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In the New York Times

John Lei for the New York Times

In the Garden

Vistas and Close-ups, Staged by a Filmmaker

Duncan Brine is a Landscape Designer with a Filmmaker’s Eye
by Anne Raver

“a dreamlike landscape”


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In Books

Gardens of the Hudson Valley

“The line between art and nature has never seemed so blurred as it is in the Brine Garden.”

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Gardens of the Hudson Valley and Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley

Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley

“Native Drama” – the GardenLarge chapter

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In Designer Plant Combinations

GardenLarge’s work is featured throughout this stimulating, inspirational book.

by Scott Calhoun

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Designer Plant Combinations by Scott Calhoun

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On the cover of
50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants

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50 Beautiful Deer Resistant Plants by Ruth Rogers Clausen


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In Newspapers / Magazines

Horticulture Magazine

A philosophy of “gardening large” instills a sense of personality and place.

by Carleen Madigan

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The Big Idea by Carleen Madigan in Horticulture Magazine

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In American Horticultural Society’s
The American Gardener

“A naturalistic garden combines a gardener’s needs and desires with nature’s dictates…. Designing naturalistic gardens is an art shaped by science.”

by GardenLarge Principal Landscape Designer, Duncan Brine

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The American Gardener Magazine

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In Hudson Valley Magazine

“In Duncan Brine’s big, beautiful garden, it’s hard to tell the difference between nature and nurture.”

by Lynn Hazlewood

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Hudson Valley Magazine: Best of the Hudson Valley

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In Connecticut Press

Articles from the Litchfield County Times’ Passport Magazine and the News-Times

by Tovah Martin and by Deb Keiser

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Elderberries in the Brine Garden
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In Ulster County’s Woodstock Times

“A unique vision and appreciation for the landscape have created drama on a six-acre Pawling property.”

by Andrea Barrist Stern

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Transparent branches in the Brine Garden

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