Piet Oudolf

Plantsman & Plant Designer

(from Oudolf Hummelo)
Piet Oudolf is a renowned Dutch garden and landscape designer at the forefront of the New Perennial movement. Over the course of his thirty-year career, he has constructed dozens of private and corporate gardens, and collaborated on public spaces throughout the world, including the celebrated High Line in New York City, Lurie Garden at Millennium Park in Chicago, and temporary installations for the Venice Biennale and the Serpentine Gallery pavilion. He was awarded the highest cultural honor in The Netherlands, the Prince Bernhard Culture prize, in 2013.

Recent Publications:
(with Noel Kingsbury)

  • Designing with Plants
  • Planting Design ‘Planting in Time and Space’
  • Landscapes in Landscapes
  • Planting ‘A New Perspective’
  • Oudolf-Hummelo

(with Michael King)

  • Designing with Grasses

(with Henk Gerritsen)

  • Dreamplants for the Natural Garden
  • Planting the Natural Garden