is David Culp's beloved 2-acre Pennsylvania
garden where he mastered the design technique of layering — interplanting many different species in the same area so that as
one plant passes its peak, another takes over. The result is a
nonstop parade of color that begins with a tapestry of heirloom
daffodils and hellebores in spring and ends with a jewel-like
blend of Asian wildflowers at the onset of winter.