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John Gwynne

John Gwynne is a landscape architect who splits his gardening time between New York City and Little Compton, Rhode Island.

  • How-To

    A Hole in Every Host Plant

    Many gardeners want immaculate foliage, but to us perfect foliage means there aren’t enough caterpillars munching leaves to produce the diaphanous moths and bright-colored butterflies that we want. Many folks…

  • Design

    Designing a Stylish Pollinator Garden

    A few years ago, in an effort to try to help dwindling butterfly and bee populations, my partner Mikel and I plowed up an acre of invasive bittersweet on the…

  • Design

    Pollinators’ Favorite Nectar Plants

    The first spring in the pollinator garden we planted more than two thousand plugs and were itchy to see results. But not much insect activity happened at first. Plants were…