Tag: Judy Horton

Landscape designers weave  together a variety of elements

Landscape designers weave together a variety of elements

| May 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

Clear sunny skies and balmy breezes have returned, bringing burgeoning gardens and the move to outdoor living that is quintessentially Los Angeles. Read on to learn about local landscape designers who know the neighborhood and the ins and outs of Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) guidelines … and who can help you whip your outdoor […]

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Brookside, Sycamore Square and Wilshire Park gardens in full view

Brookside, Sycamore Square and Wilshire Park gardens in full view

| June 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) held its second Drought-Tolerant Garden Tour June 2, and after the success of the first tour, committee co-chairs Cathy Roberts and Julie Stromberg turned their sights to neighborhoods not featured in the 2016 tour: Brookside, Sycamore Square and Wilshire Park. “It was truly a lovely way to spend half […]

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Get a big impact from small gardens

Get a big impact from small gardens

| April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Small gardens can have a huge impact. Just ask garden designers Judy Horton and Libby Simon, who have crafted several front, and back, yards over the years. Three are on north Windsor Blvd. Like elsewhere throughout the city, the former broad lawns have been replaced with lush, native flora, favorites of bees and butterflies. Monarchs […]

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