Lynette Tsiang, a landscape designer who uses Asian design principles and plants to create New England gardens with echoes of the Far East, will present a slideshow presentation on Tuesday, March 2, beginning at 10 am at South Church, 41 Central Street in Andover, MA, featuring six unique garden areas of China. Attendees will vicariously visit the vernacular landscape of Jingxi (1130), considered a Chinese Venice, and will also examine six classical scholar gardens located in Suzhou. Design techniques unique to Chinese gardens will be discussed.
A graduate of the Landscape Institute of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Lynette Tsiang is a residential landscape designer who operates Lynette Tsiang Landscape Design in Lexington. She specializes in designing Asian-style, shade, and water gardens, and also designs public and memorial gardens.Â She is a member of The New England Landscape Design & the Community Outreach Group for Landscape Design (COGdesign).
This program is sponsored by the Andover Garden Club, and is free to Andover Garden Club members, and $5 for public admission.Â For more information, you may call 978-470-2627, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Â Directions to South Church may be found at www.southchurch.com.