The event, which is open to the public, will take place Oct. 25, at 6 p.m., in Tate Hall (inside the Overcash Building), on the campus of Central Piedmont Community College. Parking is available at the Student/Faculty deck off 4th Street.
During her trip, Miller will also meet with Park and Recreation’s Horticulture staff to relate her approach to various landscape design challenges.
About Lynden Miller
Lynden B. Miller is a public garden designer in New York City and director of The Conservatory Garden in Central Park, which she rescued and restored beginning in 1982. Her work includes gardens for The Central Park Zoo, Bryant Park, The New York Botanical Garden, Madison Square Park, and Wagner Park in Battery Park City as well as many smaller projects in all five boroughs and beyond, including waterfront gardens in Red Hook, Brooklyn, improvements to Union Square Park and the 97th Street Park Avenue Mall, renovation of the “Gateway to Harlem” Broadway Mall at 135th Street, Loeb Plaza for Hunter College, the 67th Street Armory, and the completion of a garden design for the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
Miller has designed and enhanced the campus landscapes at Princeton University, Stony Brook University, and Columbia University, where she continues to work on new projects. Most recent projects include the Chelsea Cove Entry Garden at Hudson River Park, the British Garden at Hanover Square, and the reinvigoration of the Heather Garden at Fort Tryon Park.
For additional information, visit www.publicgardendesign.com