poughkeepsie, NY | The only Andrew Jackson Downing landscape still essentially intact, Springside was the 45-acre ornamental farm and summer estate of Matthew Vassar, the founder of Vassar College.

Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, MA | After obtaining the commission to design the Emerald Necklace in Brookline and Boston, Frederick Law Olmsted Sr. moved his home and office to Brookline in 1883. Transforming the 1.75-acre agrarian property into a picturesque landscape was a collaboration between Olmsted and John Charles Olmsted, who oversaw most of the construction.

Cranbrook House | In 1904, newspaper magnate George Booth purchased this 174-acre farmstead northwest of Detroit, which he named Cranbrook after his ancestral English home. Working with landscape gardener H. J. Corfield and landscape architect O.C. Simonds he transformed the grounds to include a man-made lake, woodlands, and over 40-acres of gardens. Learn more at

Rodin Museum, Philadelphia, PA | A multi-year renovation of the Rodin Museum's gardens was completed in 2011. The renovation accommodated new native plantings, including lavender, thyme, and yarrow, and allowed for the return of Rodin’s sculptures to the garden after years inside the museum.


Martin Van Buren National Historic Site

Martin Van Buren National Historic Site, Kinderhook, New York, United States

Oldfields, Indianapolis, IN | Currently owned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Oldfields landscape includes gardens and grounds, designed by Percival Gallagher, Anne Bruce Haldeman and Sasaki Associates. The estate was made a National Historic Landmark in 2003.

Queset House ~ mousepad ~ Queset House of Easton, MA was designed by noted architect Andrew Jackson Downing in 1854 under commission from industrialist Oakes Angier Ames.

Occidental College, Eagle Rock, CA | Occidental College in Eagle Rock, California combines Myron Hunt’s Beaux Arts buildings with Beatrix Farrand’s native planting design to create a campus deeply rooted in the Mediterranean Revival style.