Sandy Clinton is a landscape architect who has been designing and building gardens across the country for over 30 years. Her extraordinary experiences enhance her two current garden and plant-related talks: Gardens Transformed, and Potage Gardens.
Gardens Transformed is a photo essay of the work of the award winning design firm, Clinton & Associates Landscape Architects. Gorgeous photography is used to describe the design process of turning ordinary spaces into extraordinary gardens and landscapes. Sandy Clinton enhances the imagery with delightful stories of progress and problems along the way to great success.
Everyone loves a vegetable garden! Potage Gardens will fill you with exciting and exceptional examples of Potage Gardens from around the world. The photo documented talk begins with a brief history of potage gardens followed with a discussion of the variety and uses of building materials and design decisions made when creating one's own food/fruit garden. Numerous design examples will excite you to begin creating your own garden-of-plenty!
Potage Garden Design
Peter Kremers from Frederick Mary.and - 09/12/2015 16:46:44
Sandy gives an organized and inspiring talk. Her talk was the best I've seen in years. I Highly recommend her.
Jay Sifford from Charlotte, NC - 05/07/2015 19:32:57
I heard Sandy speak at the Davidson Symposium. I'd seen her work on Houzz and was impressed, but, after hearing her speak, I was even more impressed. Her knowledge, the photographs she used in her presentation, her speaking ability and her wit made her presentation the highlight of the symposium, in my opinion. I hope to be able to hear her again in the near future. The inspiration I received from her presentation is still with me and will undoubtedly influence my landscape designs in the future. Thanks Sandy!
Cindy McIntosh from Davidson, NC - 04/29/2015 16:47:19
The Davidson Horticultural Symposium sponsored by the Davidson Garden Club was pleased to host Sandra Clinton as one of our speakers on March 3, 2015. The theme was “Planting Outside the Lines” with the focus on landscape architecture and horticulture. Sandy’s presentation was appropriate for our audience, on topic, and provided many insightful, unique, and fresh ways to approach landscape design. Her power point slides were excellent. Sandy was approachable and engaged with the attendees during breaks and lunch. She spent time answering questions and helping others select books from our bookseller’s overwhelming selection.
The 440 attendees represented a wide range interests from backyard gardeners, to master gardeners, to horticulture instructors and their students, to nursery owners, to landscape designers and architects. Her reviews were outstanding.