Stonescaping - A Great Review from Bedford Magazine



Stonescaping - review by Jennifer Moore Stahlkrantz

I find the abundance of natural stone—the outcroppings, the ridges, the meandering walls—in our area just breathtaking.


If you’re drawn to it, as well, and looking to add dimension and resilience to your landscape, grab a copy of Mt. Kisco landscape designer Jan Johnsen’s new book The Spirit of Stone. Inside, she shows the many creative ways that stone and gravel can be used in a garden.


The tips and photos are inspiring. serenityinthegarden.blogspot.com.

To see this review go here: http://www.townvibe.com/Bedford/May-June-2017/Shout-OutsLate-Spring/

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  1. Stonescaping is a distinctive kind of hobby. I agree with you that these stones are amazing creation of God that naturally take some different form and enhance the beauty of nature.

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  2. Stonescaping is a fantastic blend of nature and manufacture and are great, natural looking additions to any landscape or garden! It's always fascinating to see how much can be done with a simple piece of stone to completely transform a space. Great post


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    1. I love that people want to get their work out there! stonework rocks!

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