Disciples of the True Church

December 1996
Garden Design;Dec96/Jan97, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p44
The article discusses the significance of the architectural landscape garden in Kentfield, California, made by Thomas D. Church in the 1950's. Accordingly, a couple, Harley Jessup and Ann Jessup, wants to buy the house because of the garden. It stresses that reviving an old garden is difficult especially for a young couple that is new to gardening and are busy in their career. However, the garden seemed tailor-made for them even though they acquired it after four decades.


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