The folder includes an information sheet, a features plan, a slide view plan, a slide list and a plant list.
The Barbara Hunt Crow Garden is a less than one acre garden in the Old Highland Park neighborhood in Dallas, Texas. It was established in 2001 and is comprised of multiple gardens rooms, including a cottage garden, a woodland garden, a shade garden, a stone terrace and two small meditation gardens. Prominent features of this garden include a large lawn in front of the house, high holly hedges, a large oak tree, perennial garden beds and a wide variety of plants suited for the Texas climate and soil.
This garden was redocumented in 2013 to show the addition of hte Peggy Martin Rose
Persons associated with the property include: Betty Presnall (landscape architect, 1999-2001), Kelly Johnston (landscape designer and project manager, 1999-2001), David Simpson (landscape designer of the rear terrace and fountain, 2001-2002), Lazaro Gialdi (stone mason of the rear terrace and fountain, 2002), Hillary Gant (horticulturist, 2002-2005), Helena Erickson (horticulturist, 2001-2003), Jimmy Turner (horticulturist, 2005-present), Chad and Emily Cauble (horticulturists, 2005-present) and Chip Clint (horticulturist, 1998-present).
Barbara Hunt Crow Garden related holdings consist of 2 folders (17 35 mm. slides (photographs) + 1 photographic print)
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