Lincoln Road Entrance Planting Design | 2017
Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY
Digital drawing, native herbaceous plants. Approximately 3,000 square feet planted.
A large Prospect Park, Brooklyn entrance planting with a complex matrix of native perennial species and about 3,000 live plants installed. This entrance was selected for its location on the low-income side of the Park as a deliberate response to the uneven distribution of Park resources and services.
Pergola Entrance Planting Design
May 2017 | Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY
Digital drawing, woody and herbaceous plants. 2 planted beds of 45’x15’ each.
A combination of native and exotic shrubs, grasses and perennials as a greeting garden on the underserved side of the Park where homeless people are present on a regular basis almost year round.
Grand Army Entrance Planting
April 2018 | Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY
Digital drawing, shrubs, trees, herbaceous plants. Approximately 2,500 square feet planted
A large Prospect Park, Brooklyn entrance planting including masses of native groundcover edible blueberry shrubs. This young planting is adjacent to two pavilions that are favored by the homeless who are in full view near a wealthy neighborhood outside of the Park. The ornamental planting highlights paradoxical relations of class, drawing attention to the regular presence of the homeless intensely used Park Entrance.
Bartel-Pritchard Entrance Planting Design
October 2017 | Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY
Digital drawing, herbaceous plants, seeds. 90’x60’ planted beds on both sides of the entrance Drive.
A large Prospect Park, Brooklyn entrance planting with a complex matrix of twenty-nine native perennial species from live plants and direct seeding providing rich wildlife habitat and educational opportunities about local ecologies.