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Professional Planting Design: An Architectural and Horticultural Approach for Creating Mixed Bed Plantings
By Scott C. Scarfone, ASLA, PLA, principal at and founder of Oasis Design Group
The book earned a Merit Award from the Maryland/Potomac Chapters of the American Society of Landscape Architects and is used as a textbook at colleges and universities worldwide. The book’s publisher is John Wiley & Sons.
“Great Urban Streets” by Scott C. Scarfone, ASLA, PLA, principal at Oasis Design Group; Maryland Architect published by The American Institute of Architects Maryland Chapter; June 14, 2016. Oasis’ principal outlines attributes, requirements, and contributing qualities of signature streets or great streets. Image is of Oasis’ award-winning streetscape design in Chicago.
“Take It From the Top”, Landscape Architect and Specifier News, October 2014 issue, pages 48-54. It is an in-depth look at Oasis’ award-winning rooftop healing garden at Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center in Maryland (formerly named Shady Grove Adventist Hospital).
“Riverfront Brownfield Renatured”, Landscape Architect and Specifier News, October 2013 issue, pages 66-74. Oasis Design Group serves as the landscape architect and transforms a former post-industrial riverfront brownfield into a vibrant mixed-use urban community and an award-winning project.
“Hospital Rooftop Gardens Benefit Patients, Improve Environment”, Healthcare Design, December 17, 2012. Oasis Design Group serves as the landscape architect and transforms a barren rooftop into a healing garden.
“Money Does Grow on Trees: Garden Spaces that Generate Earned Income Through Special Event Rentals”, Public Garden, volume 25, number 2, 2010, pages 17-19.
“Report Card Assessment-Measuring A Garden’s Performance” , Public Garden, volume 19, number 4, 2004, pages 20-21.
“Naturalizing Spring Bulbs.” Breck’s Bulb Catalogue, fall 2003.
“Restorative Gardens-Metaphorically Transcending the Human Experience of Life” Chapter 35: design abstract, 307. Interaction by Design: Bringing People and Plants Together for Health and Well-Being: An International Symposium, Editor-in-chief Candice A. Shoemaker and Associate Editors Elizabeth R. Messer Diehl … [et al.], 2002.
“Fragrance and Texture in Public Garden Design.” Public Garden, volume 15, number 2, 2000, pages 15-18.
“Implementing the Master Plan: A Discussion of the Master Planning Process”, Public Garden, volume 14, number 1, 1999, pages 14-16 and 19-21.