No garden without its weeds.

Flipped House is a two-story residence with a modern, turnkey design located in a neighborhood dominated by more traditional architecture. The team at Atelier RZLBD renovated an existing brick bungalow in Ontario, Canada, and added a second level to the structure. The project gets its name from its unconventional “flipped” layout. While a typical dwelling keeps […]

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San Diego Spring Home/Garden Show

  • Garden Masters Judges
    Each year the San Diego Horticultural Society invites a panel of judges for the garden displays, who are experts in their fields of design and horticulture. This year the panel includes:
  • David Clarke
    Association of Professional Landscape Designers, San Diego Chapter David Clarke, APLD, is a native Southern Californian and has been inspired by the climate, terrain, and lifestyles of this unique region since childhood. He founded David Clarke Design in 2009 to offer clients quality landscape design services that reflect this appreciation and understanding of our Mediterranean […]
  • Michael Brennan
    American Society of Landscape Architects, San Diego Chapter Michael Brennan is co-owner of Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture with William Carson Joyce, his East Coast partner. Carson Douglas is a boutique design firm focusing on high-end residential and commercial clients in Southern California and New England. “Working on both coasts represents certain challenges in adapting to the regional aspect of projects, but […]
  • Steve Gerischer
    Pacific Horticulture Society Steve Gerischer, an award-winning landscape designer, teacher, and former president of the Southern California Horticulture Society, has been gardening locally since childhood. He has appeared on HGTV’s ‘Landscaper’s Challenge (where his was the design chosen and installed) and formerly worked and lectured at Smith & Hawken in Beverly Hills, and Hortus, in Pasadena. […]
  • Frank Mitzel
    San Diego Horticultural Society Frank Mitzel is the current President of the 1100 member San Diego Horticultural Society.  Frank received his Bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture from Texas A&M in 1981 and has been designing both commercial and residential landscaping projects for over 35 years in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe through his […]