Dutch “Garden” Genius Piet Oudolf’s 2010 Venice Biennial Garden

Piet Oudolf is a master plantsman and “gardener” and an acknowledged expert at the art of creating perennial gardens hence his plantings for James Corner’s award winning “High Line” in New York and Kathryn Gustafsons “Lurie Garden” in Chigago and numerous other famous plantings  in pubic and private gardens all over the world. Having been a disciple of his combinations of perennial plantings, his use of   grasses and favoring a “natural” approach to allowing the plants to reflect all the seasons not only the flowering time. Many of these principals and techniques we have over the last 10 years striven to translate ito native (indigenous) planting with South African species.

So it is with great delight we see his talents and artistry acknowledged by being invited to install a garden at the Venice 2010 Bienniel:

This short video reposted from LAND Reader reposted from The Institute of the 21st Century on Vimeo

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