Sculpting the Land - Creating Gilded Age Gardens

Have you ever wondered how the beautiful gardens and landscapes at Florham were designed? 

Join the Friends on April 29, 2018 for a lecture by trustee Ed Zimmermann about Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect of Central Park, and his approach to professionalizing the work of the landscape architect.  With Florham as an example, Zimmermann will share the significance of Olmsted’s systematic approach to design, management, and execution, the work of other landscape architects at Florham, and their importance as pioneers in the industry.

Ed Zimmerman has been involved in the landscape industry for 38 years, is currently Branch Manager at Davey Tree Management and is on the FDU team.

The Monninger Center/Orangerie at Florham 

April 29, 2018 1:00pm. Light refreshments 

$20 Admission

$10 FDU Faculty and Staff 

Free for Students with I.D. 

Please register online

Contact Information
  1. Friends of Florham
  2. friendsofflorham@gmail.com
Sun, April 29
1:00 pm — 2:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 04/29/2018 1:00pm 04/29/2018 2:00pm America/New_York Sculpting the Land - Creating Gilded Age Gardens

Have you ever wondered how the beautiful gardens and landscapes at Florham were designed?

Join the Friends on April 29, 2018 for a lecture by trustee Ed Zimmermann about Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect of Central Park, and his approach to professionalizing the work of the landscape architect. With Florham as an example, Zimmermann will share the significance of Olmsted’s ...

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The Monninger Center/The Orangerie at Fairleigh Dickinson University Madison Campus

Fairleigh Dickinson University 285 Madison Avenue
Madison, NJ 07940

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