Bobbie Burdick has been designing Maine landscapes for 13 years. She managed a five-year restoration of a Frederick Law Olmsted estate as well as restoration of several Beatrix Farrand gardens—projects that honed her expertise in historically sensitive planting design. She is an experienced horticulturist dedicated to preserving our native flora. She uses weathered boulders from blueberry fields to sculpt built and natural environments into seamless landscapes of lasting beauty. Bobbie holds B.S. degrees in Landscape Architecture and Horticulture from the University of Connecticut. She is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Maine Preservation, the Arnold Arboretum, the Garden Conservancy, the New England Wild Flower Society, the American Horticultural Society, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, and Friends of Acadia.

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one of Bobbie's projects