“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.

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“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.

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“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.