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Notes for a gardener

Magnolia Plaza and the Beaux Arts Administration Building at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Magnolia Plaza and the Beaux Arts Administration Building at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

In his talk at Plant-o-Rama, an annual event held at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on January 29 of this year, Darrel Morrison credited environmental psychologists Stephen and Rachel Kaplan with defining the four attributes that make a preferred landscape:  mystery, complexity, coherence, and legibility.

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