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Edith Henderson papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA 30305. 404.814.4040. reference@atlantahistorycenter.com
Creator: Henderson, Edith, 1911-2005
Title: Edith Henderson papers
Dates: 1923-2005, undated
Quantity: 9.59 linear ft. (20 document cases and one oversize box)
Identification: ahc.MSS980

Biographical/Historical Note

Edith Harrison Henderson (1911-2005) was born June 9, 1911 in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 1934, she graduated from the famous Lowthorpe School of Landscape Architecture in Groton, Massachusetts. The school, which opened in 1901, was the first to train women in landscape architecture. Due to its affliliation with Simmons College, she also received a Bachelor of Science degree from Simmons in June 1934.

Upon receiving her degrees, Harrison moved back to Atlanta, where her family had located when she was a child. In 1936, she was appointed the Director of Rich's Garden Center and served in that capacity until 1938, when her landscape architecture practice became increasingly successful. The first civic project for the firm of Edith Harrison and Grace Campbell, Landscape Architects, was the beautification of Peachtree Street in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. In 1939, the architectural firm of Hentz, Adler and Shutze, selected Harrison's firm to develop a landscape plan for Clark Howell Homes, a federally-funded public housing project in Atlanta. Harrison married James Henderson the same year.

During her career, Henderson performed over 10,000 client consultations. For over 20 years, she wrote a 300-word weekly column for the Atlanta Journal/Constitution, which provided practical design advice to readers and featured a garden on which she had consulted. Henderson also wrote for Veranda and Southern Accents magazines and delivered lectures to garden clubs and civic groups. In 1958, Henderson worked with the state of Georgia to develop the Board of Landscape Architects of Georgia, which would issue licenses to landscape architects upon passing an examination.

In 1964, Henderson was named Atlanta's Woman of the Year. In 1971, she received the Oakleigh Thorne Medal for Excellence in Landscape Architecture from the Garden Club of America. In 1972, she received the Atlanta Civic Design Commission Award for Dedicated Service in the Development of Environmental Excellence. In 1990, she received an honorary Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design. Henderson had become a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects in 1955. In 1976, Harrison became the first woman in the history of the society to be elected an officer of the organization; she served as its vice-president. She later served as a member of the society's Board of Directors and as chair of the Council of Fellows. In 1993, Edith Henderson's Home Landscape Companion was published. Edith Harrison Henderson died on October 12, 2005.


Scope and Content Note

The bulk of this artificial collection consists of weekly articles Henderson wrote for the Atlanta Journal/Constitution that provided practical design advice to readers. The collection contains articles from 1942, 1943, and 1950-1977. The collection includes some original manuscripts. More frequently, however, the articles included here are copies of the published version from the Atlanta Journal/Constitution. Occasionally, both a manuscript and published version of the same article are available. Henderson's manuscripts are denoted EHH in the description inventory below. Copies of the published articles from the newspaper are denoted AJC.

In addition, the collection contains biographical information on Edith Harrison Henderson as well as information about her book, Edith Henderson's Home Landscape Companion. Four articles that Henderson wrote for Garden Gateways are included. The collection also contains landscape notebooks for several Atlanta area properties.


Arrangement

Box 1 of the collection contains biographical and professional information on Edith Harrison Henderson arranged alphabetically according to titles supplied by staff. Also included are Henderson's articles for Garden Gateways, undated articles, and articles by other garden writers. Boxes 2 through 13 contain Henderson's articles written for the Atlanta Journal/Constitution. These articles are grouped by month and are arranged in chronological order. Box 17 contains Henderson's landscape notebooks arranged alphabetically by client name. Boxes 18 through 20 are comprised of Henderson's appointment calendars arranged chronologically.


Index Terms

Clark Howell Homes (Atlanta, Ga.)
Gardens--Design
Henderson, Edith, 1911-2005
Landscape architects--Georgia
Landscape architecture--Georgia
Landscape gardening--Georgia
Women landscape architects--Georgia

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Edith Henderson papers, MSS 980, Cherokee Garden Library, Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center

Acquisition Information

Gifts, 1996, with subsequent additions.

Processing Information

Collection processed in 2008, with subsequent additions and revisions.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

This collection is open for research.

Restrictions on Use

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. All requests to publish, quote, or reproduce must be submitted through the Kenan Research Center.


Related Material

Edith Henderson visual arts materials, VIS 217, Cherokee Garden Library, Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center


Container List

 

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11Articles by other writers, undated
 
2Articles for Garden Gateways, 1978-1979
 
3Biographical articles about Edith Henderson by other writers, 1939-1997, undated
 
4Biographical information, 1993-1998
 
5Book publication information, 1993
 
6 Landscape design: a design workbook written for those who love their land by Edith Harrison Henderson (photocopy), 1992
 
7Lecture on landscape design for garden clubs, 1992
 
8Resume and career outline, 1934-1992
 

Location

MSS OS Box 4.424.1Three-ring binder, personalized with "Edith H. Henderson, Landscape Architect, Atlanta, Georgia", undated
 
9Undated articles by Edith Henderson
 

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21“Restraint in Your Cemetery Planting,” 11 January 1942 (AJC); “Making Ends Meet in Dreary Winter: Combine Flowers with Evergreen,” 25 January 1942 (AJC)
 
2“Unnecessary Items in General Garden Work are Checked Off,” 10 January 1943 (AJC); “Garden Catalogs Source of Delightful Winter Brain Fever,” 24 January 1943 (AJC)
 
3“Sweep Out the Old, Bring in the New,” 1 January 1950 (AJC); “Fences Net Privacy, Good Neighbors,” 8 January 1950 (AJC); “Trees Aren't Sacred, Especially Scrub Pines,” 15 January 1950 (AJC)
 
4“Build Retaining Wall to Check Erosion,” 22 January 1950 (AJC); “Leftover Corners Can't be Ignored,” 29 January 1950 (AJC); “Hands off Shrubs, Spring Will Come,” 7 January 1951 (AJC)
 
5“Isolationist no Boon to Garden Pattern,” 14 January 1951 (AJC); “One New Shrub Will Pep up Your Yard,” 21 January 1951 (AJC); “Put Vegetable Plot in Convenient Spot,” 28 January 1951 (AJC)
 
6“Schedule Those '52 Chores,” 6 January 1952 (AJC); “Hydrangeas Lighten Evergreen Planting,” 13 January 1952 (AJC); “Salvage Old Shrubs,” 21 January 1952 (AJC)
 
7“Plant the Front First,” 27 January 1952 (AJC); “Build Stout Support not a Flimsy Trellis,” 4 January 1953 (AJC); “Create Pretty View from Back Windows,” 11 January 1953 (AJC)
 
8“Planning is Important,” 18 January 1953 (AJC); “Home Area Privacy a Good Investment,” 25 January 1953 (AJC)
 
9“Different Plants Help Give Yard a New Lease,” 3 January 1954 (AJC); “Plant Shrubs Now for Quick Effect,” 10 January 1954 (AJC)
 
10“Plants Camouflage Winter Drabness,” 17 January 1954 (AJC); “Garden Picture Needs a Frame for Loveliness,” 24 January 1954 (AJC)
 
11“Design Will Tell of Coordination,” 2 January 1955 (AJC); “Plan the Year for Best Planting,” 9 January 1955 (AJC); “Study the State of Your Garden,” 23 January 1955 (AJC)
 
12“Excess Baggage,” 1 January 1956 (EHH); “Are You on Display,” 7 January 1956 (EHH); “Plant Privacy on Corner Lot,” 15 January 1956 (AJC)
 
13“What to Expect of Certain Shrubs,” 22 January 1956 (EHH); “When Mass Planting is a Must,” 29 January 1956 (EHH)
 
14“Give Your Home a Personal Finish,” 6 January 1957 (AJC); “Space is Important,” 13 January 1957 (EHH)
 
15“Your Garden,” 20 January 1957 (EHH); “Does Your Character Show?” 27 January 1957
 
16“Spot Improvements in Design,” 5 January 1958 (EHH); “Terraces-Side Areas-Front Walks-Parking Spaces,” 12 January 1958 (EHH)
 
17“Good Design is Valuable All Year Long,” 19 January 1958 (EHH); “Everyone's Desire for Beauty,” 26 January 1958 (EHH)
 
18“Names are not What They Seem!,” 3 January 1959 (EHH); “Beauty is a Year Round Thing,” 7 January 1959 (EHH)
 
19“Design for This in Between Month,” 14 January 1959 (EHH); “Is There a Design in Your Garden?,” 25 January 1959 (EHH)
 
20“Barefoot Holly' Just Plain Burford,” 3 January 1960 (page 2 only) (AJC); Ease the Transition of House to Garden,” 10 January 1960 (AJC); “A House and Garden Need an Introduction,” 13 January 1960 (EHH)
 
21“Evergreen Materials Warm up This Time of Year,” 20 January 1960 (EHH); “A Corner Lot is a Responsibility,” 24 January 1960 (EHH); “Let's Put the Garden at the Front Entrance,” 31 January 1960 (EHH)
 
22“This Season is Very Revealing,” 1 January 1961 (EHH); “Be Generous When Furnishing Outdoor Rooms,” 8 January 1961 (EHH); “Placement Can Mean Everything,” 15 January 1961 (EHH)
 
23“What Sort of a Design do You Have Now?,” 22 January 1961 (EHH); “Land is Transformed against its Will,” 29 January 1961 (EHH)
 
24“Winter Gardens are Full of Color,” 7 January 1962 (EHH); “Open Space Helps a City to Breathe,” 14 January 1962 (EHH)
 
25“A Good Design Plan Has Thought Behind It,” 21 January 1962 (EHH); “Feature Design in Small Sections,” 28 January 1962 (EHH)
 
26“Adventures in Color for the New Year,” 6 January 1963 (EHH); “Land Can be Molded to Fit Your Pattern,” 13 January 1963 (EHH)
 
27“Put a Garden in Your Plans,” 20 January 1963 (EHH); “The Setting of a Garden Means Success of Failure,” 27 January 1963 (EHH)
 
28“Follow a Guide to Good Gardening for the Year Nineteen Sixty-Four,” 5 January 1964 (EHH); “A Front Lawn Design is the Key to the House,” 10 January 1964 (EHH); “A Plain Functional Lot Can Become a Beauty,” 12 January 1964 (EHH)
 
29“Throw Out the Old and Try the New This Year,” 17 January 1964 (EHH); Useless Design Wastes Time and Money,” 19 January 1964 (EHH); “The Good and the Bad Show up in January,” 26 January 1964 (EHH)
 
30“Help Day by Day Living With Well Defined,” 3 January 1965 (EHH); “Flat Lots Allow Note,” 10 January 1965 (AJC); “Make Your Area Fresh, Vibrant,” 17 January 1965 (AJC)
 
31“Use Details of Wood and Stone for Winter Interest,” 24 January 1965 (EHH); “It Matters How You Come and Go in Your Garden,” 31 January 1965 (EHH)
 
32“Guard the Personality of Your House,” 2 January 1966 (EHH); “Guard a Home's Personality,” 9 January 1966 (AJC); “Reclaim the Land you Own,” 16 January 1966 (EHH)
 
33“In Praise of Evergreens,” 16 January 1966 (EHH); “Plan to Cut Baskets of Color in the Spring,” 23 January 1966 (EHH); “Fine Design Begins and Ends at the Front Door,” 30 January 1966 (EHH)
 
34Untitled (EHH); “Take a Break From People!” 1 January 1967 (AJC); “Light up Your New Year With Lanterns,” 8 January 1967 (EHH); “Check Your Plans for Sixty-Seven,” 15 January 1967 (EHH)
 
35“A Tree Ordinance is in the Mill!” 22 January 1967 (EHH); “Garden Shelters are for Lingering,” 29 January 1967 (EHH)
 
36“Do it Yourself Maintenance is the Best,” 7 January 1968 (EHH); “PLAN EXTRAS WISELY: Tame That Yard Before Upkeep Drives You Wild,” 7 January 1968 (AJC)
 
37“Clear the Clutter From Sixty-Eight,” 14 January 1968 (EHH); “CALM-LOOKING HOME: A Little Right Lie Won't Hurt,” 14 January 1968 (AJC)
 
38“Garden Kitchens Upstage the Kitchen Garden,” 21 January 1968 (EHH); “Bulbs First - Details Later,” 28 January 1968 (EHH); “IN PLANNING LAND, THAT IS: Some Guides on Proportion,” 28 January 1968 (AJC)
 
39“Outdoor Space is Pure Gold,” 5 January 1969 (EHH); “HURRY! Move Over World and Give Us Room,” 5 January 1969 (AJC); “Winter Privacy is an Asset,” 12 January 1969 (EHH); “Attractive Screen Adds Extra Touch,” 12 January 1969 (AJC)
 
40“Pull Plans Together With Color,” 19 January 1969 (EHH); “Put an Add-on Garden in Your Future,” 26 January 1969 (EHH); “Areas Should be Designed for Future Garden Growth,” 26 January 1969 (AJC)
 
41“The Year's Siftings,” 4 January 1970 (EHH); “Overhaul Your Plans for a Better Life This Year,” 11 January 1970 (EHH); “1970 is Year to Start That Landscaping Project,” 11 January 1970 (AJC)
 
42“Winter Construction Pays Off in Summer,” 18 January 1970 (EHH); “Lay Out Your Garden Now While it's Bare and Boney,” 18 January 1970 (AJC); “Pollution is a Popular Word,” 25 January 1970 (EHH)
 
43“Shut the Garden Gate on the Whole World” (typed in reverse) 3 January 1971 (EHH); “ENHANCES AREA: Install a Fence to Curb Traffic Through Yard,” 3 January 1971 (AJC)
 
44“There is Beauty in the Shade,” 10 January 1971 (EHH); “STANDARDS GIVE ANSWER: Beauty in Constant Shade Will Enhance With Years,” 10 January 1971 (AJC)
 
45“Plan for a Better Environment,” 17 January 1971 (EHH); “USE THE SPACE YOU HAVE: Plan for a Living Screen and Have Utility, Beauty,” 17 January 1971 (AJC)
 
46“Design and Construct Your Own Garden Details,” 24 January 1971 (EHH); “You and Plants are Kissin' Kin,” 31 January 1971 (EHH); “Nature is Best Teacher on How to Plant Trees,” 31 January 1971 (AJC)
 
47“Plant a Green World Around You,” 2 January 1972 (EHH); “VALUABLE ASSET: It's Time for Evergreens to Stand up, be Counted,” 2 January 1972 (AJC)
 
48“People are a Part of a Useful Design,” 9 January 1972 (EHH); “Office Building Designing Sets Pace in Landscaping,” 9 January 1972 (AJC)
 
49“The Right Plant in the Right Place Makes the Difference,” 16 January 1972 (EHH); “Choose Plants in Harmony With Yourself, Your Home,” 16 January 1972 (AJC)
 
50“LANDSCAPE DESIGN: Let Plants Grow Naturally to Cut Maintenance Bother,” 23 January 1972 (AJC); “You are Welcomed by a Beautiful Entrance,” 30 January 1972 (EHH)
 
51“A Small Corner Can be a Focal Point,” 7 January 1973 (EHH); “Triangles, Shelves, Circles Make Fine Composition,” 7 January 1973 (AJC); “There is a Green Present at an Intersection Near You,” 14 January 1973 (EHH)
 
52“Plan Now to Heal Those Scars,” 21 January 1973 (EHH); “STUBBY GROWTH BEST: Message of the Ice Storm: Replace Those Weak Trees,” 21 January 1973 (AJC); “Green up the Land With a Fine Choice of Plants,” 28 January 1973 (EHH)
 
53“Winter Bone Structure in the Garden Tells All,” 6 January 1974 (EHH); “Garden Skeleton Shows up Now,” 6 January 1974 (AJC); “Spring Always Comes,” 13 January 1974 (EHH)
 
54“That Dream House Needs a Solid Plan,” 20 January 1974 (EHH); “An Old Plan Can Come to Life Again,” 27 January 1974 (EHH); “Don't Let Old Boxwood Bury an Elegant Design,” 27 January 1974 (AJC)
 

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31“A Fine Design is the Result of Clever Handling,” 5 January 1975 (EHH); “There's Always a Solution for Landscape Problems,” 5 January 1975 (AJC)
 
2“Drive Straight to the Focal Point for Best Results,” 12 January 1975 (EHH); “Direct Drive Needs Setting,” 12 January 1975 (AJC); “Create Your Own Garden Details,” 19 January 1975 (EHH)
 
3“Winter Gardens are for Everyone,” 26 January 1975 (EHH); “IDEAL TWOSOME: Greenhouse, Slat House Complementary in Garden,” 26 January 1975 (AJC)
 
4“Think Spring - Then Plan Ahead,” 4 January 1976 (EHH); “Planned Design Can Accomplish Miracles,” 11 January 1976 (EHH); “Use Plants With Care, Watch Miracle Happen,” 11 January 1976 (AJC)
 
5“Outdoor Designs Must be Weatherproof,” 18 January 1976 (EHH); “Winter Bares Basics in Your Yard's Design,” 18 January 1976 (AJC)
 
6“Focus in on a Fine Focal Point,” 25 January 1976 (EHH); “Focus on Focal Point; Let it Complement Yard,” 25 January 1976 (AJC)
 
7“Fences Can be Barricades or Blessings,” 2 January 1977 (EHH); “Fence is 'Plus' if Done Well,” 2 January 1977 (AJC)
 
8“Conifers Enrich Any Plan,” 9 January 1977 (EHH); “Try a Variety of Evergreens,” 9 January 1977 (AJC)
 
9“The Green Stuff Can Take You Over,” 16 January 1977 (EHH); “Ground Cover, Bricks Can Replace Grass,” 16 January 1977 (AJC)
 
10“Existing Trees are Ready and Willing,” 23 January 1977 (EHH); “Leave Trees Alone When Developing,” 23 January 1977 (AJC)
 
11“Native Evergreens Defy the Cold Weather,” 30 January 1977 (EHH); “MAKE PROPER CHOICE: Evergreens Defy Cold Snap,” 30 January 1977 (AJC)
 
12“Enclose the Garden and Live Around It,” 1 January 1978 (EHH); “Enclose Your Garden and Live Around It,” 1 January 1978 (AJC)
 
13“REMOVE THE CLUTTER: Start With Sound Basic Plan; Trim, Don't Butcher, Plants,” 8 January 1978 (AJC); “Plant and Build for Privacy,” 15 January 1978 (EHH); “Plants Help Block View,” 15 January 1978 (AJC)
 
14“Design Jewels are Found in Small Places,” 22 January 1978 (EHH); “SMALL BLESSINGS: Proper Planting of Tiny Area Replaces Chaos With Order,” 22 January 1978 (AJC)
 
15“Does Winter Show the Good or Poor Design?” 29 January 1978 (EHH); “WINTER BARES ALL: If Yard Looks Handsome Now, Design Must be Successful,” 29 January 1978 (AJC)
 
16“Plans and Planting: Use of Color,” 8 February 1942 (AJC); “Evergreen Foliage Sets the Stage for Your Garden: With Winter Green the South is Abundant,” 21 February 1943 (AJC)
 
17“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Let Pretty Plants Replace Ugly Clutter,” 5 February 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: 10-Mile Hike Cuts Fun From Cooking Out,” 12 February 1950 (AJC)
 
18“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Frustrated Shrubs Sulk, Go Zig-Zag,” 19 February 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: House Smothered Shrubs Sends SOS for Oxygen,” 26 February 1950 (AJC)
 
19“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Ban Garbage Can From Terrace Party,” 4 February 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Proper Focal Points Mean Added Charm to a Small Lot,” 11 February 1951 (AJC)
 
20“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Overdose of Shrubs Makes Lawn Suffer,” 18 February 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Too Many Colors, Textures Ruin Design,” 25 February 1951 (AJC)
 
21“Group Irises, Daylilies: SCATTER YOUR DAFFODILS,” 3 February 1952 (AJC); “Give Them Semi-Shade: MAKE AZALEAS HAPPY,” 10 February 1952 (AJC)
 
22“LANDSCAPING: Rented Property Reclaimed,” 17 February 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Use Groups of Color in Wide Open Spaces,” 24 February 1952 (AJC)
 
23“Lesson on Landscape: DON'T BE TOO ORIGINAL,” 1 February 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Color is Powerful, Handle it Carefully,” 8 February 1953(AJC)
 
24“Lesson on Landscaping: START CAMPAIGN QUICKLY AGAINST BARE BACKYARD,” 15 February 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Take a Critical Look at Back Yard Area,” 22 February 1953 (AJC)
 
25“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Unwise Planting Caused by Spring,” 7 February 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Islands of Pines Cut Down Work,” 14 February 1954 (AJC)
 
26“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Careful Combining Means New Beauty,” 21 February 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Too Many Workers Endanger Project,” 28 February 1954 (AJC)
 
27“What Not to Do,” 6 February 1955 (EHH); “The Evergreen Picture,” 13 February 1955 (EHH); “Winter Causes Notice to Focus,” 13 February 1955 (AJC)
 
28“House Needs Character Building,” 20 February 1955 (EHH); “Little Planting Goes a Long Way,” 27 February 1955 (EHH)
 
29“A Reason for Planting at All,” 5 February 1956 (EHH); “Let's not Rush It!” 12 February 1956 (EHH)
 
30“Terraces,” 19 February 1956 (EHH); “The Color You Can Have This Summer,” 28 February 1956 (EHH)
 
31“Companions for the Flower Border,” 3 February 1957 (EHH); “Special Summer Fun Coming Up,” 10 February 1957 (EHH)
 
32“How to 'Create' Illusion of Space,” (page 2 only) 17 February 1957 (EHH); “How to 'Create' Illusion of Space,” 17 February 1957 (AJC); “Open and Shut Areas,” 24 February 1957 (EHH)
 
33“The House on the Hill,” 2 February 1958 (EHH); “The House Under the Hill,” 9 February 1958 (EHH)
 
34“Scattered Beauty,” 16 February 1958 (EHH); “Color,” 23 February 1958 (EHH); “Prepare Garden for Spring, Design Colorful Planting,” 23 February 1958 (AJC)
 
35“How to Dress up a Plain House,” 1 February 1959 (EHH); “Build Into Landscape Several Areas of Design,” 8 February 1959 (AJC)
 
36“Things We Should not do,” 15 February 1959 (EHH); “Adapt the Design to the Family,” 22 February 1959 (EHH)
 
37“It's Time to do Your Paper Work on Color Combinations,” 7 February 1960 (EHH); “Give a Good Design Plenty of Space to be Seen,” 14 February 1960 (EHH)
 
38“Do You Have Delusions of Grandeur? Or Don't Expect the Impossible,” 21 February 1960 (EHH); “Good Designs Come in Small Packages,” 28 February 1960 (EHH)
 
39“We Plan a Flower Bed,” 5 February 1961 (EHH); “How to Solve the Front Door Traffic Trap,” 12 February 1961 (EHH)
 
40“There is a Piece of Forgotten Land Out Front,” 19 February 1961 (EHH); “How do Roadsides Look Around Your Town?” 26 February 1961 (EHH)
 
41“Let's not Design the Obvious,” 4 February 1962 (EHH); “There are Hazards in the Landscape,” 11 February 1962 (EHH)
 
42“Plant Green Islands Wherever You Can,” 18 February 1962 (EHH); “Get Out Your Springtime Check List!” 25 February 1962 (EHH)
 
43“Lots and Designs Come in All Shapes and Sizes,” 3 February 1963 (EHH); “A Garden is a Room,” 10 February 1963 (EHH)
 
44“Block Out Bad Views With Good Features,” 17 February 1963 (EHH); “A Simple Design is a Beautiful Thing,” 24 February 1963 (EHH)
 
45“The Beginner Wants to Know!” 2 February 1964 (EHH); “Harmonize Colors of House and Plant Material,” 9 February 1964 (EHH)
 
46“Plants are Willing and Able to Follow a Pattern,” 16 February 1964 (EHH); “T.L.C. is Prescribed for Your Home Grounds,” 23 February 1964 (EHH)
 
47“Do You Lead a Shady Garden Life-Or a Sunny One?” 7 February 1965 (EHH); “Plants are Useful Tools in the Landscape,” 14 February 1965 (EHH)
 
48“Trees are Architectural Detail,” 21 February 1965 (EHH); “Gardeners are Blue Ribbon Citizens,” 28 February 1965 (EHH)
 
49“Think Green for Winter,” 6 February 1966 (EHH); “Know the Land You are Working With,” 13 February 1966 (EHH); “Learn About Your Lot's Soil,” 13 February 1966 (AJC)
 
50“Alert Citizens Enrich a City (About Small Parks),” 20 February 1966 (EHH); [Untitled], 27 February 1966 (EHH)
 
51“Gardens are Always Within Reach,” 5 February 1967 (EHH); “In and Out Colors are the Answer,” 12 February 1967 (EHH)
 
52“The Right Kind of Design Makes the Difference,” 19 February 1967 (EHH); “Front Doors Can be More Than That,” 26 February 1967 (EHH)
 
53“Winter Balance Requires Careful Planning,” 4 February 1968 (EHH); “Ol' Man Winter Just Hates Yards He Can't Smash Up,” 4 February 1968 (AJC)
 
54“The Quiet Life is not for Free,” 11 February 1968 (EHH); “The Hilly Curtain: Your Key to Quiet,” 11 February 1968 (AJC)
 
55“February Gets us Ready for Spring,” 18 February 1968 (EHH); “February Gray? Maybe It's You,” 18 February 1968 (AJC)
 
56“Good Ideas are There for the Thinking,” 25 February 1968 (EHH); “Use Imagination-It Won't Go 'Way,” 25 February 1968 (AJC)
 

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41“How to Maintain the Place and Like it,” 2 February 1969 (EHH); “New Plants are Ready for New Designs,” 9 February 1969 (EHH); “Try Some Unusual Plants for Spring Landscaping,” 9 February 1969 (AJC)
 
2“Post and Steps do not Transplant Well,” 16 February 1969 (EHH); “Wider Driveways Often Necessary,” 16 February 1969 (AJC)
 
3“Beauty Begins at Home,” 23 February 1969 (page 2 missing) (EHH); “Plan Buildings for Beauty to Stay,” 23 February 1969 (AJC)
 
4“The Outside and the Inside Come in One Package,” 1 February 1970 (EHH); “Right Planting Key to Beauty,” 1 February 1970 (AJC)
 
5“Hillsides Have Problems,” [typed in reverse], 8 February 1970 (EHH); “PLANNED PLANTINGS: Steep Slopes do Present Problems,” 8 February 1970 (AJC)
 
6“Spring Tells All,” 15 February 1970 (EHH); “In Spring It's Time to Dream of Beauty for Garden Area,” 15 February 1970 (AJC); “House and Grounds are Joint Designs,” 22 February 1970 (EHH)
 
7“Get the Jump on Spring,” 7 February 1971 (EHH); “Plan Ahead for Spring's Flowering Hanging Baskets,” 7 February 1971 (AJC)
 
8“Rescue a Pocket of Green,” 14 February 1971 (EHH); “Be a Good Neighbor and Screen the View,” 21 February 1971 (EHH); “Shield Eyesores With Fencing, Shrubs,” 21 February 1971 (AJC)
 
9“Maintenance Need not be a Burden,” 6 February 1972 (EHH); “NO BEAUTY TO COMPARE: Maintenance no Burden When House, Lot Blend,” 6 February 1972 (AJC)
 
10“Build or Plant for Privacy,” 13 February 1972 (EHH); “A Good Design Can Make a Big Difference,” 20 February 1972 (EHH); “Good Design Can Make the Difference,” 20 February 1972 (AJC)
 
11“Use Fine Plants for a Finer Design,” 27 February 1972 (EHH); “With Spring Around Corner Take Look at New Plants,” 27 February 1972 (AJC)
 
12“Build Instant Hills and Valleys for More Privacy,” 4 February 1973 (EHH); “Build a Beautiful Hill: The Land, Too, Can be Arranged,” 4 February 1973 (AJC)
 
13“The Curved Line is Nature's Way,” 11 February 1973 (EHH); “No Square Corners: Nature Flows in Beauty, Has Undulating Lines,” 11 February 1973 (AJC)
 
14“A Paper Plan is the Best Way to Begin,” 18 February 1973 (EHH); “Garden Structure Needs Fine Setting,” 18 February 1973 (AJC)
 
15“Stop While You are Ahead,” 25 February 1973 (EHH); “Some Tips on Evergreen Planning,” 25 February 1973 (AJC)
 
16“Look at Design Problems From a Distance,” 3 February 1974 (EHH); “Design Problems Clear if Viewed From Afar,” 3 February 1974 (AJC)
 
17“The Sun and the Shade are Free,” 10 February 1974 (EHH); “Sun, Shade are Keys to Attractive Yard Design,” 10 February 1974 (AJC); “Settle the House on a Steady Pad,” 17 February 1974 (EHH)
 
18“All Units of a Plan Should be at Their Best Now,” 24 February 1974 (EHH); “Elements of Yard Plan Should be Clear Now,” 24 February 1974 (AJC)
 
19“A Complete Plan Works In Winter and Summer,” 2 February 1975 (EHH); “Complete Plan Enjoyed by All,” 2 February 1975 (AJC); “A Terrace by the Door Says Welcome,” 9 February 1975 (EHH)
 
20“Hillside Plans are Needed in This Area,” 16 February 1975 (EHH); “Solve the Difficult Spots First,” 23 February 1975 (EHH); “Hillside Planning is Key,” 23 February 1975(AJC)
 
21“It is no Fun to Hunt for Front Door,” 1 February 1976 (EHH); “Make Entry Easy to Find,” 1 February 1976 (AJC); “Use an Evergreen Frame for Your Growing Picture,” 8 February 1976 (AJC)
 
22“The House and Land Belong Together,” 15 February 1976 (AJC); “Planned Communities are Delightful Living,” 22 February 1976 (EHH); “Early Planning Adds to Beauty,” 22 February 1976 (AJC)
 
23“Plant and Build Your Own Creation,” 29 February 1976 (EHH); “Plan Project Before Start,” 29 February 1976 (AJC)
 
24“Beauty Comes in Many Shapes and Sizes,” 6 February 1977 (EHH); “Plants as Art: Forget Round Shrubbery,” 6 February 1977 (AJC)
 
25“Winter Reveals All,” 13 February 1977 (EHH); “Winter Bares All: Work on Proportions Now,” 13 February 1977 (AJC)
 
26“Stand Behind a Good Design,” 20 February 1977 (EHH); “Plants, Fences: Choose Right Screen First,” 20 February 1977 (AJC)
 
27“Use Every Season in Your Plan,” 27 February 1977 (EHH); “Take Advantage: Every Season is Useful,” 27 February 1977 (AJC)
 
28“EDITH H. HENDERSON SAYS: There are No Iron-Clad Rules in Arrangements,” 8 March 1942 (AJC); “EDITH H. HENDERSON ADVISES:” 22 March 1942 (AJC)
 
29"LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Some Shrubs Born With 'It,' Others Never Get 'It,'" 5 March 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Stepchild Deserves Better Treatment,” 12 March 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Fancy Shapes Strut in Georgia's Colorful Spring Fashion Show,” 19 March 1950 (AJC)
 
30“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Yellow Trumpet Vine Can do Great Things for Back Door Morale,” 26 March 1950 (AJC); "LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Clear the Stage for Spring," 4 March 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Flowering Shrubs Best in Big Groups,” 11 March 1951 (AJC)
 
31“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Flowering Trees do Good Camouflage Job,” 18 March 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Wide Eaves Cause Planting Problem,” 25 March 1951 (AJC)
 
32“MAKE YOUR HOUSE LOOK DIFFERENT,” 9 March 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Terrace Helps You Enjoy the Outdoors,” 16 March 1952 (AJC)
 
33“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Pretty Plants Due to Proper Pruning,” 23 March 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Buy Bright Costume for Spring Garden,” 30 March 1952 (AJC)
 
34“Lesson on Landscaping: GET READY FOR SPRING,” 1 March 1953 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: SOME PLANTS 'SOLOISTS,' OTHERS NEED COMPANY,” 8 March 1953 (AJC)
 
35“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Outdoor Decorating Has Many Pitfalls,” 22 March 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: List Blooming Dates of Flowers, Shrubs,” 29 March 1953 (AJC)
 
36“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Evergreen Shrubs Boon to New Home,” 7 March 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Small Home Owner Must be Choosy,” 21 March 1954 (AJC)
 
37“FOR RICH FOLIAGE: Get Acquainted With New Plants,” 28 March 1954 (AJC)
 
38“When Plants Begin to Flower,” 6 March 1955 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Are You Picking Wrong Colors?” 6 March 1955 (AJC)
 
39“LANDSCAPE LESSON: Plan Bulbs While They Bloom,” 13 March 1955 (AJC); “Entrances are Invitations,” 19 March 1955 (EHH); “Divide up Your Projects,” 27 March 1955 (EHH)
 
40“The Forgotten Side of a House,” 4 March 1956 (EHH); “Enclosures Mean Everything,” 11 March 1956 (EHH)
 
41“Approaching Front Doors From the Side,” 18 March 1956 (EHH); “Do the Most With What You Have,” 25 March 1956 (EHH)
 
42“In Order of Importance,” 3 March 1957 (EHH); “Be Prepared for Spring,” 10 March 1957 (EHH); “Summer Plans for Terraces,” 17 March 1957 (EHH)
 
43“Bulbs Should be Choosy,” 24 March 1957 (EHH); “Spring Madness Has Arrived,” 31 March 1957 (EHH)
 
44“The Ground Work Counts,” 2 March 1958 (EHH); “Specific Problems,” 9 March 1958 (EHH); “Quality Plant Material,” 16 March 1958 (EHH)
 
45“Color Can be Confusing to Designing Gardener,” 23 March 1958 (AJC); “Old Material Used Different Ways,” 30 March 1958 (EHH)
 
46“Beautiful Steps Can Stand Alone,” 1 March 1959 (AJC); “Shake Off Rules and Enjoy Your Garden,” 8 March 1959 (EHH)
 
47“The Spring Push is Upon Us,” 15 March 1959 (EHH); “It's All in Your Point of View!” 22 March 1959 (EHH); “How is the View From Next Door?” 29 March 1959 (EHH)
 
48“Never See a Whole Design All at Once,” 6 March 1960 (EHH); “Make the Driveway Come to You,” 13 March 1960 (EHH)
 
49“Come On Atlanta! Let's Have a Show!” 20 March 1960 (EHH); “There are Hazards in Building and Planning ,” 27 March 1960 (EHH)
 
50“What Future Plans do You Have for Your Garden?” 5 March 1961 (EHH); “The Right Setting Means Everything,” 12 March 1961 (EHH)
 
51“Flowering Shrubs are a Design's Spring Outfit,” 19 March 1961 (EHH); “A Fine Feature is Worth its Weight in Gold,” 21 March 1961 (EHH); “A Succession of Bloom Can Carry You Through,” 26 March 1961 (EHH)
 
52“Outside Areas Should Have Good Balance and Proportion,” 4 March 1962 (EHH); “A Patio is Surrounded by Privacy,” 11 March 1962 (EHH)
 
53“If You are a Gardener in a Hurry,” 18 March 1962 (EHH); “The Spring Show Has Begun,” 24 March 1962 (EHH); “How to Plant a Beautiful Wall,” 25 March 1962 (EHH)
 
54“Gardens Need to be Lived in,” 3 March 1963 (EHH); “How to Get Away From the Edging Habit,” March 10 1963 (EHH)
 
55“There May be a Gold Mine in Your Garden,” 17 March 1963 (EHH); “Gardeners and Plants Have Habits All Their Own,” 31 March 1963 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE DESIGN: Look at Weeping Willow,” 31 March 1963 (AJC)
 
56“Wrap up Your House With a Good Design,” 1 March 1964 (EHH); “Warm up Your Garden With Wood,” 8 March 1964 (EHH)
 
57“On Seeking a Different Solution,” 15 March 1964 (EHH); “Look Ahead and Plan!” 22 March 1964 (EHH); “Use Flowering Trees for a Succession of Bloom,” 29 March 1964 (EHH)
 
58“Outside Design Deserves More Than Leftovers,” 7 March 1965 (EHH); “A Touch of Personality Helps a Plan,” 14 March 1965 (EHH)
 
59“There is No Short Cut to Good Design,” 21 March 1965 (EHH); “Plan the Whole Lot for Best Results,” 28 March 1965 (EHH)
 
60“A Garden Needs Privacy,” 6 March 1966 (EHH); “A Garden Can Fit Anywhere,” 13 March 1966 (EHH)
 
61“Prescription for Spring: A Dash of Color,” 20 March 1966 (EHH); “This Designing World Cares About You,” 27 March 1966 (EHH)
 

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51“Shady Streets are Coming Back,” 5 March 1967 (EHH); “The Driveway is a Problem Child,” 12 March 1967 (EHH)
 
2“Design Choice Details at a Distance,” 19 March 1967 (EHH); “Front Lawns are not Necessary,” 26 March 1967 (EHH)
 
3“How to Go on a Garden Tour,” 3 March 1968 (EHH); “Garden Tour? Plot Your Own Course,” 3 March 1968(AJC)
 
4“Don't Look Now-But You are the Yard Man,” 10 March 1968 (EHH); “Clean House Outdoors, Too,” 10 March 1968 (AJC)
 
5“A House and Lot Must be the Best of Friends,” 17 March 1968 (EHH); “Trees a Clue: House Declares War on Yard,” 17 March 1968 (AJC); “Learn the Art of Walking Again,” 24 March 1968 (EHH)
 
6“Look Ma! Trees!” 31 March 1968 (EHH); “Greenery in the City: There's a Plant for Every Problem---Just Look Around,” 31 March 1968 (AJC)
 
7“Instant Gardening has Arrived,” 2 March 1969 (EHH); “Leisure Time Can Open Nature's Doors,” 9 March 1969 (EHH); “Looking for a New Hobby? Ecology Study Fascinating,” 9 March 1969 (AJC)
 
8“Add a Treasure to Your Garden,” 16 March 1969 (EHH); “Take a Break Between the Seasons and Give Yourself a Nice Present,” 16 March 1969 (AJC)
 
9“Shape up the Old to Look Like New,” 23 March 1969 (EHH); “Study Each Vantage Point of Your New-Old House,” 23 March 1969 (AJC)
 
10“Gardens Need Strong Backbones,” March 30 1969 (EHH); “Design Carefully: Let Garden Area Delight the Eye,” 30 March 1969 (AJC)
 
11“There is a Garden Feature in Your Life,” 1 March 1970 (EHH); “Plan Pleasant Settings for Your Favorite Plants,” 1 March 1970 (AJC); “The Bones of a Garden Show in Winter,” 8 March 1970 (EHH)
 
12“When a Community Cares,” 15 March 1970 (EHH); “The Key: Caring: Try a Positive Approach to Beautify Neighborhood,” 15 March 1970 (AJC)
 
13“Work Out a Floor Plan for Your Outdoor Home,” 22 March 1970 (EHH); “Make Design Fit Your Needs,” 22 March 1970 (AJC)
 
14“Let's Break Planting Habits for a Better Design Plan,” 29 March 1970 (EHH); “Poor Stereotypes Abound: Don't Misuse Plants in Sad Designs,” 29 March 1970 (AJC)
 
15“Create a Splash of Color This Spring,” 1 March 1971 (EHH); “Problems are Solved by the Right Kind of Plant,” 7 March 1971 (EHH); “Planning Helps: Everything in Its Place is a Formula for Beauty,” 7 March 1971 (AJC)
 
16“How Firm a Foundation!” 14 March 1971 (EHH); “Don't Crowd a House: Indian Trails on Ledges Just Won't Do for a Yard,” 14 March 1971 (AJC)
 
17“Spotlight Your Color With a Perfect Location,” 21 March 1971 (EHH); “A Corner of Privacy Means a New Lease on Life,” 28 March 1971 (EHH); “Precious Corner of Privacy Means New Lease on Life,” 28 March 1971 (AJC)
 
18“There Can be an Indoor Garden in Your Future,” 5 March 1972 (EHH); “Live in the Garden All Year With Atrium in New House,” 5 March 1972 (AJC)
 
19“Outdoor Living is About to Begin,” 12 March 1972 (EHH) “Outdoor Terrace Delights When Tailored for Space,” 12 March 1972 (AJC)
 
20“Learn to Plant for Peace and Tranquility,” 19 March 1972 (EHH) “Plants Capture Tranquility as Madding Beat Goes on,” 19 March 1972 (AJC)
 
21“The Plan Can Solve the Maintenance,” 26 March 1972 (EHH); “Neat Design Never Dull, Removes Wishing Later,” 26 March 1972 (AJC)
 
22“Grow and Build a Handsome Curtain,” 4 March 1973 (EHH); “A Fine View is a Priceless Asset,” 11 March 1973 (EHH); “Planning Turns View to Triumph,” 11 March 1973 (AJC)
 
23“Add on a New Outdoor Room,” 18 March 1973 (EHH); “Good Plans Possible: Low Fence, Wall or Hedge Gives Feeling of Privacy,” 18 March 1973 (AJC)
 
24“A Happy Plant Will Let You Know It,” 25 March 1973 (EHH); “Choosing, Using Plants: Don't Fight the Sun, Don't Fight the Shade,” 25 March 1973 (AJC)
 
25“A Plan is as Good as Its Plants,” 3 March 1974 (EHH); “Different Plant Shapes Add Interest to Design'” 3 March 1974 (AJC); “A Close up View Needs Fine Detail,” 10 March 1974 (EHH)
 
26“When Too Close for Comfort Block the View,” 17 March 1974 (EHH); “Use the Unusual for a Focal Point,” 24 March 1974 (EHH); “Remove Trim, Reveal Beauty,” 24 March 1974 (AJC)
 
27“The Garden is Ready to Get to Work,” 2 March 1975 (EHH); “Outdoor Privacy is for Everyone,” 9 March 1975 (EHH); “Little Gardens are Very Special,” 16 March 1975 (EHH)
 
28“Peace and Tranquility Can be Planted,” 23 March 1975 (EHH); “No, You Can't Purchase Atmosphere in Bottle,” 23 March 1975 (AJC)
 
29“Ivy Has Millions of Friends,” 30 March 1975 (EHH); “Ivy is Friend or Foe, Depending on Control,” 30 March 1975 (AJC
 
30“Avoid a Few Traps and Live a Relaxed Life,” 7 March 1976 (EHH); “Avoid Certain Traps, Enjoy Better Terrace,” 7 March 1976 (AJC)
 
31“The Small Garden is a Success Story,” 14 March 1976 (EHH); “Small Garden is 'Living' Room,” 14 March 1976 (AJC)
 
32“Make Friends With a Woodland,” 21 March 1976 (EHH); “Let Woods Breathe; Everything is Better,” 21 March 1976 (AJC)
 
33“A Fine Basic Plan Can Take it Alone,” 28 March 1976 (EHH); “Stick to Design Priorities,” 28 March 1976 (AJC)
 
34“The Queen of Shrubs is a Plan's Delight,” 6 March 1977 (EHH); “Rich Touch: Treat Boxwood With Care,” 6 March 1977 (AJC)
 
35“Small Areas Can be Spacious,” 13 March 1977 (EHH); “Built-in Privacy: Compact Plan Shines,” 13 March 1977 (AJC)
 
36“When the Public is Your Jury,” 20 March 1977 (EHH); “Check it Out! Proportion, Color are Key to Looks,” 20 March 1977 (AJC)
 
37“Plants and Bricks Have Much in Common,” 27 March 1977 (EHH); “Match Right Plant With Building Material,” 27 March 1977 (AJC)
 
38“A SUCCESSFUL SMALL GARDEN: Use the Space You Have, No Matter How Small, for Flowers,” 5 April 1942 (AJC)
 
39“Timely Notes on Use of Variety in Edgings and in Backgrounds: Noted Landscape Architect Combines Lovely Colors for Your Summer and Fall Garden,” 19 April 1942 (AJC)
 
40“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Cliff Dwellers Face Tough Bank Problem,” 2 April 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Pretty Plant Can Softpedal Garage,” 9 April 1950 (AJC)
 
41“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Clinging Vine Reports for Camouflage Duty,” 16 April 1950 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: FOLLOW VEGETABLE PLAN FOR YOUR FLOWER PLOT,” 23 April 1950 (AJC)
 
42“Lesson on Landscaping: Solve Shady Worries by Pursuing Plants Which Scorn Sun,” 30 April 1950 (AJC)
 
43“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Why Buy 'Mountain' and Then Destroy It,” 1 April 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPE: Fill in the Yard While New House is Taking Shape,” 8 April 1951 (AJC)
 
44“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Take a Front View of Rear Lot Line,” 15 April 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Useless Paths Cut Circulation,” 22 April 1951 (AJC)
 
45“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Add a Dash of Color to Front Planting,” 29 April 1951 (AJC)
 
46“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Let's Have a Private Summer,” 6 April 1952 (AJC); “LANDSCAPING: Spring Explodes Color,” 13 April 1952 (AJC)
 
47“Lesson on Landscaping: PLAN FOR SAFE LANDINGS,” 20 April 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Proper Backgrounds Frame Garden Color,” 27 April 1952 (AJC)
 
48“Lesson on Landscaping: PLAN YEAR-LONG BLOOM,” 5 April 1953 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: SEEK COLOR HARMONY,” 12 April 1953 (AJC)
 
49“Lesson on Landscaping: PLAN SUMMER COLOR,” 19 April 1953 (AJC); “LANDSCAPING: Climbers 'Soften' Carport,” 26 April 1953 (AJC)
 
50“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: A Terrace Needs Year 'Round Look,” 4 April 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Shed Those Myths and Plan Ahead,” 11 April 1954 (AJC)
 
51“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Trees, Shrubs Cut Down on Chores,” 18 April 1954 (AJC); “MINIMUM CARE: Plant Those Bulbs for Summer Color,” 25 April 1954 (AJC)
 
52“Planting for Long Low Houses,” 3 April 1955 (EHH); “Count the Spaces,” 10 April 1955 (EHH)
 
53“Quick Color for the Asking,” 17 April 1955 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Get Quick Color for the Asking,” 17 April 1955 (AJC)
 
54“Too Much Space?” 24 April 1955 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Too Much Space? Try These Tips,” 24 April 1955 (AJC)
 
55“Little Details,” 1 April 1956 (EHH); “Large Areas Need Dividing,” 8 April 1956 (EHH); “Building Nightmares,” 15 April 1956 (EHH)
 
56“Use the Front Door!” 22 April 1956 (EHH); “Misdirected Effort,” 29 April 1956 (EHH)
 
57“Slow up if You Can,” 7 April 1957 (EHH); “That Blousy Look,” 14 April 1957 (EHH)
 
58“More Beauty With More Thought,” 21 April 1957 (EHH); “Walls are Picture Frames,” 28 April 1957 (EHH)
 
59“There is a Garden in Your Life,” 6 April 1958 (EHH); “Don't Get Boxed-In,” 13 April 1958 (EHH); “The Good Earth,” 20 April 1958 (EHH)
 
60“Patios are for Contentment,” 5 April 1959 (EHH); “How Green are Your Foundations?” 12 April 1959 (EHH)
 
61“There is Another Room Beyond the Patio,” 19 April 1959 (EHH); “Different Levels are Good for Designs,” 26 April 1959(EHH)
 

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61“There is a Great Difference Between Collections and Designs,” 3 April 1960 (EHH); “Spring Design Problems Can be Solved,” 10 April 1960 (EHH)
 
2“Everybody Needs a Spot to Call Their Own,” 17 April 1960 (EHH); “Where There is Good Design There is Good Detail,” 24 April 1960 (EHH)
 
3“How Will You Have Your Color?” 2 April 1961 (EHH); “We Need a Little Enclosure in Front,” 9 April 1961 (EHH); “Should You Really Have a Rock Garden?” 16 April 1961 (EHH)
 
4“It's the Extra Touch That Does It,” 23 April 1961 (EHH); “Scale Your Design From the Inside Out,” 30 April 1961 (EHH)
 
5“Plant With Space for Contemporary Homes,” 1 April 1962 (EHH); “Native Plants Make Fine Garden Designs,” 8 April 1962 (EHH); “Work With Grades and Views While Building,” 15 April 1962 (EHH)
 
6“Settle the Trouble Spots First and Enjoy the Rest,” 22 April 1962 (EHH); “You Can Choose the Best of Spring,” 29 April 1962 (EHH)
 
7“Paved Areas Make Spacious Gardens,” 7 April 1963 (EHH); “A Small Garden is the Answer,” 14 April 1963 (EHH)
 
8“Spots of Summer Color are Appealing to the Eye,” 21 April 1963 (EHH); “There is a Plan Behind a Fine Garden,” 28 April 1963 (EHH)
 
9“A Little Care Mixed With Color Brings Results,” 5 April 1964 (EHH); “Your House is the Center of Your Design,” 12 April 1964 (EHH)
 
10“Difficult Lots Need Helpful Design Hints,” 19 April 1964 (EHH); “Even a Drain Ditch Can be Attractive,” 26 April 1964 (EHH)
 
11“A View is What You Make It,” 4 April 1965 (EHH); “A Point of Interest Presents a More Beautiful Lot,” 11 April 1965 (EHH)
 
12“A House Needs to Breathe Among the Trees,” 18 April 1965 (EHH); “Iris, the Goddess,” 25 April 1965 (AJC)
 
13“New Houses are Pushing Spring,” 3 April 1966 (EHH); “On Achieving a Quiet Garden,” 10 April 1966 (EHH)
 
14“Take Your Time With Living Material,” 17 April 1966 (EHH); “Have a Front Door in Name Only,” 24 April 1966 (EHH)
 
15“The Average Citizen Can Create a Better City,” 2 April 1967 (EHH); “Your Garden Design Grows With You,” 9 April 1967 (EHH); “A Garden Feature Takes Planning,” 16 April 1967 (EHH)
 
16“Have a Garden of Flowering Shrubs,” 23 April 1967 (EHH); “Business Areas Wear Green Hats,” 30 April 1967 (EHH)
 
17“Clean Air and Color are Tonics Available to All,” 7 April 1968 (EHH); “Laze and Gaze in Tulip Craze,” 7 April 1968 (AJC)
 
18“How is Your Hill?” 14 April 1968 (EHH); “Watch Your Step Around the Door,” 14 April 1968 (AJC)
 
19“Nature is Feeling Groovy,” 21 April 1968 (EHH); “Choose Only the Best for Your Lot,” 28 April 1968 (EHH); “Every Man's Lot Has Some Good,” 28 April 1968 (AJC)
 
20“Miracles in Green: Well-Planned Space Can Lift Spirits,” 6 April 1969 (AJC); “Shade, the Great Relaxer,” 13 April 1969 (EHH)
 
21“Atlanta Has a Dirty Face,” 20 April 1969 (EHH); “Messy Atlantans Spoiling Best in Landscape Design,” 20 April 1969 (AJC)
 
22“Plans are Living Patterns,” 27 April 1969 (EHH); “There's Need for Planning,” 27 April 1969 (AJC)
 
23“A Successful Garden Takes Plenty of Planning,” 5 April 1970 (EHH); “Every Design Needs a Point of Interest,” 12 April 1970 (EHH); “Point of Interest Needed to Perk up Outside Scene,” 12 April 1970 (AJC)
 
24“Springtime is Pay-Off Time,” 19 April 1970 (EHH); “Have Hills? Don't Worry--They Can be Delightful,” 19 April 1970 (AJC); “Left-Overs in the Garden Get Cold,” 26 April 1970 (EHH)
 
25“Anchor Yourself With a Fine Feature,” 4 April 1971 (EHH); “WAYS TO ANCHOR YOURSELF: Develop One Area at Time for Design Outside Home,” 4 April 1971 (AJC); “The Outdoor Living Urge is Upon Us,” 11 April 1971 (EHH)
 
26“Pools Can Take Over Without Asking,” 18 April 1971 (EHH); “DON'T IGNORE SURROUNDINGS: Make Swimming Pool Fit Home's Landscape,” 18 April 1971 (AJC); “Backyards are Outdoor Living Rooms,” 25 April 1971 (EHH)
 
27“There are Treasures in Those Thickets-So Cut With Care,” 2 April 1972 (EHH); “MOVE PLANTS: Clear Overgrown Lot to Show off the Home,” 2 April 1972 (AJC)
 
28“Watch for a Green Wave of Foliage This Spring,” 9 April 1972 (EHH); “Try Not to Overdo in Yard Plantings,” 9 April 1972 (AJC)
 
29“Open a Window in the Midst of Green,” 16 April 1972 (EHH); “Unexpected Open Spaces Surprising and Delightful,” 16 April 1972 (AJC)
 
30“Narrow Outdoor Rooms Can be Spacious,” 23 April 1972 (EHH); “PROPORTIONS COUNT: With Some Good Planning, Small Backyard Looks Big,” 23 April 1972 (AJC)
 
31“Past Planning Has Set Guidelines for the Future,” 30 April 1972 (EHH); “City Need for Parks Continues,” 30 April 1972 (AJC)
 
32“There is More to Woods Than Trees,” 1 April 1973 (EHH); “Woodland Can be Enchanted Forest,” 1 April 1973 (AJC)
 
33“You and Your House are Partners,” 8 April 1973 (EHH); “DETAILS CAN WAIT: Consider Trees and Shrubs at the Very Beginning,” 8 April 1973 (AJC)
 
34“Give Your House the Setting it Deserves,” 15 April 1973 (EHH); “WIDE OPEN TO VIEW: House Below Street Level Requires Careful Design,” 15 April 1973 (AJC)
 
35“Plan Your Color for All Summer,” 22 April 1973 (EHH); “SEASON SHOULD SLIDE INTO SEASON: A 'Complete Design Plan' is Desirable,” 22 April 1973 (AJC)
 
36“Plant a Living Room Outside,” 29 April 1973 (EHH); “GARDEN, GREENHOUSE, ETC.: Let Your Landscape Dream Flower Out Into Reality,” 29 April 1973 (AJC)
 
37“Stay in Character With House and Garden,” 7 April 1974 (EHH); “It Pays to be Your Own Craftsman,” 7 April 1974 (EHH); “House, Garden Need to Stay in Character,” 7 April 1974 (AJC)
 
38“Put a Frame Around Your Growing Picture,” 14 April 1974 (EHH); “Enclosure Adds Beauty When Properly Designed,” 14 April 1974 (AJC)
 
39“Look at the Garden Instead of the Street,” 21 April 1974 (EHH); “Look at Garden Instead of Road,” 21 April 1974 (AJC)
 
40“Well Designed Entrances are Magnets for the Seeing Eye,” 28 April 1974 (EHH); “A Satisfactory Entrance Makes Plan Successful,” 28 April 1974 (AJC)
 
41“We are Planting Trees Again,” 6 April 1975 (EHH); “Things to Remember When Starting All Over,” 6 April 1975 (AJC)
 
42“Keep That Color Cool,” 13 April 1975 (EHH); “Don't Get Carried Away With Springtime Colors,” 13 April 1975 (AJC); “Carpet Woodland Area With Ivy and Portulaca,” 20 April 1975 (AJC)
 
43“New Owners for Old Houses Create Miracles,” 27 April 1975 (EHH); “New Owners Can do Wonders in Old Yard,” 27 April 1975 (AJC)
 
44“Handle Color With a Seeing Eye,” 4 April 1976 (EHH); “Apply Color Carefully,” 4 April 1976 (AJC)
 
45“Every Month Has Color for Your Plan,” 11 April 1976 (EHH); “DOGWOOD NOT ALL: Want Blooms? Branch Out,” 11 April 1976 (AJC)
 
46“When in Doubt Use a Native Plant,” 18 April 1976 (EHH); “Native Plants Provide Lesson in Soil, Climate,” 18 April 1976 (AJC)
 
47“Build on a Garden Room,” 25 April 1976 (EHH); “OUTDOORS ADDITION: Garden Room Takes Planning,” 25 April 1976 (AJC)
 
48“Hold the Plan Down or it Will Float Away,” 3 April 1977 (EHH); “Drop an Anchor! Hold Down Yard Plan or it Will Float Away,” 3 April 1977 (AJC)
 
49“An Outdoor Living Room is a Twelve Month Joy,” 10 April 1977 (EHH); “Fine Garden, Yard are 12-Month Joys,” 10 April 1977 (AJC)
 
50“A Pocket Garden is a Jewel,” 17 April 1977 (EHH); “Pocket Garden: Space Limited? Choose Carefully,” 17 April 1977 (AJC)
 
51“Add the Finishing Touch to Outdoor Living,” 24 April 1977 (EHH); “Fence, Gazebo, Wall Help Ordinary Yard,” 24 April 1977 (AJC)
 
52“SHADE CAN BE MADE GARDEN BLESSING: Flagstone Terrace, White Flowers and Vinca Minor Good Shady Spot Solutions,” 3 May 1942 (AJC)
 
53“Hardy Flowers for Southern Gardens in Hot Summer Clime: Choose Blooms Whose Colors Blend Outside in Garden and Inside Home, 17 May 1942 (AJC)
 
54“CARPET BEDDING FOR SUMMER: Childhood Love of Drawing in the Ground Transferred to Garden,” 31 May 1942 (AJC)
 
55“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Spring and Summer Work Paves Road to Fall Planting,” 7 May 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Give Your Driveway More Elbow Room,” 14 May 1950 (AJC)
 
56“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Roomy Turn-Around Saves Your Temper and Your Fenders,” 21 May 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Cut Flower Bed to Size That's Easy to Work and Weed,” 28 May 1950 (AJC)
 
57“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Let One Shrub Star in Front Planting,” 6 May 1951 (AJC); “Plants Help House Lose Assembly Line Look,” 13 May 1951 (AJC)
 
58“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Dignified Oak Scorns Petunias at Its Feet,” 20 May 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Take a Neighbor's View of Your Yard,” 27 May 1951 (AJC)
 
59“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Paved Turnaround Serves as Play Area,” 4 May 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Pinks by a Pine Tree Make Poor Showing,” 11 May 1952 (AJC)
 
60“Lesson on Landscaping: HIDE THE GARBAGE CAN,” 18 May 1952 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: BACK ENTRY NO CATCHALL,” 25 May 1952 (AJC)
 
61“Lesson on Landscaping: SIMPLIFY GARDEN WORK,” 3 May 1953 (AJC); “Time to Plant Zinnias and Fluffy Marigolds,” 10 May 1953 (AJC); “Plan First, Then Plant, Build: NO BACKYARD HOPELESS,” 17 May 1953 (AJC)
 
62“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Outdoor Living Area Should be Spacious,” 24 May 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Mass of Flowers Ideal Focal Point,” 31 May 1953 (AJC)
 
63“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Banish the Clutter From Backyard,” 9 May 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Spring Blooms Wane but There is Hope,” 16 May 1954 (AJC)
 
64“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Mulch Plant Beds; Lay Brick Borders,” 23 May 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Woody Site Offers Privacy, Problems,” 30 May 1954 (AJC)
 

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71“How to Use Scattered Material,” 1 May 1955 (EHH); “Basic Design,” 8 May 1955 (EHH)
 
2“Houses Close to Street,” 15 May 1955 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Close to Street? Try Crawling Back,” 15 May 1955 (AJC)
 
3“Narrow Lots,” 22 May 1955 (EHH); “Wooded Lots,” 29 May 1955 (EHH)
 
4[Untitled], 4 May 1956 (EHH); “It's Planting Time for Your Annuals,” 4 May 1956 (AJC); “Clear Out the Clutter,” 13 May 1956 (EHH)
 
5“Too Much Land,” 20 May 1956 (EHH); “Peace is Where You Plant It,” 27 May 1956 (EHH)
 
6“We All Need a Focal Point! 5 May 1957 (EHH); “Terraces Stretch Your House,” 12 May 1957 (EHH)
 
7“What to do With Those Woods,” 19 May 1957 (EHH); “Set Your Grounds in Order,” 26 May 1957 (EHH)
 
8“Watch the Clutter,” 4 May 1958 (EHH); “Summer Interest,” 11 May 1958 (EHH)
 
9“A Sudden Situation,” 18 May 1958 (EHH); “Thinking and Planning Time,” 25 May 1958 (EHH)
 
10“Your Front Door Tells on You,” 3 May 1959 (EHH); “Start a Second Chapter Now,” 10 May 1959 (EHH); “Summer Green,” 17 May 1959 (EHH)
 
11“The Small Area Can be the Finest of All,” 24 May 1959 (EHH); “Make Different Levels in Grading Work for You,” 31 May 1959 (EHH)
 
12“The Mature House is Many Design Years Ahead,” 1 May 1960 (EHH); “Heavenly Living Can Come From Changing a Grade,” 8 May 1960 (EHH); “There Must be a Design Behind the Color,” 15 May 1960 (EHH)
 
13“Give Shrubs a Rest-They Need It,” 22 May 1960 (EHH); “You Can Aircondition Your View,” 29 May 1960 (EHH)
 
14“What do You do With Your Space?” 7 May 1961 (EHH); “Feature Your Hobby and Let Everyone Enjoy It,” 14 May 1961 (EHH)
 
15[Untitled], (p.2 only), 21 May 1961 (EHH); “Be Sure of Design Details," 21 May 1961 (AJC); “Back Yards are Putting Their Best Foot Forward These Days,” 28 May 1961 (EHH)
 
16“The Older House Has Charm Already,” 6 May 1962 (EHH); “Driveways Need Designing Too,” 13 May 1962 (EHH)
 
17“Avoid Pitfalls in Widths, Proportions and Masses,” 20 May 1962 (EHH); “Garden Accessories Add a Finishing Touch,” 27 May 1962 (EHH)
 
18“Your House and Garden Forms a Complete Picture,” 5 May 1963 (EHH); “The Adjoining Lot,” (hand-written draft) 12 May 1963 (EHH)
 
19“Garden Leisurely for the Summer,” 19 May 1963 (EHH); “What to Look For in a House and Lot,” 26 May 1963 (EHH)
 
20“Surround Your Garden With Perfume,” 3 May 1964 (EHH); “What Color is Color?” 10 May 1964 (EHH); “Detailed Garden Care Pays Off,” 17 May 1964 (EHH)
 
21“Watch Out for That Blousy Look This Summer,” 24 May 1964 (EHH); “Last Fall's Work Pays Off About Now,” 31 May 1964 (EHH)
 
22“Crown Your Garden With a Fine Accessory,” 2 May 1965 (EHH); “Use Wood Details For a Richer Design,” 9 May 1965 (EHH); “Every Citizen is Responsible for Beauty,” 16 May 1965 (EHH)
 
23“Now is the Time for Those Finishing Touches,” 23 May 1965 (EHH); “Charm and Color Create Music in a Garden,” 30 May 1965 (EHH)
 
24“A House in the Country,” 1 May 1966 (EHH); “Design With Lights and Shadows,” 8 May 1966 (EHH)
 
25“Streams Can be Assets,” 15 May 1966 (EHH); “BEAUTY SOUNDS A LOUD ALARM,” 22 May 1966 (AJC)
 
26“Fine Houses Deserve Fine Framing,” 7 May 1967 (EHH); “Ground Rules Help in Garden Design,” 14 May 1967 (EHH)
 
27“The Front Door Can be More than That,” 21 May 1967 (EHH); “Combine Old and New --- And Marvel at the Results,” 28 May 1967 (AJC)
 
28“Design With Plenty of Nothing,” 5 May 1968 (EHH); “SHRUB GROWS ANY OLE WAY,” 5 May 1968 (AJC)
 
29“Build Arbor to Cover Your Terrace,” 12 May 1968 (EHH); “TO THE RESCUE: Put the Sun in Its Place With an Attractive Arbor,” 12 May 1968 (AJC)
 
30“That Outdoor Room Needs a Contract Too,” 19 May 1968 (EHH); “Can You be Original Now? You Can Just Imagine,” 19 May 1968 (AJC)
 
31“Create an Outdoor Design This Summer,” 26 May 1968 (EHH); “Try Growing a Quiet Garden if You're No Glad-Hander,” 26 May 1968 (AJC)
 
32“You and Your Plants Belong to Each Other,” 4 May 1969 (EHH); “You Can Have a Garden in the Air,” 11 May 1969 (EHH); “The Kinds of Things to Plant on High, Outdoor Terraces,” 11 May 1969 (AJC)
 
33“Add a Little Charm This Summer,” 18 May 1969 (EHH); “CAST A SPELL --- WITH SCULPTURE,” 18 May 1969 (AJC); “Welcome All With a Beautiful Entrance,” 25 May 1969 (EHH)
 
34“The Best in the Old and the New Blend Well,” 3 May 1970 (EHH); “Old and New Ideas Can Blend in Beauty of Livable Design,” 3 May 1970 (AJC)
 
35“How's Your Drainage?” 10 May 1970 (EHH); “Drainage Creates Major Problems,” 10 May 1970 (AJC)
 
36“A Unified Plan Means Low Maintenance,” 17 May 1970 (EHH); “Pulling House, Lot Together Adds Impact With Planning,” 17 May 1970 (AJC); “You Can Lead Someone Else Into the Miracle of Gardening,” 24 May 1970 (EHH)
 
37“Shall Pavement or People Have the Best Part of the Design,” 31 May 1970 (EHH); “HOMEOWNER'S PROBLEM: Planning Makes Parking Spaces More Attractive,” 31 May 1970 (AJC)
 
38“Adapt Details to Changing Times,” 2 May 1971 (EHH); “BASKETBALL GOALS, GRILLS: What of Lawn Leftovers? They Can Find New Use,” 2 May 1971 (AHC)
 
39“Outdoor Shapes and Sizes are in a Different World,” 9 May 1971 (EHH); “Scale Important in Garden Design,” 9 May 1971 (AJC)
 
40“This is Cleanup Time From Front to Back,” 16 May 1971 (EHH); “AROUND LAWN: Hot Weather Brings on Clean-Up, Fix-Up Time,” 16 May 1971 (AJC)
 
41“Relax Outdoors--Two Stories up,” 23 May 1971 (EHH); “No Easy Way to the Sun? Deck May Solve Dilemma,” 23 May 1971 (AJC); “BASIC PATTERN COUNTS: View From the Terrace Needs Careful Designing,” 30 May 1971 (AJC)
 
42“Design a Hill for Easy Living,” 7 May 1972 (EHH); “USE FINE DETAIL…SPARINGLY: Some Level-Headed Ways to Dress up a Steep Lot,” 7 May 1972 (AJC)
 
43“Let the Trees do the Planting,” 14 May 1972 (EHH); “Restraint Key to Success,” 14 May 1972 (AJC)
 
44“Open Spaces Need Good Detail,” 21 May 1972 (EHH); “Detail is Key to Success of Any Outdoor Design,” 21 May 1972 (AJC)
 
45“Search for the Right Focal Point,” 28 May 1972 (EHH); “Get Measurements for Garden Items,” 28 May 1972 (AJC)
 
46“The Amenities Make the Difference,” 6 May 1973 (EHH); “Church Courtyard Creates a Welcome,” 6 May 1973 (AJC)
 
47“A Change of Scene is a Very Good Thing,” 13 May 1973 (EHH); “Grown Flowers and Vegetables in the Round,” 20 May 1973 (EHH); “The Switch is on, Like Tables, Chairs,” 20 May 1973 (AJC)
 
48“Avoid Arguments Between House and Garden,” 27 May 1973 (EHH); “SLOPES BEAT WALLS: Make Use of Natural Setting First, 27 May 1973 (AJC)
 
49“Listen to the House Before Planting,” 5 May 1974 (EHH); “Listen to Your House Before Landscape Work,” 5 May 1974 (AJC)
 
50“There is Beauty in Small Spaces,” 12 May 1974 (EHH); “There is Beauty in Small Spaces,” 12 May 1974 (AJC)
 
51“The Bench and the Urn are a Part of the Plan,” 19 May 1974 (EHH); “Outdoor Objects Must Fit in Over-All Scheme,” 19 May 1974 (AJC); “Plant Some Personality on That Bank,” 26 May 1974 (EHH)
 
52“Carry a Theme Through the Plan,” 4 May 1975 (EHH); “Basic Plan Key to Successful Landscaping,” 4 May 1975 (AJC)
 
53“Hang Your Color Anywhere-And Pot the Rest,” 11 May 1975 (EHH); “Focal Points Enhance Landscape,” 11 May 1975 (AJC)
 
54“Outdoor Rooms Keep Growing,” 18 May 1975 (EHH); “Blank Can be Beautiful With Proper Planning,” 18 May 1975 (AJC)
 
55“Discover the Plan - A Little at a Time,” 25 May 1975 (EHH); “Seclusion Isn't Easy, But Worth the Effort,” 25 May 1975 (AJC)
 
56“Planning Space Means Easy Maintenance,” 2 May 1976 (EHH); “Setting Cuts Work,” 2 May 1976 (AJC); “Compact Living Has Much to Offer,” 9 May 1976 (EHH)
 
57“Close the Gate on the Private Garden,” 16 May 1976 (EHH); “Keep Private Garden Confined to Neat Area,” 16 May 1976 (AJC)
 
58“Discover a New Garden Room on the Side,” 23 May 1976 (EHH); “Don't Forget Side Yards,” 23 May 1976 (AJC)
 
59“The Garden Picture Needs a Frame,” 30 May 1976 (EHH); “Fenced in Enclosure Must Embrace an Idea,” 30 May 1976 (AJC)
 
60“Use Your Whole Lot for Living,” 1 May 1977 (EHH); “Land Use is Key to Beauty,” 1 May 1977 (AJC)
 
61“Live Inside a Green Shell,” 8 May 1977 (EHH); “Live in Green Shell for Lovely Privacy,” 8 May 1977 (AJC)
 
62“New Houses Take Courage,” 15 May 1977 (EHH); “New Houses Need Courageous Planning,” 15 May 1977 (AJC)
 
63“Pioneering is Still Around,” 22 May 1977 (EHH); “Be 'Pioneer' With Yard,” 22 May 1977 (AJC)
 
64“Use a Cool Plan for Hot Months,” 29 May 1977 (EHH); “Cooling it White, Green Planting Beats Summer's Heat,” 29 May 1977 (AJC)
 

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81“Edith Harrison Henderson to Write for Garden Pages: Prominent Landscape Architect Starts Articles by Ruth Raines,” 15 June 1941 (AJC)
 
2“Know Your Contract, Urges Noted Atlanta Authority in First Article,” 22 June 1941 (AJC); “Edith Henderson, in Second Article, Tells How to Clear the Lot: Happy Medium is Advised in Elimination of Trees,” 29 June 1941 (AJC)
 
3“Plant Staking and Weed Sleuthing are Important to Gardens: 'Stake up Droopers; Pull Out Snoopers' and All Will Live Happily Ever After, 14 June 1942 (AJC)
 
4“Porch and Window Boxes Satisfy Needs of Summer Gardeners: Lack of Authentic Garden Should not Deprive Flower Lovers of Beauty,” 28 June 1942 (AJC)
 
5“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Yellow and White Good Color Scheme for Your Garden,” 4 June 1950 (AJC); “LESSONS ON LANDSCAPING: Choose Pretty Ghosts for Twilight Duty,” 11 June 1950 (AJC)
 
6“GUESTS SLOW TO ADMIRE BEAUTY ON A HIGH HILL: View Gains Glamour Seen From Comfortable Seats,” 18 June 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Large Patterns of Color Best for Downhill View,” 25 June 1950 (AJC)
 
7“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Bamboo Poor Choice for Use on Small Lot,” 3 June 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: No Need for Renters to Ban a Garden,” 10 June 1951 (AJC)
 
8“LANDSCAPING: Sunshine Needed for Color,” 17 June 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Let House Breathe Behind the Shrubs,” 24 June 1951 (AJC)
 
9“Scattered Cuttings Poor Bid for Beauty,” 1 June 1952 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: LET SHADE BE AN ASSET,” 8 June 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Low, Crawling Plants Fit Slopes and Hills,” 15 June 1952 (AJC)
 
10“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Let Picture Window Frame Garden View,” 22 June 1952 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: AVOID SEASICK BACKYARD,” 29 June 1952 (AJC)
 
11“Lesson on Landscaping: SIMPLIFY GARDEN UPKEEP,” 7 June 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Banish the Clutter to Get More Space,” 14 June 1953 (AJC)
 
12“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Summer Sheds Light on 'Bargain' Plants,” 21 June 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Scale Furniture to Fit Terrace,” 28 June 1953 (AJC)
 
13“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: A Small Garden? Then be Choosy,” 6 June 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Shrubs Transform Lot Into Beauty,” 13 June 1954 (AJC)
 
14“YEAR 'ROUND DASH: Add More Trees for New Green,” 20 June 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Little 'Extras' Make a Garden,” 27 June 1954 (AJC)
 
15“Simplify the Summer,” 5 June 1955 (EHH); “Your Neighbor's Fence,” 19 June 1955 (EHH)
 
16“LANDSCAPE LESSON: Plant in Front of Those Fences,” 19 June 1955 (AJC); “When Plans are New,” 26 June 1955 (EHH)
 
17“What Makes a Garden Have Personality?” 3 June 1956 (EHH); [Untitled], 10 June 1956 (EHH); “Corral Those Autos,” 10 June 1956 (AJC)
 
18“Design and Proportion,” 17 June 1956 (EHH); “How to Make Something Out of Nothing,” 24 June 1956 (EHH); “Formulate a Plan to Make Something Out of Nothing,” 24 June 1956 (AJC)
 
19“Beautiful Houses Need a Light Touch,” 2 June 1957 (EHH); “Houses Have Forgotten Sides,” 9 June 1957 (EHH); “Put All Your Eggs in One Basket,” 16 June 1957 (EHH)
 
20“The Sound of Water,” 23 June 1957 (EHH); “Shade,” 30 June 1957 (EHH)
 
21“An Existing Situation,” 1 June 1958 (EHH); “On the Inside Looking Out,” 8 June 1958 (EHH); “Too Much Detail Gives Cluttered Confusion,” 15 June 1958 (AJC)
 
22“There Must be Space,” 22 June 1958 (EHH); “Important Points in Grading,” 29 June 1958 (EHH)
 
23“Neighbors Can Work Together on Property Lines,” 7 June 1959 (EHH); “The Size of a Thing Makes a Great Difference,” 14 June 1959 (EHH)
 
24“Atmosphere,” 21 June 1959 (EHH); “Yard Scene Spells Content,” 28 June 1959 (AJC)
 
25“Cook-Out Areas Can be Beautiful!” 5 June 1960 (EHH); “There is More to a Pool Than Swimming!” 12 June 1960 (EHH)
 
26“Stay on the Porch and Enjoy the Summer,” 19 June 1960 (EHH); “For the Summer Take One Thing at a Time!” 26 June 1960 (EHH)
 
27“Gardens Need Fine Entrances and Exits,” 4 June 1961 (EHH); “Use Your Garage and Carport for Extra Privacy,” 11 June 1961 (EHH)
 
28“TERRACES HELP: Steep Banks Real Problems,” 18 June 1961 (AJC); “Gardening is a Lively Art,” 25 June 1961 (EHH)
 
29“Work With Your Land, not Against It,” 3 June 1962 (EHH); “Neglected Property Lets the Neighborhood Down,” 10 June 1962 (EHH)
 
30“There is a Place for Everything,” 17 June 1962 (EHH); “Summer Fun With Pots And Tubs,” 24 June 1962 (EHH)
 
31“Plant a Garden in the Woods,” 2 June 1963 (EHH); “Every Lot Has a Different Problem,” 9 June 1963 (EHH); “Save Your Sassafras and Sumac,” 16 June 1963 (AJC)
 
32“Water Can Bring Motion Into a Garden,” 23 June 1963 (EHH); “Plan Your Summer Upkeep,” 30 June 1963 (EHH)
 
33“Let's Give the Old Eyeball a Delightful Time This Summer,” 7 June 1964 (EHH); “On Making Terraces Livable,” 14 June 1964 (EHH)
 
34“Your Paved Turn Court Can Lead a Double Life,” 21 June 1964 (EHH); “Let's Make a Summer Entrance,” 28 June 1964 (EHH)
 
35“Where There is a Will There is a Way - To Make it Look Better,” 6 June 1965 (EHH); “A Good Rock Garden is Hard to Find,” 13 June 1965 (EHH)
 
36“House and Garden Go Together,” 20 June 1965 (EHH); “Your Lot is the Launching Pad for Your Creation,” 27 June 1965 (EHH)
 
37“The Miracle of Hawaii - No Billboards,” 5 June 1966 (EHH); “Invest In Lasting Garden Beauty,” 12 June 1966 (EHH)
 
38“Street Furniture Can Look Like Land-me-Downs,” 19 June 1966 (EHH); “Families Who Plan Know Where They are Going,” 26 June 1966 (EHH)
 
39“Wanton Destruction Stalks Our City,” 4 June 1967 (EHH); “Inner Sanctum is Outdoors,” 11 June 1967 (AJC); “An Inside Garden is Quiet and Colorful,” 14 June 1967 (EHH)
 
40“How About Lowering Taxes for Trying!” 18 June 1967 (EHH); “The Growth of a City,” 25 June 1967 (EHH); “A Mantle of Green,” [incomplete], 25 June 1967 (AJC)
 
41“Atlanta Makes Plans Ahead,” 2 June 1968 (EHH); “CITY BOOMING AND GROOMING,” 2 June 1968 (AJC)
 
42“Versatile is the Word for Ivy,” 9 June 1968 (EHH); “FORBIDDING BARRIER OR FASCINATING SCREEN: Wall - Glare or Glimmer, Depending,” 9 June 1968 (AJC)
 
43“Rediscover the Joy of a Front Entrance,” 16 June 1968 (EHH); “BRIGHTEN IT UP: It's First Things First: Like That Old Front Door,” 16 June 1968 (AJC)
 
44“Tubs and Urns Come in All Sizes,” 23 June 1968 (EHH); “Arm Yourself Against Heat and Weeds,” 30 June 1968 (EHH); “Time to War on Heat, Weeds,” 30 June 1968 (AJC)
 
45“Let the Background Tell the Story,” 1 June 1969 (EHH); “Examine the Background Before Planting Shrubbery,” 1 June 1969 (AJC); “The Groundwork Holds All Together,” 8 June 1969 (EHH)
 
46“The Woods Garden is the Beauty!” 15 June 1969 (EHH); “GREAT BEAUTY: Wild Flowers Beckon Fanciers,” 15 June 1969 (AJC)
 
47“Conservation: Your Garden's Best Friend,” 22 June 1969 (EHH); “Involvement is Key to Conservation,” 22 June 1969 (AJC); “In Praise of Tubs and Pots,” 29 June 1969 (EHH)
 
48“Give That House a Fine Green Pad,” 7 June 1970 (EHH); “Green Cushions Enhance Hilltop Home,” 7 June 1970 (AJC)
 
49“That Blank Wall Has a Growing Future,” 14 June 1970 (EHH); “Blank Wall Can Become Beauty Spot,” 14 June 1970 (AJC)
 
50“Search for the Better Plants This Summer,” 21 June 1970 (EHH); “It's Accessory Hunting Time--Look Leisurely at Details,” 21 June 1970 (AJC)
 
51“A Different Touch, or the Same Old Thing?” 28 June 1970 (EHH); “PLANNING PAYS OFF: Landscape Your Lawn First on Paper,” 28 June 1970 (AJC)
 
52“A Visual Delight is the Outdoor Room,” 6 June 1971 (EHH); “Choose Carefully Items for a Patio,” 6 June 1971 (AJC)
 
53“It Pays Off to Consult Your Lot First,” 13 June 1971 (EHH); “Home With a Personality? Man-Land Liaison Needed,” 13 June 1971(AJC)
 
54“Enjoy Summertime Shade With no Grass to Mow,” 20 June 1971 (EHH); “Doorways Can Like You or Fight You,” 27 June 1971 (EHH)
 
55“Steps Can Take You Places,” 4 June 1972 (EHH); “Well-Planned Step Design Adds Much to a Home,” 4 June 1972 (AJC)
 
56“Paint and Plants Bring House and Garden Together,” 11 June 1972 (EHH); “IMAGINATION IS KEY: House, Garden Harmonize by Use of Paint and Plants,” 11 June 1972 (AJC)
 
57“When Beauty Has a Setting it Never Falls Apart,” 18 June 1972 (EHH); “Comes the Season for the Natives,” 25 June 1972 (EHH)
 
58“Driveways Can be Beautiful,” 3 June 1973 (EHH); “House and Woods Can Live Together,” 10 June 1973 (EHH); “Put House in Woods, it Beats the Street,” 10 June 1973 (AJC)
 
59“Water Takes Special Care Wherever it is,” 17 June 1973 (EHH); “An Idea and a Plan Can Change Things,” 24 June 1973 (EHH); “Homes Need Imagination,” 24 June 1973 (AJC)
 

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91“The Landscape is Doing Well by Itself,” 2 June 1974 (EHH); “Nature When Left Alone Can Create Rare Beauty,” 2 June 1974 (AJC)
 
2“Great Expectations for the Summer,” 9 June 1974 (EHH); “Are Great Expectations Coming True in Yard?” 9 June 1974 (AJC)
 
3“Beauty is All Around the City - So Start Looking,” 16 June 1974 (EHH); “Beauty Visible in Varied Spots,” 16 June 1974 (AJC)
 
4“The Small Garden Must be Very Special,” 23 June 1974 (EHH); “Small Setting Needs Attention,” 23 June 1974 (AJC); “Well Designed Space is Useful,” 30 June 1974 (EHH)
 
5“Give Plants Room to Move Around,” 1 June 1975 (EHH); “Plants Need Some Room to Move Around a Little,” 1 June 1975 (AJC); “Enrich the Design With Fine Detail,” 8 June 1975 (EHH)
 
6“It Costs Nothing to Think of a New Idea,” 15 June 1975 (EHH); “Dual-Purpose Features Boost Yard Usefulness,” 15 June 1975 (AJC)
 
7“Small Evergreens Enrich a Design Plan,” 22 June 1975 (EHH); “TRY A DWARF: Small Evergreens Enrich Plan,” 22 June 1975 (AJC)
 
8“Design Details Must be Well Done,” 29 June 1975 (EHH); “Details, Scale Key to Design,” 29 June 1975 (AJC)
 
9“Your House is Your Public Face,” 6 June 1976 (EHH); “WORK ON LOOKS: Home is Your Public Face,” 6 June 1975 (AJC)
 
10“Decide Between a Mass and a Mess,” 13 June 1976 (AJC); “Train Your Eyes to Detect Assets,” [incomplete], 13 June 1976 (AJC)
 
11“Choice Extras Provide the Final Touch,” 20 June 1976 (EHH); “Extras Can Make or Break,” 20 June 1976 (AJC)
 
12“The Delight of a Garden is for Everyone,” 27 June 1976 (EHH); “Cherish Hours in Garden,” 27 June 1976 (AJC)
 
13“Get a Grip on Maintenance,” 5 June 1977 (EHH); “Good Design Plan Eases Maintenance,” 5 June 1977 (AJC)
 
14“The Entire House is a Focal Point,” 12 June 1977 (EHH); “Do it Right: Locate House Properly, Forget Boxleaf Hollies,” 12 June 1977 (AJC)
 
15“Deep Shade is for Everyone,” 19 June 1977 (EHH); “Add Color and Shape to Summer,” 26 June 1977 (EHH); “SUMMER TASK: Brighten Steps, Corners,” 26 June 1977 (AJC)
 
16“Fine Designs are Planned Ahead,” [incomplete], 19 June 1978 (EHH); “Old or New – Plan it Well,” 19 June 1978 (EHH)
 
17“Avoid Usual Fever of 'Over-Production,' Warns Edith Henderson,” 6 July 1941 (AJC); “Edith Henderson 'Facelifts' Second-Hand House Planting: She Finds Hidden Treasures Amid Overcrowded Shrubbery,” 13 July 1941 (AJC)
 
18“Achieve Privacy With Screen Planting, Says Edith Henderson: Fence May be Harmonious and not 'Spite' Object,” 20 July 1941 (AJC)
 
19“Assure Breathing Space in Building Outdoor Terrace: Length and Width of Ample Terrace Mean Difference Between Comfort and Misery,” 27 July 1941 (AJC)
 
20“Erroneous Planting of Midsummer Garden Can be Noted Now: Horticulturist Plans Design Clinic for Remainder of Summer Months,” 12 July 1942 (AJC)
 
21“POINTS ON IMPROVING GARDEN OUTLOOK FOR NEXT SUMMER'S HEAT: Plan Cool Designs During Present Hot Weather Rather Than in Winter,” 26 July 1942 (AJC)
 
22“LESSONS ON LANDSCAPING: 'Standing Wall,' Hedge, Relieve Monotony of Dull, Flat Lots,” 2 July 1950 (AJC); "Lesson on Landscaping: WALL OF KUDZU CUTS THE SUN,” 9 July 1950 (AJC)
 
23“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Corner Lot Dwellers Should Concentrate On Privacy, Safety,” 16 July 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Green Grass Sets Stage for Color Harmony,” 30 July 1950 (AJC)
 
24“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Study Color Schemes for Prettier Garden,” 1 July 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Stay in Character When You Choose Plants for Old House,” 8 July 1951 (AJC)
 
25“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Don't Let House Sit on Brink of Disaster,” 15 July 1951 (AJC)
 
26“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plan, Plant Privacy While Building House,” 22 July 1951 (AJC); “LANDSCAPING: Plants Must Fit House,” 29 July 1951 (AJC)
 
27“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Dwarf Plants Keep Rock Garden 'Calm',” 6 July 1952 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: ROSES, FLOWER BORDERS FIT THOSE SMALL AREAS,” 13 July 1952 (AJC)
 
28“Lesson on Landscaping: CREPE MYRTLES DISPLAY SOLID BLOCKS OF COLOR,” 20 July 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Shrubs in Quantity Fit Roadside Planting,” 27 July 1952 (AJC)
 
29“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Choose Cool Colors for Summer Garden,” 5 July 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Give Your Plants Space to Breathe,” 12 July 1953 (AJC)
 
30“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Small Patch Gives Abundant Bloom,” 19 July 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Bible's 'Olive Tree' Said to be Eleagnus,” 26 July 1953 (AJC)
 
31“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Last Fall's Work Brings Dividends,” 4 July 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Homes' Outside Needs Checking,” 11 July 1954 (AJC)
 
32“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Tips Will Help on New Home,” 18 July 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Green Still Best in Yard Plans,” 25 July 1954 (AJC)
 
33“Plan for Your Own Life,” 3 July 1955 (EHH); “Know Your Own Limitations,” 10 July 1955 (EHH); “A Center of Interest,” 17 July 1955 (EHH)
 
34“Plants Can do Anything,” 24 July 1955 (EHH); “A Lot of Space,” 31 July 1955 (EHH)
 
35“Trees, Shrubs and Flowers to Dream on,” 1 July 1956 (EHH); “Take Time Now to Notice Trees, Shrubs, Flowers,” 1 July 1956 (AJC); “Take One Step at a Time,” 8 July 1956 (EHH)
 
36“Planting Can do Many Things,” 15 July 1956 (EHH); “Planting a Permanent Picture,” 22 July 1956 (EHH); “Before the Planting Comes the Design,” 29 July 1956 (EHH)
 
37“Banks Can be a Joy or a Problem,” 7 July 1957 (EHH); “Make an Asset of Difficult Situations,” 14 July 1957 (EHH)
 
38“Make Yourself a View,” 21 July 1957 (EHH); “Little Things are Important,” 28 July 1957 (EHH)
 
39“Find Home, Lot You Like Then Spend Time Planting,” 6 July 1958 (AJC); “Limited Area Requires Unlimited Thought, Time,” 13 July 1958 (AJC)
 
40“How to Plant Glamor [sic],” 20 July 1958 (EHH); “Spaces First - Then Details,” 27 July 1958 (AJC)
 
41“Go Plant Hunting on Your Vacation,” 5 July 1959 (EHH); “Designing Indoors for Outdoors,” 12 July 1959 (EHH)
 
42“Proportion and Leisure,” 19 July 1959 (EHH); “Proportion Helps Create Leisure Area,” 19 July 1959 (EHH)
 
43“There are More Ways Than One to Get Down a Bank,” 26 July 1959 (EHH); “Unlevel Grounds a Fine Challenge,” 26 July 1959 (EHH)
 
44“Good Design Overlayed With Shade Speaks Summer Contentment,” 3 July 1960 (EHH)
 
45“You are Sitting Pretty When You Own a Small Lot,” 10 July 1960 (EHH); “There is a Place for a Water Feature in Your Design Plan,” 17 July 1960 (EHH)
 
46“A Thoughtful Use of Space is Like a Breath of Fresh Air,” 24 July 1960 (EHH); “Details Good or Bad Make the Difference,” 31 July 1960 (EHH)
 
47“Solve the Problem of the Front Door This Summer,” 2 July 1961 (EHH); “Shrubs are not Always Needed Near Your House,” 9 July 1961 (EHH); “Depend on Foliage Plants This Summer,” 16 July 1961 (EHH)
 
48“Doors are for Opening and Steps are for Walking!” 23 July 1961 (EHH); “We Must Respect Our Land,” 30 July 1961 (EHH)
 
49[Untitled], (page 2 only), 1 July 1962 (EHH); “Design is How You See It,” 1 July 1962 (AJC); “People Need to Know Which Way to Go,” 8 July 1962 (EHH)
 
50“A Home Owner Must be Adaptable,” 15 July 1962 (EHH); “A Good Design Needs Good Workmanship,” 22 July 1962 (EHH); “Good Plants are Adaptable,” 29 July 1962 (EHH)
 
51“Know a Good Design-It Can Help You,” 7 July 1963 (EHH); “Misdirected Water Can Ruin Your Garden,” 14 July 1963 (EHH)
 
52“Shatter Monotony by Hanging a Basket,” 21 July 1963 (EHH); “Use Built in Color in Your Terrace,” 28 July 1963 (EHH)
 
53“Stay Cool With a Spacious Garden,” 5 July 1964 (EHH); “Movable Color Is Full of Surprises,” 12 July 1964 (EHH)
 
54“Plant Something Green in Every Available Corner,” 19 July 1964 (EHH); “Frame Your Front Door in Green,” 26 July 1964 (EHH)
 
55“The Open Carport Can be Beautiful,” 4 July 1965 (EHH); “Heavy Traffic Can Clip Your Doorstep,” 11 July 1965 (EHH)
 
56“Front Doors Can be Beautiful,” 18 July 1965 (EHH); “Take Care of Your Garden,” 25 July 1965 (EHH)
 
57“The Setting Makes Success,” 3 July 1966 (EHH); “A Bank Can be an Asset,” 10 July 1966 (EHH); “Planned Beauty is Ageless,” 17 July 1966 (EHH)
 
58“Atlanta Needs a Tree Ordinance,” 24 July 1966 (EHH); “Think Cool Green Thoughts for the Summer,” 31 July 1966 (EHH)
 
59“Gardeners are the Salt of the Earth,” 2 July 1967 (EHH); “Design Your Own Little World,” 9 July 1967 (EHH); “Stock Plans vs. Imagination,” 16 July (EHH)
 
60“Flowers and Foliage Make a Colorful World,” 23 July 1967 (EHH); “Sizes and Shapes Mean Everything,” 30 July 1967 (EHH)
 
61“PARKING OFF STREET: Semi-circular Driveway Gets Around a Problem,” 7 July 1968 (AJC); “Late Landscaping is Too Late,” 14 July 1968 (EHH)
 
62“Let the Flowers Flow,” 21 July 1968 (EHH); “Your Neighborhood is Your Concern,” 7 July 1968 (EHH); “WHEN THINGS LOOK DRAB: Dare, Share and Care Sum up Garden Beauty,” 28 July 1968 (AJC)
 

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101“Summer Exposure is Hard on the House and Garden,”6 July 1969 (EHH); “Old Garden Friends are Always There,” 13 July 1969 (EHH)
 
2“Earth and Leaf Colors are Great for House and Garden,” 20 July 1969 (EHH); “MOOD, BACKGROUND: Colors of House, Setting Can Glow,” 20 July 1969 (AJC)
 
3“Choose the Best and Use no Other,” 27 July 1969 (EHH); “A RAPPORT NECESSARY: Keep the Family in Mind When Designing Outdoors,” 27 July 1969 (AJC)
 
4“The Outdoor Design Should Reflect the Owner's Needs,” 5 July 1970 (EHH); “AVOID A POOR SETTING: Design Your Home From Ground up,” 5 July 1970 (AJC)
 
5“Color is Possible Anywhere,” 12 July 1970 (EHH); “Trees Will Co-operate if Given a Chance,” 19 July 1970 (EHH); “A LITTLE IMAGINATION: Old Trees Enhance Beauty,” 19 July 1970 (AJC)
 
6“Set the Mood at the Garden Gate,” 26 July 1970 (EHH); “Natural Feature Require Special Care,” 4 July 1971 (EHH)
 
7“The Simple Design Has a Long Life Ahead,” 11 July 1971 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE DESIGN: Simple Building Can be Stunning,” 11 July 1971 (AJC)
 
8“WHEN YOU LANDSCAPE: Don't Forget the Sides of the House,” 18 July 1971 (AJC); “Nature Does a Good Job by Itself,” 25 July 1971 (EHH)
 
9“Plan for Space and Enjoy the Results,” 2 July 1972 (EHH); “Lend Space to Front Steps by Building Wide Terrace,” 2 July 1972 (AJC)
 
10“Fine Plans Cut Maintenance and Add Charm,”9 July 1972 (EHH); “Simple Plan Helps Terrace, Garden,” 9 July 1972 (AJC)
 
11“Plan Garden Accessories for Summer Use,” 16 July 1972 (EHH); “Attractive Terrace Shows Planning,” 16 July 1972 (AJC); “The Side of the House Will Finish the Picture,” 18 July 1972 (EHH)
 
12“The Lost and Distant Driveway Can be Rescued,” 23 July 1972 (EHH); “A Point of Interest is the Eye of the Garden,” 23 July 1972 (EHH); “NEW YARD LOOK: Bold Feature Adds Dramatic Change,” 23 July (AJC); “Yes, Driveways Can be Beautiful, Too,” 30 July 1972 (AJC)
 
13“Your Design Begins at the Curb,” 1 July 1973 (EHH); “Let the Carport Join the Family,” 8 July 1973 (EHH); “Spacious Entrances Give a Special Welcome,” 15 July 1973 (EHH)
 
14“A Good Plan is a Sound Investment,” 22 July 1973 (EHH); “A Foundation Can do More Than Hold up Your House,” 29 July 1973 (EHH)
 
15“How to Upstage a Garage,” 7 July 1974 (EHH); “The Flowing Design Creates Pleasant Living,” 14 July 1974 (EHH); “Narrow Lot Succeeds if Divided Into Rooms,” 14 July 1974 (AJC)
 
16“When a Woodland Fights Back,” 21 July 1974 (EHH); “Open up That Woodland to Sun, Shadows, Blooms,” 21 July 1974 (AJC)
 
17“Plant a Curtain of Green,” 28 July 1974 (EHH); “Use Backyard Space for Needed Screening,” 28 July 1974 (AJC)
 
18“The Front Yard is Not What it Used to be,” 6 July 1975 (EHH); “Well Planned Lots Find Room for All Interests,” 13 July 1975 (EHH); “Lot Plan Allows Many Interests,” 13 July 1975 (AJC)
 
19“There is Room for Many Things on That Plan,” 20 July 1975 (EHH); “Bonus Area May Crop up,” 20 July 1975 (AJC)
 
20“There is no Impossible Lot,” [incomplete], 27 July 1975 (EHH); “Impossible Lot? No Such Thing,” 27 July 1975 (AJC)
 
21“There is a Gold Mine Among the Weeds,” 4 July 1976 (EHH); “People Space Comes First,” 4 July 1976 (AJC)
 
22“The Family Craftsman is a Jewel,” 11 July 1976 (EHH); “Family Craftsman is a Jewel,” 11 July 1976 (AJC)
 
23“Be a Pampered Guest Next Time,” 18 July 1976 (EHH); “Family Entrances are Very Special,” 18 July 1976 (AJC)
 
24“Use Corners and Air Spaces for Extra Living,” 25 July 1976 (EHH); “EXTRA LIVING: Utilize Corners, Air Spaces,” 25 July 1976 (AJC)
 
25“Plan Space to Live for Plants and People,” 3 July 1977 (EHH); “Plan, Then Build: Proper Scale is Essential for Landscaped Terrace,” 3 July 1977 (AJC)
 
26“Hold the Slope and Save the Land,” 10 July 1977 (EHH); “Steep Slope Attractive When Planted Properly,” 10 July 1977 (AJC)
 
27“Patios and Plants Go Together,” 17 July 1977 (EHH); “Theme Important for Patio,” 17 July 1977 (AJC)
 
28“Work Area Plans are Vital,” 24 July 1977 (EHH); “DON'T SCATTER: Work Area Must be Handy,” 24 July 1977 (AJC)
 
29“Use the Open Spaces,” 31 July 1977 (EHH); “Problem Area? Try Decking,” 31 July 1977 (AJC)
 
30“Wisely Chosen Plants Help Size and Shape of Outdoor Terrace: Beautiful Available Varieties Named for Job of Veiling Architectural Faults,” 3 August 1941 (AJC)
 
31“Gardens May be of Formal or Informal Design: Flower Beds Should be From Four to Six Feet Wide, Authority Advises,” 10 August 1941 (AJC)
 
32“Summer-Blooming Flowers Complete Design of Garden: Definite Color Scheme Should be Emphasized Throughout Seasons,” 17 August 1941 (AJC)
 
33“ANNUALS CARRY ON: VERSATILE, POPULAR: Perennials are Background for Garden But Perform Duties Only With Assistance,” 24 August 1941 (AJC)
 
34“Accent Shrubs and Trees Add Design, Aid Planting Space: Edith Henderson Advocates Use of Special Plants to Create Garden Interest and Beauty,” 31 August 1941 (AJC)
 
35“Plan Spring Garden With the Perfect Beauty of Daffodils: Newly Arrived Catalogs Inspire Gardeners to Map Borders Now,” 9 August 1942 (AJC)
 
36“Even Apartment Dwellers Can Enjoy Beauty of Water Lilies: Exploring Possibilities of These Fascinating Flowers Opens New World, 23 August 1942 (AJC)
 
37“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Is Mailbox for Roses or Letters? Postman Often Wonders,” 6 August 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: An Evergreen Screen Warms Wintry Days,” 13 August 1950 (AJC)
 
38“LESSONS ON LANDSCAPING: Here's How to Make a Picture Window,” 20 August 1950 (AJC); “Cool Heads, Warm Feet: Neutral Territory Needed at Base of Outdoor Steps,” 27 August 1950 (AJC)
 
39“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Sabotage Hot Spots by Planting Trees, 5 August 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Keep Shrubs Pruned, Avert Accidents,” 12 August 1951 (AJC)
 
40“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Make Property Line Driveway Attractive,” 19 August 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: For House 'Down Under' Go Easy on Mass Planting,” 26 August 1951 (AJC)
 
41“Lesson on Landscaping: PLAN A SIMPLER GARDEN WHILE YOU SIT IN SHADE,” 3 August 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plain Old Factories no Longer Eye Sores,” 10 August 1952 (AJC)
 
42“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Annuals Answer to Border Problem,” 17 August 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Learn to Feature Favorite Flower,” 24 August 1952 (AJC)
 
43“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Organized Back Yard Eases Job of Upkeep,” 31 August 1952 (AJC)
 
44“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Neat Outlines Vital for Flower Beds,” 2 August 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: It's Time to Snoop Around a Nursery,” 9 August 1953 (AJC)
 
45“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Use Group Planting for Distinction,” 16 August 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Outdoor 'Rooms' Relieve Boxy Look,” 23 August 1953 (AJC)
 
46“Lesson on Landscaping: DON'T PLANT TOO MUCH,” 30 August 1953 (AJC)
 
47“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Roof, Steps Add to Planting Woes,” 1 August 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Shape the Bank Before Planting,” 8 August 1954 (AJC)
 
48“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Too Much Upkeep? Follow These Tips,” 15 August 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Too Many Plants Cause Worries,” 22 August 1954 (AJC)
 
49“How to Outwit the Weeds,” 7 August 1955 (EHH); “Quick Effects for Amateurs,” 14 August 1955 (EHH); “Large and Small Foliage,” 21 August 1955 (EHH)
 
50“The Way the Land Lies,” 28 August 1955 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Lay of the Land Calls the Shots,” 28 August 1955 (AJC)
 
51“How to Work With a New House,” 5 August 1956 (EHH); “What Stays Low?” 12 August 1956 (EHH)
 
52“Finishing Details,” 19 August 1956 (EHH); “A House and a Lot,” 26 August 1956 (EHH)
 
53“Your House is Your Key to Color,” 4 August 1957 (EHH); “Create a Wooded Area Where You Need It,” 11 August 1957 (EHH)
 
54“What is Good Landscape Design?” 18 August 1957 (EHH); “Divided Areas and Heavy Planting Will Create Seclusion in the City,” 25 August 1957 (AJC)
 
55“Plant Magnolia in Unused Area,” 3 August 1958 (AJC); “Pitfalls to Avoid,” 10 August 1958 (EHH); “Things Should be Looking up in August,” 17 August 1958 (EHH)
 
56“Confidence and Vision Work Hand in Hand,” 24 August 1958 (EHH); “Your Hem Line Shows at the Street!” 31 August 1958 (EHH)
 
57“Garden Accessories Give Character to Your Surroundings/Right Accessories Add Garden Charm,” 2 August 1959 (EHH); “Clear the Way for Your View,” 9 August 1959 (EHH)
 
58“When You and the Sidewalk Rub Elbows,” 16 August 1959 (EHH); “In Anticipation of Fall Color,” 23 August 1959 (EHH); “When a Front Door is All Serene,” 30 August 1959 (EHH)
 
59“Espaliered Material is a Work of Art,” 7 August 1960 (EHH); “What You do With the Space You Have is Important,” 14 August 1960 (EHH)
 
60Garden Furniture can Make the Design or Ruin It,” 21 August 1960 (EHH); “Plan Over-All Yard; Then Fill in Details,” 28 August 1960 (AJC)
 
61“Give Good Details a Chance to be Seen,” 6 August 1961 (EHH); “Let Feature Stand Alone,” 6 August 1961 (AJC); “Walls Need not be Planters!” 13 August 1961 (EHH)
 
62“New Plants are Everywhere,” 20 August 1961 (EHH); “Fall House and Grounds Cleaning is Due,” 27 August 1961 (EHH)
 

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111“Color is the Punch Line to a Good Design,” 5 August 1962 (EHH); “A Good Design is Adaptable,” 12 August 1962 (EHH)
 
2“It Takes Determination to Plant a Bank,” 19 August 1962 (EHH); “Fit in With the Neighborhood-But Make Improvements Too,” 26 August 1962 (EHH)
 
3“Plan for Color and Good Detail at Your Front Door,” 4 August 1963 (EHH); “Plan a Space for a Family Activity,” 11 August 1963 (EHH)
 
4“Neighbors Can Screen Together,” 18 August 1963 (EHH); “Put a Frame Around Your Garden Picture,” 25 August 1963 (EHH); Mass Planting Shores Up Down-in-the-Mouth Look (AJC)
 
5“It Makes a Difference When Your Garden Personality Shows,” 2 August 1964 (EHH); “Outdoor Living is a Part of Every Day Life,” 9 August 1964 (EHH); “Backgrounds Hold Our Designs Together,” 16 August 1964 (EHH)
 
6“Hang a Green Curtain Where You Need It,” 23 August 1964 (EHH); “Nothing is Impossible in an Outdoor Design,” 30 August 1964 (EHH)
 
7“Artificial Blooms a Poor Second,” 1 August 1965 (AJC); “LANDSCAPE DESIGN: English Brighten a Gray Setting,” 22 August 1965 (AJC)
 
8“Property Lines Cause Problems,” 7 August 1966 (EHH); “Community Planning is Good Business,” 14 August 1966 (EHH)
 
9“Design Your Parking Problems Away,” 21 August 1966 (EHH); “Maintenance is Conservation,” 28 August 1966 (EHH)
 
10“When a Design Strangles-Start Over,” 6 August 1967 (EHH); “It is High Time We Relaxed in the Garden,” 13 August 1967 (EHH)
 
11“Your City-Your Life-And You,” 20 August 1967 (EHH); “Plan With Plants Ahead of Time,” 27 August 1967 (EHH)
 
12“Summer Blues Can be Planned Away,” 4 August 1968 (EHH); “Fine Designs and Fine Plants Belong Together,” 11 August 1968 (EHH); “IF YOUR YARD LOOKS GOOD, THEIRS WILL: Nosy Neighbors Sniff Quality, Too,” 11 August 1968 (AJC)
 
13“Plan From a Window for Next Summer's Heat,” 18 August 1968 (EHH) “It's Hot, Sure, But Learn From It,” 18 August 1968 (AJC)
 
14“Natural Beauty Must be Protected,” 25 August 1968 (EHH); “DOMONATE DESIGN: Trees Have Big Egos---Better Let 'Em Sprawl,” 25 August 1968 (AJC)
 
15“Summer Heat is an Exact Teacher,” 3 August 1969 (EHH) “MAKE OUTDOOR 'ROOMS': Redesign Yard, Beat Heat if Same View Depresses,” 3 August 1969 (AJC)
 
16“Try Another Growing Idea,” 10 August 1969 (EHH); “HOW ABOUT NIGHT LIGHTING? Bright Ideas Can Perk Up Dull Spots,” 10 August 1969 (AJC)
 
17“Privacy and the Car Meet at the Front Door,” 17 August 1969 (EHH); “Use Foresight to Create Forecourt of Long Delight,” 17 August 1969 (AJC)
 
18“Hills are Good for Houses,” 24 August 1969 (EHH); “Plants are Personalities,” 31 August 1969 (EHH)
 
19“Build, Paint and Plant Your Personality,” 2 August 1970 (EHH); “Don't Let Your House Float Away,” 9 August 1970 (EHH)
 
20“Late Summer Treasures are the Finest,” 16 August 1970 (EHH); “WHAT TO PLANT: Plan Now for Colorful End to Summer in Your Garden,” 16 August 1970 (AJC)
 
21“Let the Land Tell You What to do,” 23 August 1970 (EHH); “KEEP NATURAL GRADE: Drastic Changes Cause Tree Shock,” 23 August 1970 (AJC)
 
22“We Can Adapt Old Areas to New Uses,” 30 August 1970 (AJC); “HIDEAWAY: Old Garage? Let it Live,” 30 August 1970 (EHH)
 
23“Surround Your Hobby With a Garden,” 1 August 1971 (EHH); “Place for Privacy: One's Own Garden,” 1 August 1971 (AJC)
 
24“Personal Preference Makes the Difference,” 8 August 1971 (EHH); “MAILBOX CAN BE UNIQUE: Use Imagination to Rise Above the Usual Designs,” 8 August 1971 (AJC)
 
25“Fine Plants are the Frame to the Picture,” 15 August 1971 (EHH); “LARGE TUBS MAY BE THE ANSWER: You Can Plant Trees Anywhere,” 15 August 1971 (AJC)
 
26“Horizons are Unlimited for Fall Plans,” 22 August 1971 (EHH); “Plan Fall Projects Now for the House Beautiful,” 22 August 1971 (AJC)
 
27“There is Beauty Beyond the Windows,” 29 August 1971 (EHH); “Make Your House, Garden Work Together for Beauty,” 29 August 1971 (AJC)
 
28“The Design Begins on the Property Line,” 6 August 1972 (EHH); “Attention to Property Lines Can Add to Over-all Effect,” 6 August 1972 (AJC)
 
29“Growing Green Filters are the Breath of Life,” 13 August 1972 (EHH); “GROWING POLLUTION FIGHTERS: Help Clean up Dirty Air; Plant Yourself a Filter,” 13 August 1972 (AJC)
 
30“Backyard Disasters Can be Avoided,” 20 August 1972 (EHH); “Planning Key to Success,” 20 August 1972 (AJC)
 
31“Set Your Sights on Next August Now,” 27 August 1972 (EHH); “WHAT IS AUGUST DOING? Look at Last June, July to Plan for Next Summer,” 27 August 1972 (AJC)
 
32“Frame a Garden Feature With Great Care,” 5 August 1973 (EHH); “Maintenance Can be a Pleasure When the Design is Willing,” 12 August 1973 (EHH)
 
33“A Driveway is a Small Scenic Highway,” 19 August 1973 (EHH); “When the Planting Job is Impossible-Use a Vine,” 26 August 1973 (EHH)
 
34“Give Yourself a Design Break,” 4 August 1974 (EHH); “Back Entrance Needs Attention in Design Plan,” 4 August 1974 (AJC)
 
35“Green up the Pavement,” 11 August 1974 (EHH); “Green up the Pavement, and a Miracle Occurs,” 11 August 1974 (AJC)
 
36“No One Ignores Water,” 18 August 1974 (EHH); “Water's Relaxing Quality Can Enhance Your Yard,” 18 August 1974 (AJC)
 
37“The Front of the House is the Key to the Plan,” 25 August 1974 (EHH); “Steady Design Blends House, Lot,” 25 August 1974 (AJC)
 
38“Beauty Comes in Small Packages,” 3 August 1975 (EHH); “Good Proportion is Key to Small Outdoor Area,” 3 August 1975 (AJC)
 
39“Plants Accomplish Design Miracles,” 10 August 1975 (EHH); “Well-Chosen Shrubs Create Special Mood,” 10 August 10 1975 (AJC)
 
40“Take Time to Plant an Idea,” 17 August 1975 (EHH); “The Idea Comes First-Then Landscaping,” 17 August 1975 (AJC)
 
41“Accent the Positive With Excellent Plants,” 24 August 1975 (EHH); “Keep a Breathing Space in Your Plan,” 31 August 1975 (EHH)
 
42“There is Nothing Inevitable About a Straight Line,” 1 August 1976 (EHH); “Avoid Straight Lines When Planting Hedge,” 1 August 1976 (AJC)
 
43“Successful Focal Points Solve All the Problems,” 8 August 1976 (EHH); “SATISFYING SIGHT: Focal Point Solves Problems,” 8 August 1976 (AJC)
 
44“Be Sure of Your Plan - Then Go Ahead,” 15 August 1976 (EHH); “Use of Right Plant Avoids Calamities,” 15 August 1976 (AJC)
 
45“Plant or Build a Pleasant View,” 22 August 1976 (EHH); “Gobble up Space by Planting Green Friends,” 29 August 1976 (EHH); “Plants Fill Void Attractively,” 29 August 1976 (AJC)
 
46“Emphasize the Positive,” 7 August 1977 (EHH); “Cultivate the Shadows,” 14 August 1977 (EHH); “SHADE DESIGNS: Avoid Crowding in Shadows,” 14 August 1977 (AJC)
 
47“Let House and Land be Friendly,” 21 August 1977 (EHH); “Just Friends: If Landscaping Fits House, Beauty, Simplicity Assured,” 21 August 1977 (AJC)
 
48“Give a House the Personal Touch,” 28 August 1977 (EHH); “Personal Touch: Make Plan, Stick to it When Grooming Yard,” 28 August 1977 (AJC)
 
49“Step With Pride on Well-Planned Series of Garden Steps: Outdoor Flights Present Opportunity for Giving 'Different' Atmosphere to Floral Area,” 7 September 1941 (AJC)
 
50“Cutting Garden Offers Reserve Supply for House and Border: Ideal Spot for Experiments and Unwieldy Plants That do not Fit in Garden Proper,” 14 September 1941 (AJC)
 
51“Transplanting Shrubs not Advised at Present: Condition of Plants and Soil is not Satisfactory Now; Should be Dormant,” 21 September 1941 (AJC)
 
52“WONDERFUL FUTURE FOR THE PLAY YARD: Sand Piles Will Become Good Soil Mixer; Area Furnishes Eventual Outdoor Living Space,” 28 September 1941 (AJC)
 
53“Simpler Life Makes Upkeep of Garden Quite a Serious Problem: Short Cuts Solve Headache of Present Help Shortage,” 6 September 1942 (AJC)
 
54“MAXIMUM BEAUTY, MINIMUM UPKEEP: A Garden Can be Managed in War-Time by Your Own Two Hands,” 27 September 1942 (AJC)
 
55“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Fragrant Tea Olives Soften Impact of Garbage Cans,” 3 September 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Privacy Can be Built or Planted, Even for a Small Area,” 10 September 1950 (AJC)
 
56“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Streamline Garden for Minimum Upkeep, Maximum Beauty,” 17 September 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Ground Work Vital to Attain Flowers, Design You Want,” 24 September 1950 (AJC)
 
57“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Smilax, Ivy, Soften View of Garage,” 2 September 1951 (AJC); “LANDSCAPING: Summer Jobs Well Done,” 9 September 1951 (AJC)
 
58“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Grab Planting Space Before Paving Ends,” 16 September 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Check Property Line, Save Grief Later on,” 23 September 1951 (AJC)
 
59“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Bird Baths, Sun Dials Mar Beauty of Lawn,” 30 September 1951 (AJC)
 
60“Lesson on Landscaping: DON'T SPRINKLE FLOWERS,” 7 September 1952 (AJC) “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Paint Back of House to Fit Garden Setting,” 14 September 1952 (AJC)
 
61“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Changing Planting Can be Done Slowly,” 21 September 1952 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: PLANTING, NOT SYMPATHY HELPS THAT PLAIN HOUSE,” 28 September 1952 (AJC)
 

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121“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: PLANT THE FRONT FIRST,” 6 September 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Two Flavors Sufficient,” 13 September 1953 (AJC)
 
2“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Use Connecting Link in Garden,” 20 September 1953 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: TURNAROUND INTO TERRACE,” 27 September 1953 (AJC)
 
3“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Buy Treeless Lot? You May at That,” 5 September 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Garden Needn't be Construction Yard,” 12 September 1954 (AJC)
 
4“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Vines Adaptable to Pretty Patterns,” 19 September 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Drought Teaches Planting Lessons,” 26 September 1954 (AJC)
 
5“Line up Your Thoughts for Fall,” 4 September 1955 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Use Summer's Mistakes as Guide for Fall Work,” 4 September 1955 (AJC)
 
6“Control Your Color,” 11 September 1955 (EHH); “Where Must We Start?” 18 September 1955 (EHH); “Plant Your House With a Light Hand,” 25 September 1955 (EHH)
 
7“Living on a Hilltop,” 2 September 1956 (EHH); “Connecting Links in Design,” 9 September 1956 (EHH); “A Dreary House Doesn't Have to be,” 16 September 1956 (EHH)
 
8“Simplify Your Life,” 23 September 1956 (EHH); “Small Lots Make Us Choosy,” 30 September 1956 (EHH)
 
9“Leave Space Between Foundation Plantings,” 1 September 1957 (AJC); “Change of Pace in Garden Path Away From Monotony,” 8 September 1957 (AJC)
 
10“A Finishing Touch May Finish Beauty,” 15 September 1957 (AJC); “Planting in Planter Boxes Can be Difficult Situation,” 22 September 1957 (AJC)
 
11“Please Use the Front Door Whenever You Can Find It,” 29 September 1957 (AJC)
 
12“The Months Ahead,” 7 September 1958 (EHH); “Pamper Yourself-Have a Spot of Your Own,” 14 September 1958 (EHH)
 
13“Is There a Permanent Plant?” 21 September 1958 (EHH); “Fall Days are Busy,” 28 September 1958 (EHH)
 
14“Which Will it Be-Pine Straw or Grass?” 6 September 1959 (EHH); “Have a Living Focal Point of Birds,” 13 September 1959 (EHH)
 
15“Foregrounds Mean Much to Backgrounds,” 20 September 1959 (EHH); “Your Planting Design is Showing!” 27 September 1959 (EHH)
 
16"Helpful Hints Department - With Fall in Mind!” 4 September 1960 (EHH); “Those Property Lines Need not be Problems,” 11 September 1960 (EHH)
 
17“Calamities Can be Turned Into Good Design,” 18 September 1960 (EHH); “THOUGHT SOLVES PROBLEM: Why Not Take Calamities in Stride?” 18 September 1960 (AJC)
 
18“Atmosphere is an Elusive Quality,” 18 September 1960 (EHH); “Try for Elusive Atmosphere,” 25 September 1960 (AJC)
 
19“Don't Let Your Design Fall Apart This Winter,” 3 September 1961 (EHH); “Think Your Design Through Before You Begin,” 10 September 1961 (EHH)
 
20“Materials, Textures and Colors,” 17 September 1961 (EHH); “There is a Hidden Design on Your Lot,” 24 September 1961 (EHH)
 
21“The Front Dooryard - A Pool of Quiet,” 2 September 1962 (EHH); “Create a Design This Fall,” 9 September 1962 (EHH); “Create a Design This Autumn,” 9 September 1962 (AJC)
 
22“What Goes on Behind the House Makes a Difference,” 16 September 1962 (EHH); “Don't be Afraid of a Change of Season,” 23 September 1962 (EHH); “Why not Park in Front?” 30 September 1962 (EHH)
 
23“A Garden Bench is a Welcome to Come and Stay a While,” 1 September 1963 (EHH); “Gardening in Cramped Quarters Can be Managed,” 8 September 1963 (EHH)
 
24“Plan for a Late Summer Flower Garden,” 15 September 1963 (EHH); “The Gaping Garage is a Problem Child,” 22 September 1963 (EHH); “Front Yard or Courtyard - Which Shall it be?” 29 September 1963 (EHH)
 
25“The Small Garden Needs Casual Order,” 6 September 1964 (EHH); “Gardeners Have a Heritage to Keep,” 13 September 1964 (EHH)
 
26“Fall is Planning Time for Things to Come,” 20 September 1964 (EHH); “Use Your Hills and Valleys for a Different Garden Design,” 27 September 1964 (EHH)
 
27“Out of Door Space is for Man's Use and Enjoyment,” 5 September 1965 (EHH); “Research in Design is Fine for all Planners,” 12 September 1965 (EHH)
 
28“What to do When Sun and Shade Change Places,” 19 September 1965 (EHH); “How to Discover a Hidden Treasure,” 26 September 1965 (EHH)
 
29“There is a Future for the Old Garage,” 4 September 1966 (EHH); “FUTURE FOR THE OLD GARAGE,” 4 September 1966 (AJC); “Build the Outdoors With the Indoors,” 11 September 1966 (EHH)
 
30“Vines are for Everywhere,” 18 September 1966 (EHH); “Green and White is a Year Round Thing,” 25 September 1966 (EHH)
 
31“The Birds are Waiting for an Invitation,” 3 September 1967 (EHH); “Color is Here to Stay,” 10 September 1967 (EHH)
 
32“Gardens are Old Blabbers: They Tell All About You,” 17 September 1967 (AJC); “A Good Design Has a Little Mystery,” 24 September 1967 (EHH)
 
33“New Varieties and New Colors are Everywhere,” 4 September 1968 (EHH); “VARIETY'S THE KEY: Garden Plan? Anything Goes,” 4 September 1968 (AJC)
 
34“THE OUTDOOR TOLL: Those Wide, Open Spaces Disappear,” 8 September 1968 (AJC); “Take a Deep Breath - If You Can,” 11 September 1968 (EHH) [misdated?]
 
35“When the Grounds are in Order the Plan is a Good One,” 11 September 1968 (EHH) [misdated?]; “If You Plan a Place Well, It Cuts Down Sweat Later,” 15 September 1968 (AJC)
 
36“In Praise of a Garden,” 18 September 1968 (EHH); “Look for Hidden Treasure Under Vines and Weeds,” 29 September 1968 (EHH)
 
37“Grounds Committees Need Ground Rules,” 7 September 1969 (EHH); “Grounds Committee Advice: Get Plan for Development,” 7 September 1969 (AJC)
 
38“A Different World Awaits the New Home Owner,” 14 September 1969 (EHH); “Parking Areas Can be Attractive,” 21 September 1969 (EHH); “Seek Maximum Parking With Minimal Upheaval,” 21 September 1969 (AJC)
 
39“Your Own Good Taste is the Best Guide,” 28 September 1969 (EHH); “Let Your Own Taste be Your Guide,” 28 September 1969 (AJC)
 
40“Learn From the Natives - They Love it Here,” 6 September 1970 (EHH); “BOXWEED, FERNS…: Those Wild Ones Provide Greatest Garden Delights,” 6 September 1970 (AJC)
 
41“Homeowners Should Have a Beautiful View,” 13 September 1970 (EHH); “Screened Green Front Area Greatly Improves Privacy,” 13 September 1970 (AJC)
 
42“A Little Bit of Extra Makes the Difference,” 20 September 1970 (EHH); “ADD SOME COLOR: Spark That Humdrum Yard With a Touch of Style,” 20 September 1970 (AJC)
 
43“Cover the Ground With Anything But Grass,” 27 September 1970 (EHH); "SAVES MOWING TOLL: Grass Isn't Everything---Try Paved Stone Lawn,” 27 September 1970 (AJC)
 
44“Frame a Space for an Outdoor Picture,” 5 September 1971 (EHH); “FRAME SOME SPACE: Just a Little Imagination--Presto!” 5 September 1971 (AJC)
 
45“The Extras in the Design Plan Make the Difference,” 12 September 1971 (EHH); “A House Needs a Curtain of Privacy,” 19 September 1971 (EHH)
 
46“A Concerned Citizen Can Plan for Better Surroundings,” 26 September 1971 (EHH); “IN NEIGHBORHOOD: Hard Work Fixes Eyesore,” 26 September 1971 (AJC)
 
47“Imagination Makes the Difference,” 26 September 1971 (EHH)
 
48“A Garden Needs a Permanent Framework,” 3 September 1972 (EHH); “DISTINCTIVE INVESTMENT: The Fine Outdoor Wall Combines Art and Utility,” 3 September 1972 (AJC)
 
49“How to Design the Leftovers,” 10 September 1972 (EHH); “There is Something to See Across the Way,” 17 September 1972 (EHH); “Frame a Faraway Vista by Proper Use of Plantings,” 17 September 1972 (AJC)
 
50“A Round Planted Object May be a Square,” 24 September 1972 (EHH); “Dead End Street Can Have Beauty,” 24 September 1972 (AJC)
 
51“This is the Late Season's Shining Hour,” 2 September 1973 (EHH); “Some Design Plans are Pruned Out of Sight,” 9 September 1973 (EHH); “Paving Patterns Set the Mood for Garden Rooms,” 16 September 1973 (EHH)
 
52“Small Spaces Make Choice Gardens,” 23 September 1973 (EHH); “There's Life in the Old Garden Yet,” 30 September 1973 (EHH); “Redesign Old Garage to Add Garden Interest,” 30 September 1973 (AJC)
 
53“Plan a Different Detail,” 1 September 1974 (EHH); “Courtyards Can be Gardens,” 8 September 1974 (EHH); “Close Attention Makes Parking Area Handsome,” 8 September 1974 (AJC)
 
54“Heavy Planting Keeps Grass in its Place,” 15 September 1974 (EHH); “Underplanting Curbs Grass, Fills in Blanks,” 15 September 1974 (AJC)
 
55“Ask Existing Shrubs and Trees to Join the Plan,” 22 September 1974 (EHH); “Existing Shrubs, Trees Combine,” 22 September 1974 (AJC)
 
56“Garden Design and Low Maintenance do Get Along,” 29 September 1974 (EHH) “Yank Out Old Bushes; Pretty Home Emerges,” 29 September 1974 (AJC)
 
57“Trees and Cars Can Live Together,” 7 September 1975 (EHH); “Trees Come Before Cars,” 7 September 1975 (AJC); “The View From the Pool Can be a Surprise,” 14 September 1975 (EHH); “Planning Prevents Disaster,” 14 September 1975 (AJC)
 
58“Autumn Bares Design Plan,” 21 September 1975 (AJC); “Old Neighborhoods are Blooming Again,” 28 September 1975 (EHH); “OLDER HOUSE: Turn 'Ugly Duckling' Into Swan,” 28 September 1975 (AJC)
 
59“Settle the House With Care,” 5 September 1976 (EHH); “Work Areas Produce Good Gardens,” 12 September 1976 (EHH); “Efficient Work Area Gives Good Results,” 12 September 1976 (AJC)
 
60“Trap the Wild Growth and Enjoy It,” 19 September 1976 (EHH); “Enhance the 'Wild' for Added Beauty,” 19 September 1976 (AJC)
 
61“We are Greening up the Concrete,” 26 September 1976 (EHH); “Store Planting Gives Lesson,” 26 September 1976 (AJC)
 

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131“Steep Slopes Need a Strong Plan,” 4 September 1977 (EHH) “Problem Area: Correct Planting Saves Steep Slopes in Yard,” 4 September 1977 (AJC)
 
2“Enjoy a Fine Detail,” 11 September 1977 (EHH); “Careful Touch: Benches, Planter Boxes Need Proper Details in Background,” 11 September 1977 (AJC)
 
3“All Parts of a Plan are Important,” 18 September 1977 (EHH); “Stress Beauty: Garages, Walks, Utilities Don't Always Ruin Looks,” 18 September 1977 (AJC)
 
4“Ah Privacy! Shady, Secluded Terrace Makes Life Worth Living,” 25 September 1977 (AJC)
 
5“Game Areas Planned by Landscape Architect: Friends and Good Times Drawn to House With a Play Court on Its Grounds,” 5 October 1941 (AJC)
 
6“Season of Parties at Outdoor Fireplace: Feast the Eye as Well as the Tummy for Ideal Barbecue and Steak-Pit Grounds,” 19 October 1941 (AJC)
 
7“Wartime Perennial Garden Needs Only Minimum Upkeep: Many Varieties Take Care of Themselves; But no Plant Can be Completely Ignored,” 4 October 1942 (AJC)
 
8“READER'S PROBLEM IS SOLVED TODAY: Trees, Flower Beds and a Small Forest Combine to Form Pleasing Garden,” 18 October 1942 (AJC)
 
9“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Let House 'Breathe' Between the Shrubs,” 30 October 1949 (AJC)
 
10“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Do You Want Jewels or Junk? Decide Now,” 1 October 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Temporary Planting no Real Solution,” 8 October 1950 (AJC)
 
11“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Don't Procrastinate About Autumn Gold,” 15 October 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Place Flower Border Where it Can Relax in the Bare Months,” 22 October 1950 (AJC)
 
12“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Design Entrance to Speak Welcome,” 29 October 1950 (AJC)
 
13“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Time to Plant Shade for Next Summer,” 7 October 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Learning What not to Plant Important,” 14 October 1951 (AJC)
 
14“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Flowering Shrubs Gather Few Votes on Isolation Policy,” 21 October 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Trees in Big Triangle Boost Lawn Beauty,” 28 October 1951 (AJC)
 
15“No Crepe Myrtles to Dodge: OPEN PARKLIKE ENTRANCE TRULY SENSATIONAL SIGHT,” 5 October 1952 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: REDUCE SCALE OF SHRUBS TO FIT SMALL GARDENS,” 12 October 1952 (AJC)
 
16“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Screen Garbage Can for Neighbor's Sake,” 19 October 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Enjoy Autumn Color, But Plan for Spring,” 26 October 1952 (AJC)
 
17“Lesson on Landscaping: FRONT DOOR TREATMENTS,” 2 October 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Ugly Foundations Create Poor Effect,” 11 October 1953 (AJC)
 
18“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Planting to Relieve Bare Wall Monotony,” 18 October 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Fall Reminders for Spring Design,” 25 October 1953 (AJC)
 
19“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Multiple Views Create New Needs,” 3 October 1954 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Take Long Look at Garden Design,” 10 October 1954 (AJC)
 
20“LANDSCAPING LESSON: 'Permanent Scene' is Preferred Now,” 17 October 1954 (AJC); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Flower Beds Need Good Rearranging,” 24 October 1954 (AJC)
 
21“LANDSCAPE LESSON: Garden Belongs to Entire Family,” 31 October 1954 (AJC)
 
22“Notes for New Houses,” 2 October 1955 (EHH); “Don't Choke Your Terrace,” 9 October 1955 (EHH); “Busy People Need Minimum,” 16 October 1955 Upkeep (EHH)
 
23“No Color This Fall?” 23 October 1955 (EHH); “You Don't Have to Have Just an Old Back Yard!” 30 October 1955 (EHH)
 
24“Plants to Look for This Fall,” 7 October 1956 (EHH); “Special Handling at Doorways,” 14 October 1956 (EHH)
 
25“Beauties of the Season,” 21 October 1956 (EHH); “The Importance of Backgrounds,” 28 October 1956 (EHH)
 
26“Size and Shape of Things Often Can be Misleading,” 6 October 1957 (AJC); “If There's a Problem Spot Around the House---Plant It,” 13 October 1957 (AJC)
 
27“Overall Plan Essential for Distinctive Planting,” 20 October 1957 (AJC); “Room to Move About,” 27 October 1957 (EHH)
 
28“Roses are Worth It,” 5 October 1958 (EHH); “Tough Property Line Can be Garden Asset,” 12 October 1958 (AJC)
 
29“Sweet Smelling Plants for Fall, Winter and Spring,” 19 October 1958 (EHH); “Some Things Must Go,” 26 October 1958 (EHH)
 
30“Working People are Good Planners,” 4 October 1959 (EHH); “Designing on a Hillside is a Challenge!” 11 October 1959 (EHH)
 
31“Our Changing Point of View is Changing Our Living,” 18 October 1959 (EHH); “Bring Your Garden Design Inside,” 25 October 1959 (EHH)
 
32“Hills Can be Pushed Back to Make Living Easier,” 2 October 1960 (EHH); “There is no Such Thing as an Impossible Lot,” 9 October 1960 (EHH); “Just How Good is Color in the Front of a House?” 16 October 1960 (EHH)
 
33“Trees are the Whole Show Now,” 23 October 1960 (EHH) [incomplete]; “Trees Can be Seen Better in Open,” 23 October 1960 (AJC); “Flowerbeds Need Evergreens, Too,” 30 October 1960 (EHH)
 
34“Use the Finest - It Always Pays,” 1 October 1961 (EHH); “Plants Have Character Too!” 8 October 1961 (EHH); “It's What You Don't do That Counts!” 15 October 1961 (EHH)
 
35“Your Front Yard Needs Privacy,” 29 October 1961 (EHH); “Be Prepared for a Change in Plant Material,” 29 October 1961 (EHH)
 
36“A Fall Review of the Best of the Lot,” 7 October 1962 (EHH); “Sentiment and Time Can Trap You,” 14 October 1962 (EHH)
 
37“Plant a View for Windows and Doors,” 21 October 1962 (EHH); “Enclose a Good Design,” 28 October 1962 (EHH)
 
38“Gardens Need Accessories Too,” 6 October 1963 (EHH); “A Window Box is a Hanging Garden,” 13 October 1963 (EHH); “Give Your Bulbs a Break and Plan Their Colors,” 27 October 1963 (EHH)
 
39“A Garden Detail Needs Careful Thought,” 4 October 1964 (EHH); “Meet the Challenge and Have a Different Garden,” 11 October 1964 (EHH)
 
40“There are Many Plans and Plants in Your Future,” 18 October 1964 (EHH) [hand-written draft]; “Balance and Proportion in the Out-Of-Doors,” 25 October 1964 (EHH)
 
41“Planning for Atlanta Will Pay Off,” 3 October 1965 (EHH); “Residential Areas are a Community Concern,” 10 October 1965 (EHH) [incomplete]; “Care Shows up in Short Time,” 10 October 1965 (AJC)
 
42“Skilled Work Saves Time and Money,” 17 October 1965 (EHH); “Recreate a New Design From the Old,” 24 October 1965 (EHH); “Create Your Own Designs in Wood,” 31 October 1965 (EHH)
 
43“Fall Tells the Truth About Design,” 2 October 1966 (EHH); “Design Has Improved in the Twentieth Century,” 9 October 1966 (EHH); “Design Hazards Can be Assets,” 16 October 1966 (EHH)
 
44“Include the Extras in Your Plan,” 23 October 1966 (EHH); “Details Make the Difference,” 30 October 1966 (EHH)
 
45“Old Designs Show the New Ones How,” 1 October 1967 (EHH); “The Winter Look is Coming,” 8 October 1967 (EHH); “Minutes Make a Difference Among the Flowers,” 15 October 1967 (EHH)
 
46“Slow up With a Green Garden,” 22 October 1967 (EHH); “Property Lines - Handsome or Hopeless?” 29 October 1967 (EHH)
 
47“There is no Need for Monotony,” 6 October 1968 (EHH); “Daring Ideas May be Cure for Creeping Monotony,” 6 October 1968 (AJC)
 
48“Designed Space is More Valuable Than Empty Space,” 13 October 1968 (EHH); “DOUBLE SERVICE: Designed Space Proves Valuable,” 13 October 1968 (AJC)
 
49“View the Burning Bush and Draw a Deep Breath,” 20 October 1968 (AJC); “What do You See From Your Windows?” 27 October 1968 (EHH); “Use Imagination to Design Composition of Windows,” 27 October 1968 (AJC)
 
50“Autumn Gold is Upon Us,” 5 October 1969 (EHH); “We Need Fall Plans for Winter Work,” 12 October 1969 (EHH); “It's About Time to Clear Woodland Path Layouts,” 12 October 1969 (AJC)
 
51“Terraces are on Stage Today,” 19 October 1969 (EHH); “Terrace's Outline Must Fit Site Completely for Success,” 19 October 1969 (AJC); “Steps Can Lead to Delight or Disaster,” 26 October 1969 (EHH)
 
52“Experience Teaches Planting Facts,” 4 October 1970 (EHH); “Planting in Groups Gives Better Green Background,” 4 October 1970 (AJC); “It Helps to Follow Guidelines in Planning,” 11 October 1970 (EHH)
 
53“Spacious Settings Assure Good Design,” 18 October 1970 (EHH); “GOOD DESIGN IN MIND: Use Space for Family,” 18 October 1970 (AJC)
 
54“Fine Outdoor Design Comes in Small Packages,” 25 October 1970 (EHH); “UTILIZE SPACE: Make Walls and Driveways Pleasing, Purposeful Areas,” 25 October 1970 (AJC)
 
55“Proportion and the Statue Make a Team,” 3 October 1971 (EHH); “SPOTS OF BEAUTY NEEDED: Proportion and the Statue Team up Well in Garden,” 10 October 1971 (AJC)
 
56“A Simple Design Plan Solves Problems,” 17 October 1971 (EHH); “Tackle Eyesore in the Yard First,” 17 October 1971 (AJC)
 
57“The Golden Maidenhair,” 24 October 1971 (EHH); “The Vine is the Soft Touch,” 24 October 1971 (EHH); “Vine's Role is to Soften, Blend Harsh, Sharp Edges,” 24 October 1971 (AJC)
 
58“Going and Coming is a Large Part of the Design Plan,” 1 October 1972 (EHH); “WHERE TO? Planning Can Help Guide Footsteps Around House,” 1 October 1972 (AJC)
 
59“The Evergreen Ground Covers Want to Help Everybody,” 8 October 1972 (EHH); “A Focal Point is the Eye of the Garden,” 15 October 1972 (EHH)
 
60“A Creative Design for Yards is a Fine Investment,” 22 October 1972 (EHH); “NO PLAN AND WILDERNESS: Sometimes it Pays Off to Spend More on Yard,” 22 October 1972 (AJC)
 
61“Design for Your Own Kind of Life,” 29 October 1972 (EHH)
 

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141“The Planting Begins With the Plan,” 7 October 1973 (EHH); “When Nature Helps You Have it Made,” 14 October 1973 (EHH); “EVERGREENS BALANCE DESIGN: Trees Dominate Building Plan,” 21 October 1973 (AJC)
 
2“Useless Areas Can be Designed Back into the Plan,” 28 October 1973 (EHH); “CONSTANT PROBLEM: Steep Driveway Needs Walkway,” 28 October 1973 (AJC)
 
3“Give Your Garden a Magic Touch,” 6 October 1974 (EHH); “Careful Planning Give Garden Magic Touch,” 6 October 1974 (AJC); “An October Garden is a Beautiful Sight,” 13 October 1974 (EHH)
 
4“Plan and Plant an Open Green Living Room,” 20 October 1974 (EHH); “A Condominium Garden Takes Special Planning,” 20 October 1974 (AJC)
 
5“Create a Growing Living Room,” 27 October 1974 (EHH) ; “Revamp Front Entry; Whole House Improves,” 27 October 1974 (AJC)
 
6“Solving Problems are a Part of Planning,” 5 October 1975 (EHH); “Yard Liability Can be Asset,” 5 October 1975 (AJC)
 
7“Remodel Outdoor Space With Care,” 12 October 1975 (EHH); “Roof, Windows, Sun Factors in Remodeling,” 12 October 1975 (AJC)
 
8“Maintenance Can be a Pleasure,” 19 October 1975 (EHH); “Good Planning Cuts Maintenance of Yard,” 19 October 1975 (AJC); “Take Another Look at Maintenance Problems,” 26 October 1975 (EHH)
 
9“Put All Weed Patches to Work,” 3 October 1976 (EHH); “FILL SPACES: Plan Ahead, Prevent Weeds,” 3 October 1976 (AJC)
 
10“Keep a Good Idea Going All the Way,” 10 October 1976 (EHH); “Garden Needs Focal Point,” 10 October 1976 (AJC)
 
11“Wrap People up With Green Spaces,” 17 October 1976 (EHH); “GREEN TOUCH: Business Beautiful, Too,” 17 October 1976 (AJC)
 
12“Plan a Perfect Setting for a Perfect Feature,” 24 October 1976 (EHH); “Setting Important for Any Treasure,” 24 October 1976 (AJC)
 
13“Wooded Lots Assure Fine Living,” 31 October 1976 (EHH); “Open up the Woods, But do it Carefully,” 31 October 1976 (AJC)
 
14“Shut Out Sights and Sounds,” 2 October 1977 (EHH); “Good Fence is Like Frame on Picture,” 2 October 1977 (AJC)
 
15“Ancient Trees are National Monuments,” 9 October 1977 (EHH); “LEAFY 'MONUMENTS': Trees Along Streets Enhance Neighborhood, Increase Value,” 9 October 1977 (AJC)
 
16“Every City Needs Flower Power,” 16 October 1977 (EHH); “FLOWER POWER: Colorful Plants Add Magic to Dull, Utilitarian Areas,” 23 October 1977 (AJC)
 
17“Warm up the Corners With Winter Green,” 30 October 1977 (EHH); “POCKET PARKS': Evergreens Help Tiny Areas Shine During Fall, Winter,” 30 October 1977 (AJC)
 
18“Trees and Shrubs for Any, All Areas: Homes, Churches, Schools and Traffic Areas Beautified With Green Planting,” 2 November 1941 (AJC)
 
19“RENTERS NEED NOT DESPAIR OF GARDEN: "Will to Do" is Only Necessity of Those Who Rent and Would Have Flowers Also,” 16 November 1941 (AJC)
 
20“Focal Point Unites Garden With Emphasis: Unattractive Figurines and Objets d'Art Detract From Picture as a Whole,” 30 November 1941 (AJC)
 
21“Participation in Garden Club Program Abolishes Drones: One Performance Per Year at Meetings Makes for Co-operation,” 1 November 1942 (AJC)
 
22“Cruel Clarity of Fall Reveals Shabbiness Hid by Summer Foliage: Honor Roll of Atlantians With Well-Executed Garden Plan Begun Today by Columnist,” 15 November 1942 (AJC)
 
23“Bare Walls Hold Many Tantalizing Ideas for Imaginative Gardener: Choose Cover Materials That Blend With Character of Inclosures – Frivolous or Stern,” 29 November 1942 (AJC)
 
24“Undercover Pruning Nets Best Shape,” 6 November 1949 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Don't Force Guests to Walk Single File,” 13 November 1949 (AJC) [no credit line]
 
25“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Give Back Door New Atmosphere,” 20 November 1949 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Shrubs Rejuvenate Forgotten Corridor,” 27 November 1949 (AJC)
 
26“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plant Fragrance at Garden Entrance,” 5 November 1950 (AJC); "LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Build Rock Garden in Semishade,” 12 November 1950 (AJC)
 
27“LESSONS ON LANDSCAPING: Thick Green Hedge Guards Your Privacy,” 19 November 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Pretty Planting Softens Doorway,” 26 November 1950 (AJC)
 
28“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Big Areas Need Strong Color,” 4 November 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plants Hide Home's Assembly Line Look,” 11 November 1951 (AJC)
 
29“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Choose Holly to Solve Problems in Planting,” 18 November 1951 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Streamline Planting, Cut Work of Upkeep,” 25 November 1951 (AJC)
 
30“BACKGROUND FOR AZALEAS: Arborvitae Makes an Effective Hedge,” 2 November 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Don't Skimp Too Much on Deciduous Plants,” 9 November 1952 (AJC)
 
31“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: It's Time to Establish Spring Color Scheme,” 16 November 1952 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Evergreen Covers Tame Steep Banks,” 23 November 1952 (AJC)
 
32“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Carry Special Idea Around the Corner,” 30 November 1952 (AJC)
 
33“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Eliminate Bad 'View' With 'Bold' Material,” 1 November 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Color Combinations for Every Season,” 8 November 1953 (AJC)
 
34“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Pass up Quantity for Shrub Quality,” 15 November 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Shrub Personality Must Fit Location,” 22 November 1953 (AJC)
 
35“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plan Flower Beds With Background,” 29 November 1953 (AJC)
 
36“LANDSCAPE LESSON: Set Stage Now for Spring Color,” 7 November 1954 (AJC); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Live in the Back; Keep Front Proper,” 14 November 1954 (AJC)
 
37“LANDSCAPE LESSON: Start 'Open Door' Policy at Home,” 21 November 1954 (AJC); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Street on Lawn? Build Around It,” 28 November 1954 (AJC)
 
38“The Planting of Steps,” 6 November 1955 (EHH); “More Attractive Steps,” 13 November 1955 (EHH)
 
39“Workable Designs,” 20 November 1955 (EHH); “Planning for Color,” 27 November 1955 (EHH)
 
40“Inside and Outside Space,” 4 November 1956 (EHH); “Individual Beauty,” 11 November 1956 (EHH)
 
41“Measure Space for Garden Plan,” 18 November 1956 (EHH); “Wind and Weather and Planting Design,” 25 November 1956 (EHH)
 
42“Work Interesting Designs into Small Garden Planting,” 10 November 1957 (AJC)
 
43[Untitled], 17 November 1957 (EHH); “New Plants Give Yard a New Look,” 17 November 1957 (AJC); “The True Test of a Garden,” 24 November 1957 (EHH)
 
44“There is Great Activity in the Plant World,” 2 November 1958 (EHH); “Money Can Buy Beauty,” 9 November 1958 (EHH); “Spaciousness and How to Obtain It,” 16 November 1958 (EHH)
 
45“The Right Plan for You is There,” 23 November 1958 (EHH); “Gardening is Supposed to be Pleasant!” 30 November 1958 (EHH); “Use Plantings You Like, Make Gardening a Pleasure,” 30 November 1958 (AJC)
 
46“You Can Set the Mood for Your Garden,” 1 November 1959 (EHH); “Fine Design Does Not Depend Upon Color,” 8 November 1959 (EHH); “The Time is Now, in Your City,” 15 November 1959 (EHH)
 
47“Respect for Beauty is a Needful Thing,” 22 November 1959 (EHH); “Your Kitchen Door Can Tell All!” 29 November 1959 (EHH)
 
48“Textures and Colors Make All the Difference,” 6 November 1960 (EHH); “Use Existing Grades Levels for Better Designs,” 13 November 1960 (EHH)
 
49“Choose a Few of the Best Materials for a Permanent Job,” 20 November 1960 (EHH); “Just Where is Your Front Door?” 27 November 1960 (EHH)
 
50“Push a Bank Back if it Looms Too Close,” 5 November 1961 (EHH); “A Successful Design Has Many Complete Parts,” 12 November 1961 (EHH)
 
51“A Design Plan May Need to be Simplified,” 19 November 1961 (EHH); “This is the Time to Study Trees,” 26 November 1961 (EHH); “STILL LOVELY: Examine Trees Without Leaves,” 26 November 1961 (AJC)
 
52“A Change of Season Tells the Story,” 4 November 1962 (EHH); “A Good Design Deserves Constant Care,” 11 November 1962 (EHH)
 
53“Front Doors are Your Character Witness,” 18 November 1962 (EHH); “Winter Greens and Winter Gardens,” 25 November 1962 (EHH)
 
54“Gardening on Different Levels is a Real Challenge,” 3 November 1963 (EHH); “Come and Go With Ease at Your House,” 10 November 1963 (EHH)
 
55“Reclaim a Hole in the Ground for a Garden Spot,” 17 November 1963 (EHH); “Watch Those Shrubs Around Your House!” 24 November 1963 (EHH)
 
56“It is Almost Time for Your Winter Garden to Begin,” 1 November 1964 (EHH); “Color Steps Aside for Winter Green,” 1 November 1964 (AJC)
 
57“How to Prevent Damage to Your Landscape Design,” 8 November 1964 (EHH); “Place Your House on the Lot With the Greatest of Care,” 15 November 1964 (EHH)
 
58“Plants are Full of Personality,” 22 November 1964 (EHH); “Sun and Shade Give Depth and Richness to a Design Pattern,” 29 November 1964 (EHH)
 
59“Take an Autumn Tour Around Town,” 7 November 1965 (EHH); “History is in Your Hands to Design and Keep,” 14 November 1965 (EHH)
 
60“We Need Design Education,” 21 November 1965 (EHH); “Determination Can Solve Many Design Problems,” 28 November 1965 (EHH)
 
61“Meet the Natives,” 6 November 1966 (EHH); “The Front Lawn Deserves a Better Fate,” 13 November 1966 (EHH)
 
62“Color to Live by,” 20 November 1966 (EHH); “Keep in Touch During Winter,” 27 November 1966 (EHH)
 

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151“Atlanta's Creeping Beauty is Showing,” 5 November 1967 (EHH); “The House With Eight Shrubs,” 12 November 1967 (EHH); “Does Your Garden Own You?” 17 November 1967 (EHH)
 
2“Delightful Living Takes Planning,” 19 November 1967 (EHH); “Designer Has a Good Line: Plans Start With a Dream,” 19 November 1967 (AJC); “Plan the Whole Design With a Model,” 26 November 1967 (EHH)
 
3“The Best Happens When Neighbors Work Together,” 3 November 1968 (EHH); “Property Lines Work Out When Neighbors Work Together,” 3 November 1968 (AJC)
 
4“Now is the Time to Make Your Plans,” 10 November 1968 (EHH); “You Need a Garden in Your Life,” 17 November 1968 (EHH)
 
5“There is a Special Color Harmony for You Out There,” 24 November 1968 (EHH); “Employ Your Theme or Idea to Emphasize Yourself,” 24 November 1968 (AJC)
 
6“Man Confounds the Simplest Design,” 2 November 1969 (EHH); “FIND RIGHT PATH: Many Lost in the Woods on Domesticated Planting,” 2 November 1969 (AJC)
 
7“Green Gardens are Ready for Winter,” 9 November 1969 (EHH); “Think Green, Even Though Jack Frost Comes Nipping,” 9 November 1969 (AJC)
 
8“Visual Pollution is Sitting on Your Doorstep,” 16 November 1969 (EHH); “Groups of Tubs and Pots are Fine for Winter,” 23 November 1969 (EHH); “Just Roll Out the Barrel and Keep Evergreens Happy,” 23 November 1969 (AJC)
 
9“Vital Trees Must Have the Right of Way,” 30 November 1969 (EHH); “LANDSCAPE: Trees are Worth Effort to Safeguard for Beauty,” 30 November 1969 (AJC)
 
10“Find That Jewel For Your Focal Point,” 1 November 1970 (EHH); “CAREFUL PLANNING: Mood Set by Outdoors,” 1 November 1970 (AJC)
 
11“Ease up the Tight Spots With Fine Detail,” 8 November 1970 (EHH); “Want Privacy? Try Lush Fences,” 8 November 1970 (AJC)
 
12“Flowing Plants are Kind to the Eye,” 15 November 1970 (EHH); “SOFT, FLOWING LINES: Weeping Plants Give Area Touch of Grace, Beauty,” 15 November 1970 (AJC)
 
13“A Winter Design is an All Year Delight,” 21 November 1970 (EHH); “The Sky is the Limit for Design Ideas,” 22 November 1970 (EHH); “WINDOWS FROM DOORS: Accepting First Thought Makes Trite a Tradition,” 22 November 1970 (AJC)
 
14“Be Sure to Frame the Picture,” 29 November 1970 (EHH); “DESIGN EFFECT PRESERVED: Wall or Shrubs Can Frame Beauty of Mass and Color,” 29 November 1970 (AJC)
 
15“Use Screens for Beautiful Privacy,” 7 November 1971 (EHH); “VARIETY OF MATERIALS: Screens Can Give Homes Privacy, Improve Scenery,” 7 November 1971 (AJC)
 
16“The Outdoor Room Needs no Roof or Walls,” 14 November 1971 (EHH); “Exits for Outdoor Rooms Can Become Focal Points,” 14 November 1971 (AJC)
 
17“ANOTHER DIMENSION: Enhancing the Outdoors --- Green Winter Gardens,” 21 November 1971 (AJC); “Trained Plants are a Work of Art,” 28 November 1971 (EHH)
 
18“Consider Privacy for Yourself - Not Your Car,” 5 November 1972 (EHH); “The Front Yard Has a Great Future,” 12 November 1972 (EHH); “Front Yard Should be Lively Spot,” 12 November 1972 (AJC)
 
19“Your Garden Design is an Experience,” 19 November 1972 (EHH); “TAKE YOUR TIME, GET IT RIGHT: Plenty of Thought Needed to Create a Garden Mood,” 19 November 1972 (AJC)
 
20“The Winter Design is the Moment of Truth,” 26 November 1972 (EHH); “Now is Time to Take Tour to Enjoy Garden Splendor,” 26 November 1972 (AJC)
 
21“Outdoor Areas Must Be Safe and Beautiful,” 4 November 1973 (EHH); “Design Safety Stress Grows With Crowds,” 4 November 1973 (AJC)
 
22“How to Begin: Slowly,” 11 November 1973 (EHH); “First Houses Can be Traumatic,” 11 November 1973 (AJC)
 
23“The Winter Garden is Coming,” 18 November 1973 (EHH); “Try to Achieve Balance Between Trees, Shrubs,” 18 November 1973 (AJC)
 
24“Work With a View Surrounding You,” 25 November 1973 (EHH); “Office Has Greenery; the House Can, Too,” 25 November 1973 (AJC)
 
25“Full Color Has the Best of It This Season,” 3 November 1974 (EHH); “Is House Bare in Fall? Evergreens to Rescue,” 3 November 1974 (AJC); “A Well Balanced Design Works All Year,” 10 November 1974 (EHH)
 
26“All Gardeners Like a Little Privacy,” 17 November 1974 (EHH); “Privacy Enhances Garden,” 17 November 1974 (AJC)
 
27“Banks Can be Beautiful,” 24 November 1974 (EHH); “Time, Effort Make Hill Thing of Beauty All Year,” 24 November 1974 (AJC)
 
28“Cover Your Ground With a Different Rug,” 2 November 1975 (EHH); “Solve Little Design Problems and Big Ones Disappear,” 9 November 1975 (EHH); “Solve Little Problems, Bigger Ones Disappear,” 9 November 1975 (AJC)
 
29“Anchor Your House When it Floats in a Field,” 16 November 1975 (EHH); “Anchor House if it's Floating,” 16 November 1975 (AJC)
 
30“You Hold the Key to Your Design Plan,” 23 November 1975 (EHH); “Colorful Planning Aided By Blending of Materials,” 23 November 1975 (AJC)
 
31“A Gardener's Special Interest Needs Attractive Space,” 30 November 1975 (EHH); “A Gardener's Interest Needs Attractive Space,” 30 November 1975 (AJC)
 
32“Which is it at Your House - Welcome or Watch Out?” 7 November 1976 (EHH); “First You Take a House,” 14 November 1976 (EHH); “REDUCE CLUTTER: Don't Let Plants Hide House,” 14 November 1976 (AJC)
 
33“Do You Have a Ticky-Tacky House?” 21 November 1976 (EHH); “Try New Approach to Routine Design,” 21 November 1976 (AJC)
 
34“Make Every Inch Count When Planning,” 28 November 1976 (EHH); “Make the Most of Garden Area,” 28 November 1976 (AJC)
 
35“A Vertical Lot Can be Tamed,” 6 November 1977 (EHH); “Steep Lot, No Trees? Work, Care Needed,” 6 November 1977 (AJC)
 
36“Your House is a Special Place,” 13 November 1977 (EHH); “FEATURE THE FRONT: Walkway, Doors, Steps Need Attention to Detail,” 13 November 1977 (AJC)
 
37“The First Plan is the Hardest,” 27 November 1977 (EHH); “START FROM SCRATCH: Plant Trees, Shrubs First, Followed by Ground Cover,” 27 November 1977 (AJC)
 
38“Edith H. Henderson Advises 'Balance' in Our Lives and Gardens: Expert Discusses Stability in Garden Plans and Need for Cool Thinking in Crisis,” 14 December 1941 (AJC)
 
39“School Grounds Should be Credit to Community: Bulbs Planted in Fall Create Exciting Diversion for Young Students in Spring,” 28 December 1941 (AJC)
 
40“Back Entrance to Loveliest Home Can Spoil Everything: Trellises, Evergreens, Vines Can Help Face-Lift Unattractive Kitchen Door,” 13 December 1942 (AJC)
 
41“Your Front Door Proclaims Your Own Personality to All: Charming and Neat or Lacking in Character,” 27 December 1942 (AJC)
 
42“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Can Guests Land Safely at Your Front Doorway?” 4 December 1949 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Planting Budget Saves Face of Home,” 11 December 1949 (AJC)
 
43“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Bare Look Best Where Walkways Meet the Street,” 18 December 1949 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plan Yule Greens, Home Style, For '50,” 25 December 1949 (AJC)
 
44“Lesson on Landscaping: HOW WILD CAN A CITY LOT BE?” 3 December 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Important Corners Should be Ruled by Specimen Shrubs,” 10 December 1950 (AJC)
 
45“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Hide 'Seam' Where Sun Meets Shade,” 17 December 1950 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plant Color Where it Counts,” 31 December 1950 (AJC)
 
46“Lesson on Landscaping: REVISE PLANTING TO FIT WHEN ROOM IS ADDED,” 2 December 1951 (AJC)
 
47“Lesson on Landscaping: PLANTS LIFT DRAB HOUSE,” 9 December 1951 (AJC); “Grow Your Own Yule Decorations,” 16 December 1951 (AJC)
 
48“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Yard Yields Greens for Yule Decorating,” 23 December 1951 (AJC); “LANDSCAPING: Monthly Extras for 1952,” 30 December 1951 (AJC)
 
49“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Consider Real Value of Retaining Walls,” 7 December 1952 (AJC); Lesson on Landscaping: REAR VIEW NEEDS HELP,” 14 December 1952 (AJC)
 
50“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Pick Red and Green for Garden Scheme,” 21 December 1952 (AJC); “Lesson on Landscaping: NO SHORT CUT TO BEAUTY,” 28 December 1952 (AJC)
 
51“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Plants Ideal Gifts for Yule Season,” 6 December 1953 (AJC); "LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Live Yule Plants Good Next Year,” 13 December 1953 (AJC)
 
52“LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Yule Plant Really May be Narcissus,” 20 December 1953 (AJC); “LESSON ON LANDSCAPING: Sun is Important in Home Planning,” 27 December 1953 (AJC)
 
53“LANDSCAPE LESSON: Top Land Judges are All Too Few,” 5 December 1954 (AJC); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: Christmas Joy Can Grow Forever,” 12 December 1954 (AJC)
 
54“LANDSCAPE LESSON: Grow Your Own Christmas Joy,” 19 December 1954 (AJC); “LANDSCAPE LESSON: New Goals Loom for 'Green' Year,” 26 December 1954 (AJC)
 
55“The Lay of the Land,” 4 December 1955 (EHH); “From the Inside Looking Out,” 11 December 1955 (EHH)
 
56“The Time for Giving,” 18 December 1955 (EHH); “Let's Cut Our Own,” 25 December 1955 (EHH)
 
57“That Finished Look,” 2 December 1956 (EHH); “For Christmas,” 9 December 1956 (EHH); “Where do Plants Look Best?” 16 December 1956 (EHH)
 
58“Watch Out Where You Skimp!” 23 December 1956 (EHH); “Take Care of Your House,” 30 December 1956 (EHH)
 

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161“Patterns and Maturity,” 1 December 1957 (EHH); “Fresh New Houses,” 8 December 1957 (EHH); “Wide Open Property Lines,” 15 December 1957 (EHH)
 
2“Christmas Gifts for Spring,” 22 December 1957 (EHH); “New Year's White Hope,” 29 December 1957 (EHH)
 
3“Good Landscape Needs a Theme,” 7 December 1958 (AJC); “You Must Believe in What You do,” 14 December 1958 (EHH)
 
4“Plans for a Green and Luxuriant Christmas,” 21 December 1958 (EHH); “Your Living and Your Landscape for 1959,” 28 December 1958 (EHH)
 
5“Existing Trees and Shrubs are a Valuable Asset,” 6 December 1959 (EHH); “Plant Now for the Future,” 13 December 1959 (EHH)
 
6“Design for Quick Effects Does Not Stand Up,” 20 December 1959 (EHH); “The Formal and the Informal,” 27 December 1959 (EHH)
 
7“Do Your Homework and Absorb Good Design,” 4 December 1960 (EHH); “Don't Let Winter Close up Your Garden,” 11 December 1960 (EHH)
 
8“Glass Walls Put the Garden on Display,” 18 December 1960 (EHH); “Train Your Eye to be Critical,” 25 December 1960 (EHH)
 
9“What do Your Want at Your House?” 3 December 1961 (EHH); “Bring Your Garden Indoors,” 10 December 1961 (EHH); “Plan for a Garden of Evergreens,” 17 December 1961 (EHH)
 
10“Beauty of Plant and Background Comes About by Hard Work,” 24 December 1961 (EHH); “There are New Faces for 1962,” 31 December 1961 (EHH)
 
11“Plant a Future Skyline,” 2 December 1962 (EHH); “Plan a Woodland Walk,” 9 December 1962 (EHH); “Plan the Design and Placement of Espaliers,” 16 December 1962 (EHH)
 
12“Gardeners Have Long Christmas Lists,” 23 December 1962 (EHH); “Have a Design of White Flowers for the New Year,” 30 December 1962 (EHH)
 
13“Add an Interesting Feature to Enrich a Design,” 1 December 1963 (EHH); “Design a Gate for Your Garden,” 8 December 1963 (EHH)
 
14“Smooth All Rough Edges Before Claiming Your Dream House,” 15 December 1963 (EHH)
 
15“Teamwork Can Change a Weak Design Into a Good One,” 22 December 1963 (EHH); “Plan for Your Garden's Future With Confidence,” 29 December 1963 (EHH)
 
16“This Time of Year Reveals All!” 6 December 1964 (EHH); “Gather up All Loose Ends for a Better Landscape Design,” 13 December 1964 (EHH)
 
17“No Land Area is Impossible for Living,” 20 December 1964 (EHH); “Brace Yourself for a Change in the Landscape,” 27 December 1964 (EHH)
 
18“Give a Piece of Garden Design for Christmas,” 5 December 1965 (EHH); “Keep up the Good Work Once it Has Been Established,” 12 December 1965 (EHH)
 
19“Outdoor Rooms are Good for the Family,” 19 December 1965 (EHH); “It Pays When You Follow the Plan,” 26 December 1965 (EHH)
 
20“Corner Lots Can be Beautiful,” 4 December 1966 (EHH); “Solve a Problem for Christmas,” 11 December 1966 (EHH)
 
21“Plants Respond to Character Parts,” 18 December 1966 (EHH); “I've Always Heard----!” 25 December 1966 (EHH)
 
22“Plan the Setting for Your Whole House,” 3 December 1967 (EHH); “Check Your Tree Man,” 10 December 1967 (EHH); “The Fabulous Greens of Christmas,” 17 December 1967 (EHH)
 
23“Enter With a Flair,” 24 December 1967 (EHH); “The Pleasure is in the Plans,” 31 December 1967 (AJC)
 
24“Green is the Look for the Holidays,” 1 December 1968 (EHH); “Add a Supply of Greenery to Your Holiday Assortment,” 1 December 1968 (AJC)
 
25“Take Your Time,” 8 December 1968 (EHH); “Plan Maintenance is a Crying Need,” 15 December 1968 (EHH)
 
26“Plan Your Dreaming in the Winter,” 22 December 1968 (EHH); “Buy Your Land in Winter to Get a Better Picture,” 22 December 1968 (AJC)
 
27“The Tree Ordinance Has Come Alive,” 29 December 1968 (EHH); “Arborist Brings Landscape Hope,” 29 December 1968 (AJC)
 
28“There is Another World Out There,” 7 December 1969 (EHH); “Winter Green is December's Color,” 14 December 1969 (EHH)
 
29“Fine Design Has Inspiration,” 21 December 1969 (EHH); “Add Extras for Difference,” 21 December 1969 (AJC)
 
30“Don't be a Lonely Gardener,” 28 December 1969 (EHH); “PATCHWORK OF PERSONALITIES: Let Outdoor Design Reflect Family,” 28 December 1969 (AJC)
 
31“The Name of Things to Come,” 6 December 1970 (EHH); “Fashioned Plants Point up Details,” 6 December 1970 (AJC)
 
32“Plant Your Own Private World,” 13 December 1970 (EHH); “SHUT OUT THE STREET: Close Off Private World With a Curtain of Green,” 13 December 1970 (AJC)
 
33“Let Your Light Shine Through the New Year,” 20 December 1970 (EHH); “SUBTLE UNDERSTATED EFFECT: Indirect Glow Solves Lighting Task,” 20 December 1970 (AJC)
 
34“Vines are Pushy Friends,” 27 December 1970 (EHH); “IT BEGS FOR MASTER: Order Ivy's Gymnastics,” 27 December 1970 (AJC)
 
35“A Design With Quality Can Go it Alone,” 5 December 1971 (EHH); “QUALITY FIRST: Quantity Idea Drawback to Many Outdoor Designs,” 5 December 1971 (AJC)
 
36“A Sound Idea With a Pleasing Design Spells Success,” 12 December 1971 (EHH)
 
37“Be Sure Your Design Has Visible Boundaries,” 19 December 1971 (EHH); “Boundary Line Around Home Enhances Sense of Design,” 19 December 1971 (AJC)
 
38“Leave a Good Design Alone,” 26 December 1971 (EHH)
 
39“Every Garden Needs Winter Foliage,” 3 December 1972 (EHH); “Get Them to the Door With an Eyeful of Beauty,” 10 December 1972 (EHH)
 
40“Plan for Sturdy Boundaries on a Corner,” 17 December 1972 (EHH); “House and Lot Should Get Acquainted,” 24 December 1972 (EHH)
 
41“A Good Idea Can Become a Fine Design,” 31 December 1972 (EHH); “SHODDY, SILLY OFTEN SEEN: Sound Design Innovation Can Hold Through Years,” 31 December 1972 (AJC)
 
42“Humps Need a Green Cover,” 2 December 1973 (EHH); “Trees, Ivy Help Mask Bald Hill,” 2 December 1973 (AJC)
 
43“A Small Garden is a Daily Delight,” 9 December 1973 (EHH); “Design Guidelines Spell it Out for You,” 16 December 1973 (EHH); “Design Success Hinges on Basic Guidelines,” 16 December 1973 (AJC)
 
44“Color Keeps Going All Winter,” 23 December 1973 (EHH); “Careful Treatment Adds Beauty to Winter Scene,” 23 December 1973 (AJC); “City Clutter Has a New Look,” 30 December 1973 (EHH)
 
45“Small Design Extras Pay Dividends,” 1 December 1974 (EHH); “Details in Design Reward…” 1 December 1974 (AJC) [incomplete]
 
46“Come Out of the Thicket and Let the House Breathe,” 8 December 1974 (EHH); “WOODED LOT: Clear Thicket, Let House Breathe,” 8 December 1974 (AJC)
 
47“Frame the Plan With Green,” 15 December 1974 (EHH); “Frame Plan in Green; Lot Will Look Spacious,” 15 December 1974 (AJC)
 
48“Grow a Wall and Create a Scene,” 22 December 1974 (EHH); “Wall of Healthy Green Helps to Beautify Yard,” 22 December 1974 (AJC); “Planting and Construction Need Each Other,” 29 December 1974 (EHH)
 
49“The Fourth Season is on Center Stage,” 7 December 1975 (EHH); “Winter Bares Problem Areas,” 7 December 1975 (AJC)
 
50“Balanced Plan Cuts Upkeep,” 14 December 1975 (AJC); “Be Kind to Your View,” 21 December 1975 (EHH)
 
51“Fine Plants Hold All Seasons Together,” 28 December 1975 (EHH); “NO BARE, BLEAK WORLD: Plants Hold Seasons Together,” 28 December 1975 (AJC)
 
52“House and Lot are Friends - Not Enemies,” 5 December 1976 (EHH); “House, Yard Fit Together,” 5 December 1976 (AJC); “A Fine Design Requires a Fine Setting,” 12 December 1976 (EHH)
 
53“Tie Your House to the View,” 19 December 1976 (EHH); “DON'T COMPETE: View Can't Overwhelm House,” 19 December 1976 (AJC)
 
54“A Nothing Garden Can Become a Something Garden,” 26 December 1976 (EHH); “PLAN GARDEN: Flat Planting Leaves All Flat,” 26 December 1976 (AJC)
 
55“A Newtown is in Your Future,” 4 December 1977 (EHH); “BUSINESS BEAUTIFUL: Functional Office Buildings Blossom With Trees, Grass,” 4 December 1977 (AJC)
 
56“A Big Wind Changes Things,” 11 December 1977 (EHH); “STARTING OVER: Lots Ruined by Tornado Grow Back Successfully,” 11 December 1977 (AJC)
 
57“Enclose the Plan and Enjoy,” 18 December 1977 (EHH); “OPEN YOUR EYES! Existing Wall of House Often Serves as Handsome Backdrop,” 18 December 1977 (AJC)
 
58“Create Designs With Plants,” 25 December 1977 (EHH); “Match Plant With Locale,” 25 December 1977 (AJC)
 

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171Landscape Notebooks for Bradley Property, 905 Curlew Court, NW, Atlanta, GA, October 1983- July 1989
 
2Landscape Notebook for Callard Property, 700 West Conway Drive, NW, Atlanta, GA, January 1971
 
3Landscape Notebook for Dalton Property, 2362 Dellwood Drive, NW, Atlanta, GA, May 1971
 
4Landscape Notebook for Dalton Property, 1780 W. Wesley Road, NW, Atlanta, GA, September 1979
 
5Landscape Notebook for Hargrett Property, 4620 Club Valley Drive, NE, Atlanta, GA, July 1973
 
6Landscape Notebook for Hillman Property, 2898 Sequoyah Drive, Atlanta, GA, September 1980
 
7Landscape Notebook for Lockerman Property, 3411 Pinestream Road, NW, Atlanta, GA, June 1969
 
8Landscape Notebook for Obenshain Property, 3055 E. Pine Valley Road, NW, Atlanta, GA, along with receipts for garden installation work, and letter from Edith Henderson, 1965
 
9Landscape Notebook for Ridley Property, 2982 Habersham Road, NW, Atlanta, GA, January 1979
 
10Landscape Notebook for Roush Property, 370 E. Club Drive, Carrollton, GA, 1960s
 
11Landscape Notebook for Wolf Property, 1911 Dellwood Drive, NW, Atlanta, GA, 1956
 

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19-E-718-1Appointment calendar, 1968
 

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19-E-718-2Appointment calendar, 1969
 

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19-E-718-3Appointment calendar, 1970
 

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19-E-718-4Appointment calendar, 1971
 

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19-E-718-5Appointment calendar, 1972
 

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19-E-718-6Appointment calendar, 1973
 

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19-E-718-7Appointment calendar, 1974
 

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19-E-719-1Appointment calendar, 1975
 

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19-E-719-2Appointment calendar, 1976
 

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19-E-719-3Appointment calendar, 1977
 

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19-E-719-4Appointment calendar, 1978
 

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19-E-719-5Appointment calendar, 1979
 

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19-E-719-6Appointment calendar, 1980
 

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19-E-719-7Appointment calendar, 1981
 

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19-E-719-8Appointment calendar, 1982
 

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19-E-720-1Appointment calendar, 1983
 

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19-E-720-2Appointment calendar, 1984
 

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19-E-720-3Appointment calendar, 1985
 

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19-E-720-4Appointment calendar, 1986
 

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19-E-720-5Appointment calendar, 1988
 

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19-E-720-6Appointment calendar, 1989
 

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19-E-720-7Appointment calendar, 1991
 

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19-E-720-8Appointment calendar, 1993