Architects may come and architects may go and never change your point of view.
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright created extensive gardens around the buildings he designed, according to garden writer Derek Fell in The Gardens of Frank Lloyd Wright.
“Wright considered the house and its landscape one organic whole…and gardened as innovatively and stylishly as he built,” says Mr. Fells, also a horticulturist and photographer.
Mr. Fells will give a talk on Wright’s gardens at his famous homes in Oak Park, Ill. and Fallingwater, Pa., as well as his Talliesin homes in Wisconsin and Arizona, April 24 at Bucks County Community College, room 142, Tyler Hall, 275 Swamp Rd., Newtown, Pa., followed by a tour of the formal gardens behind the 60-room mansion. (Tickets cost $15 — call 215-504-8500, ext. 6007.)