The Latest Issue of Magnolia

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Within the pages of the Southern Garden History Society’s lastest publication of Magnolia, you will be delighted to find articles such as:

Stratford Hall:  An Early Garden Restoration Revisited by Will Rieley

The Old-fashioned “Piony” in the South by Peggy Cornett

Savannah Garden Designed by Pioneering Landscape Architect Clermont Lee Demolished by Ced Dolder

In December 2014, before the recent work at Stratford was begun, Tommy Jordan from the Center for Geospatial Research at the University of Georgia flew a drone over Stratford to create an aerial video montage. Tommy’s work, which was In collaboration with Cari Goetcheus and the UGA Cultural Landscape Laboratory, illustrates the relationships between the Great House, East and West Gardens, outbuildings and garden structures, areas of lawn to the south, and forested areas to the north. Portions of the flight follow the Potomac shoreline and hover above the Grist Mill and cliffs. Tommy, who is also a musician and president of the Athens’ Folk Music and Dance Society, added music to accompany the flight.

Click the image below to view all pages of this recent issue.  Enjoy!

Vol. XXXIII Summer 2020

 

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