Editing the woodland ala Rick Darke - your experiences
Recently, I have been drawn away from perennial gardens towards wilder woodland gardens. But not so much the "lots of natives and flowering woodland shade plants and hostas" type of woodland garden, but rather the aesthetic editing of natural woodland areas.
Rick Darke's work would be exemplary of this sort of "garden." I heard him speak at a conference 2 years ago and have his book on the American woodland garden.
I have found a first gardening client who is interested in this approach. I hope to have others and have changed my advertising and business card to reflect this new(to me) approach to gardens here in shady, wooded NH.
Does anyone have experience or interest in this sort of work as a home owner or garden/landscape designer? Stories to tell?