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Tag Archives: Olmsted Garden

The English Garden is Restored and Open!

Apr

09

Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma, the English Garden has been restored and re-opened to the public! Work on infrastructure repairs began on January 14, and except for a few minor tweaks here and there, all that is needed is time for Mother Nature to take over and let the plants grow.

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Charles Birnbaum returns to The Cummer!

Apr

14

Much can be said of Charles Birnbaum’s extensive career in gardening and landscape design.  After spending 10 years in private practice in New York City and over 15 years working as the coordinator of the National Park Service Historic Landscape Initiative, he is not the Founder but currently the President of The Cultural Landscape Foundation.  […]

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What’s Blooming? Plumbago!

Nov

06

The Cummer Store has a wide variety of gifts, trinkets, and art that would interest any customer. With a unique quality of product, customers with distinctive tastes are sure to find…

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Art in the Gardens: Mercury

Aug

07

In the center of the Olmsted Garden, a beautiful bronze sculpture of Mercury, the Roman god of commerce, poetry, luck, trickery, and the guider of souls to the Underworld, stands suspended in…

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What’s Blooming? Pink Supreme Roses

Jun

26

The Pink Supreme rose is known as a “flower carpet” because of its ability to beautifully cover the ground of a garden with bright and blooming foliage. Pink Supremes…

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A Moment of Thanks: The Olmsted Garden and Parking Lot Teams

May

08

Before we begin construction along Riverside Avenue – including the completion of a new Sculpture Garden in front of Art Connections, the expansion of the TreeCup Café onto the…

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