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Nicole Juday

Rittenhouse Pop-Up Garden Delights

Rittenhouse Pop-Up Garden Delights

August 2, 2012  |  Vantage

Unpretentious, engaging, and fun, says landscape writer Nicole Juday, on the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's pop-up garden near Rittenhouse Square > more

In Roxborough, Reinventing Philadelphia's Oldest Industry

In Roxborough, Reinventing Philadelphia’s Oldest Industry

May 23, 2012  |  Makin' It

Nicole Juday visits the city's only commercial plant grower, Love 'N Fresh Flowers, the vertically-integrated, sustainable cut flower business that's helping restore Philadelphia's horticultural presence--and transform the wasteful wedding industry > more

At Awbury, The Landscape And The Ideals Persist

At Awbury, The Landscape And The Ideals Persist

May 2, 2012  |  Vantage

Landscape lyricist Nicole Juday explores Germantown's remarkable Awbury Arboretum, one of the few historically significant public landscapes that have endured in Philadelphia > more

In Fairmount Park, Discovering Lost Landscapes

In Fairmount Park, Discovering Lost Landscapes

March 28, 2012  |  Vantage

Veteran garden and horticulture writer Nicole Juday debuts a new column on Philadelphia's lost landscapes by digging through time and space around West Fairmount Park's Horticultural Center > more