Video: 'How to see FLW's landscape designs'

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DavidC
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Video: 'How to see FLW's landscape designs'

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SDR
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A while back we saw a diagrammatic landscape plan said to be by Griffin; can anyone specify ? "Search" is now officially useless . . .

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Roderick Grant
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At 1:33 to1:57 there is a plan for the floral arc that wrapped around the east veranda of the DD Martin House, which one woman in the video says, "We don't know who made it," but which years ago a very well-informed DDM docent said at a presentation at Barnsdall that it was done by WBG. Perhaps more recent investigation has determined otherwise. But as Martha pointed out, the garden was so chockablock with every kind of plant that it probably would not have fared well.

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Thanks. Perhaps this Martin plan is the one I was thinking of . . .

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