Hummelo

ISBN 13: 9781580934183

Hummelo

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""HUMMELO," is something of a biography, or as close to one as Oudolf would allow. Despite being such a well-known figure in the garden world, he is a self-contained fellow. Bringing the story back to this plot of land, reflecting the evolution and changes in both Oudolf's life and career, reinforces just how much he is a true plantsman, someone who delights in the variations and possibilities of propagating and growing."
--Kaufmann Mercantile's "Field Notes"

Written to commemorate Piet Oudolf s70th birthday, "Hummelo: A Journey Through aPlantsman s Life" recounts his path from a small-garden designerin the Netherlands to a world-renowned plantsman, best known for his breathtaking perenniallandscapes. But it is not a biography, stresses theauthor, Noel Kingsbury. It is a story of the evolutionof Oudolf s work, beginning with his garden nearthe village of Hummelo, and tracing the fluctuatingdesign processes that Oudolf himself believesshould be dismantled once learned.The book is organized chronologically, openingwith Oudolf s move from Haarlem, near Amsterdam, to a plot just outside Hummelo, where Oudolfsettled with his family for growing space andeventually a nursery for the perennial material thatwasn t readily available in the area. It then followshis growing success in Europe before his break inthe United States with Chicago s Lurie Garden andeventually the High Line in New York City.Accompanying Kingsbury s text are many photographstaken at differing scales, seasons, andstages of completion, highlighting the level ofdetail Oudolf invests in his landscapes. In additionto photographs, the book features noteworthypractices of Oudolf s, including planting arrangementsand techniques, which are broken downinto clear explanations of their historical contextand development. While his planting designshave evolved over the 30-some years covered inHummelo, a glance at any page reveals the beautyand composition that are recognizably Oudolf s.
"Landscape Architecture"
To celebrate the 70th birthday of Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf whose romantic drifts of painterly grasses and perennials have made him the most copied landscape designer alive The Monacelli Press is publishing a new book about his private garden. When garden designer Oudolf and his wife Anja moved with their two young sons to an eastern Netherlands farmhouse on a one-acre plot in 1982, there was no garden and no nursery where he could grow plants for his business. 'We had money to survive one year, ' remembers Oudolf. 'And at first we had no clients.' And no heat in the house except a wood stove.In"Hummelo," British garden writer Noel Kingsbury tells the story of how Oudolf and his wife managed, with hard work and her cut-flower business, to gradually create a garden that embodied the ideas of today's New Perennials movement. Along the way, Hummelo became so famous in its own right that the Oudolfs might wake up on any given day to find strangers tromping about (after the garden's much-photographed yew hedges died in 2010, some tourists from Brussels were so shocked and disappointed that without another word 'they got in their car and drove away, ' Oudolf says).
Gardenista
"HUMMELO," is something of a biography, or as close to one as Oudolf would allow. Despite being such a well-known figure in the garden world, he is a self-contained fellow. Bringing the story back to this plot of land, reflecting the evolution and changes in both Oudolf s life and career, reinforces just how much he is a true plantsman, someone who delights in the variations and possibilities of propagating and growing.
Kaufmann Mercantile's Field Notes
"

To mark his 70th birthday, Piet Oudolf, the Dutch prince of a new, highly artistic style of planting, produced a handsome, lavishly photographed book, "HUMMELO: A Journey Through a Plantsman s Life," a gift to all serious lovers of garden design. His farmhouse in Hummelo, a village in the eastern Netherlands, was the modest beginning of a nursery that eventually drew customers from around the world. Written by his frequent collaborator, Noel Kingsbury they also worked together on the indispensable "Planting: A New Perspective" "Hummelo" isn t a biography, but it does explain how the man who devised New York City s Battery and High Line gardens and Chicago s Lurie Garden did 'so much to raise the profile of landscape designers as a group.' It also sketches a fascinating history of modern Dutch gardening, largely unknown in the United States. If we truly want to heal the land, this important work is a model. And, in their adventurous, arresting, multilayered density, Oudolf s compositions are stunningly beautiful.
"The New York Times Book Review"
Written to commemorate Piet Oudolf s70th birthday, "Hummelo: A Journey Through aPlantsman s Life" recounts his path from a small-garden designerin the Netherlands to a world-renowned plantsman, best known for his breathtaking perenniallandscapes. But it is not a biography, stresses theauthor, Noel Kingsbury. It is a story of the evolutionof Oudolf s work, beginning with his garden nearthe village of Hummelo, and tracing the fluctuatingdesign processes that Oudolf himself believesshould be dismantled once learned.The book is organized chronologically, openingwith Oudolf s move from Haarlem, near Amsterdam, to a plot just outside Hummelo, where Oudolfsettled with his family for growing space andeventually a nursery for the perennial material thatwasn t readily available in the area. It then followshis growing success in Europe before his break inthe United States with Chicago s Lurie Garden andeventually the High Line in New York City.Accompanying Kingsbury s text are many photographstaken at differing scales, seasons, andstages of completion, highlighting the level ofdetail Oudolf invests in his landscapes. In additionto photographs, the book features noteworthypractices of Oudolf s, including planting arrangementsand techniques, which are broken downinto clear explanations of their historical contextand development. While his planting designshave evolved over the 30-some years covered inHummelo, a glance at any page reveals the beautyand composition that are recognizably Oudolf s.
"Landscape Architecture"
To celebrate the 70th birthday of Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf whose romantic drifts of painterly grasses and perennials have made him the most copied landscape designer alive The Monacelli Press is publishing a new book about his private garden. When garden designer Oudolf and his wife Anja moved with their two young sons to an eastern Netherlands farmhouse on a one-acre plot in 1982, there was no garden and no nursery where he could grow plants for his business. 'We had money to survive one year, ' remembers Oudolf. 'And at first we had no clients.' And no heat in the house except a wood stove.In"Hummelo," British garden writer Noel Kingsbury tells the story of how Oudolf and his wife managed, with hard work and her cut-flower business, to gradually create a garden that embodied the ideas of today's New Perennials movement. Along the way, Hummelo became so famous in its own right that the Oudolfs might wake up on any given day to find strangers tromping about (after the garden's much-photographed yew hedges died in 2010, some tourists from Brussels were so shocked and disappointed that without another word 'they got in their car and drove away, ' Oudolf says).
Gardenista
Illuminates the garden philosophy which led to the seemingly wild, native-plants-style creation of meadows and flowering plants which have riveted us all. The pictures, most of them by Oudolf, are evocative.
"Women's Wear Daily"
" HUMMELO," is something of a biography, or as close to one as Oudolf would allow. Despite being such a well-known figure in the garden world, he is a self-contained fellow. Bringing the story back to this plot of land, reflecting the evolution and changes in both Oudolf s life and career, reinforces just how much he is a true plantsman, someone who delights in the variations and possibilities of propagating and growing.
Kaufmann Mercantile's Field Notes
"

A "Publishers Weekly" Best Book of the Year
To mark his 70th birthday, Piet Oudolf, the Dutch prince of a new, highly artistic style of planting, produced a handsome, lavishly photographed book, "HUMMELO: A Journey Through a Plantsman s Life," a gift to all serious lovers of garden design. His farmhouse in Hummelo, a village in the eastern Netherlands, was the modest beginning of a nursery that eventually drew customers from around the world. Written by his frequent collaborator, Noel Kingsbury they also worked together on the indispensable "Planting: A New Perspective" "Hummelo" isn t a biography, but it does explain how the man who devised New York City s Battery and High Line gardens and Chicago s Lurie Garden did 'so much to raise the profile of landscape designers as a group.' It also sketches a fascinating history of modern Dutch gardening, largely unknown in the United States. If we truly want to heal the land, this important work is a model. And, in their adventurous, arresting, multilayered density, Oudolf s compositions are stunningly beautiful.
"The New York Times Book Review"
Written to commemorate Piet Oudolf s70th birthday, "Hummelo: A Journey Through aPlantsman s Life" recounts his path from a small-garden designerin the Netherlands to a world-renowned plantsman, best known for his breathtaking perenniallandscapes. But it is not a biography, stresses theauthor, Noel Kingsbury. It is a story of the evolutionof Oudolf s work, beginning with his garden nearthe village of Hummelo, and tracing the fluctuatingdesign processes that Oudolf himself believesshould be dismantled once learned.The book is organized chronologically, openingwith Oudolf s move from Haarlem, near Amsterdam, to a plot just outside Hummelo, where Oudolfsettled with his family for growing space andeventually a nursery for the perennial material thatwasn t readily available in the area. It then followshis growing success in Europe before his break inthe United States with Chicago s Lurie Garden andeventually the High Line in New York City.Accompanying Kingsbury s text are many photographstaken at differing scales, seasons, andstages of completion, highlighting the level ofdetail Oudolf invests in his landscapes. In additionto photographs, the book features noteworthypractices of Oudolf s, including planting arrangementsand techniques, which are broken downinto clear explanations of their historical contextand development. While his planting designshave evolved over the 30-some years covered inHummelo, a glance at any page reveals the beautyand composition that are recognizably Oudolf s.
"Landscape Architecture"
To celebrate the 70th birthday of Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf whose romantic drifts of painterly grasses and perennials have made him the most copied landscape designer alive The Monacelli Press is publishing a new book about his private garden. When garden designer Oudolf and his wife Anja moved with their two young sons to an eastern Netherlands farmhouse on a one-acre plot in 1982, there was no garden and no nursery where he could grow plants for his business. 'We had money to survive one year, ' remembers Oudolf. 'And at first we had no clients.' And no heat in the house except a wood stove.In"Hummelo," British garden writer Noel Kingsbury tells the story of how Oudolf and his wife managed, with hard work and her cut-flower business, to gradually create a garden that embodied the ideas of today's New Perennials movement. Along the way, Hummelo became so famous in its own right that the Oudolfs might wake up on any given day to find strangers tromping about (after the garden's much-photographed yew hedges died in 2010, some tourists from Brussels were so shocked and disappointed that without another word 'they got in their car and drove away, ' Oudolf says).
Gardenista
Illuminates the garden philosophy which led to the seemingly wild, native-plants-style creation of meadows and flowering plants which have riveted us all. The pictures, most of them by Oudolf, are evocative.
"Women's Wear Daily"
" HUMMELO," is something of a biography, or as close to one as Oudolf would allow. Despite being such a well-known figure in the garden world, he is a self-contained fellow. Bringing the story back to this plot of land, reflecting the evolution and changes in both Oudolf s life and career, reinforces just how much he is a true plantsman, someone who delights in the variations and possibilities of propagating and growing.
Kaufmann Mercantile's Field Notes
"

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An intimate look at the personal garden of the Dutch landscape designer renowned for his plantings at the High Line in New York City, and Lurie Garden at Chicago s Millennium Park.
Hummelo near the village of the same name in Gelderland in the eastern Netherlands is visited by thousands of gardeners seeking inspiration each year. It is Piet Oudolf s home, his personal garden laboratory, a former nursery run by his wife Anja, and the place where he first tested new designs and created the new varieties of perennials that are now widely available.
A follow-up to Oudolf s successful "Landscapes in Landscapes" "Hummelo" tells the story of how the garden has evolved over the past three decades since Oudolf, Anja, and their two young sons moved onto the property, with its loamy sand and derelict, wood stove-heated farmhouse, in 1982. Text by noted garden author and longtime personal friend Noel Kingsbury places Hummelo in context within gardening history, from The Netherlands counterculture and nascent green movement of the 1960s, to prairie restoration in the American Midwest, and shows how its development has mirrored that of Oudolf s own outstanding career and unique naturalistic aesthetic.
Oudolf has long been at the forefront of the Dutch Wave and New Perennial Style movements in garden design, which have ecological considerations at their base. His work stresses a deep knowledge of plants, eschewing short-lived annuals in favor of perennials that can be appreciated for both structure and blooms in every season. He is credited for leading the way to today s focus on sustainability in garden design.
The book will appeal to readers who favor beautiful, biodiverse, and ever-changing plantings: seed heads, grasses, sedges, and winter silhouettes. They will be drawn into its pages by lush photography, often demonstrating how Oudolf views his own work, and providing rare glimpses into his daily life. Short essays highlight important techniques, including scatter plants and matrix planting, and introduce other famed landscape designers Karl Foerster, Henk Gerritsen, Rob Leopold, Ernst Pagels, and Mien Ruys to create a full panorama of the movement Oudolf now leads."

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