Cindy Lincoln design portfolio
Projects included represent work completed at the following times &
Robbins & Associates International 2009
Homewood Garden Center 2009
Wake Technical Community College 2009
Elam, Todd & d’Ambrosi 2006-2008
North Carolina State University 2002
PLEASE NOTE: All work presented is my own, however, many
projects are the result of important collaborations between
various team members including clients, landscape architects
& designers, engineers, planners, CAD designers and interns.
The title of each page describes the type of work I provided for
the project shown.
HAND GRAPHICS: DRAWING & RENDERING DONE IN MIKE LIN’S COURSE
COMPASS POINTE Notes: The optimal time for installing woody plants is fall (October) through mid-summer GRASS SEED MIXES:
RECOMMENDED POND PLANTING (July). Full size trees and very large woody shrubs should not be planted on embankments. For
FOR STORMWATER, WASTEWATER & CANALS mosquito control, AVOID dense wooded overstory. Note: Application method can be hand seed, broadcast or hydroseed. Seed should be applied at
(Use Key indicated on the left for attached planting templates) a rate of 15 lbs per acre (or as directed by seed supplier) and covered with light straw mulch, if
B. SHRUBS: necessary. Seed mixes from Ernst Conservation Seeds can be custom-blended depending on
Install shrubs in odd-numbered groups or masses using the recommended spacing location and/or Audubon recommendations.
A. PLANTS for shelf area: shown.
Notes: Recommended spacing
• Vegetated shelf should be 10’ wide on all sides of main pond. Inside edge of shelf should (O.C. = on center) D. Naturalized Areas:
be 6” below permanent pool elevation and outside edge should be 6” above permanent American Cyrilla, TiTi Cyrilla racemiflora 10’ O.C.
pool elevation. Buttonbush Cephalanthus occidentalis 5’ O.C. D-1. NC Coastal Plain Upland Mix (ERNX-300 Ernst Conservation Seeds) good for dry
• Do not plant shallow water zones with seed; plugs or container-grown material should Elderberry Sambucus canadensis 10’ O.C. pond banks
be used. Gallberry Ilex coriacea 10’ O.C. D-2. NC Coastal Plain FACW Mix (ERNX-302 Ernst Conservation Seeds) for wetland
• Plants within the shelf zone should not be flooded (submerged under water) until 2 weeks Inkberry Ilex glabra 3’ O.C. areas
(minimum) after planting to allow for root establishment. Lyonia lucida Fetterbush 3’ O.C.
D-3. NC Coastal Plain Riparian Buffer Mix (ERNX-301 Ernst Conservation Seeds) for
• The optimal time for installing the plants listed below is spring (March) Possumhaw Viburnum nudum 10’ O.C.
through mid-summer (July). Red Chokeberry Aronia arbutifolia 5’ O.C.
• Local plant sources should be used to ensure that plant material is well adapted to site. Silky Dogwood Cornus amomum 10’ O.C. D-4. Southeast Wildflower Mix (Ernst Conservation Seeds)
• Shelf zones should be planted with at least 5 of the species listed below, with no more Summersweet Clethra alnifolia 5’ O.C.
Swamp rose Rosa palustris 5’ O.C.
than 30% of any single species. Unless otherwise noted, plants can be spaced 2’ apart.
Sweetspire Itea virginica 5’ O.C.
E. High Visibility Areas:
Wax myrtle Morella cerifera 10’ O.C. Combination of Hybrid Bermuda (such as Tifway 419), Blue stem, Switchgrass and
BEST: Love grass. Wildflowers optional. If the area is seeded, groupings of container-grown
Softstem Bulrush* Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani ornamental grasses may be added later once seeded grasses/wildflowers are established.
Pickerel Weed* Pontedaria cordata C. TREES: Suggested ornamental grasses: Muhly grass, River Oats, Crown grass.
Broadleaf Arrowhead* Sagittaria latifolia
Bulltongue Arrowhead* Sagittaria lancifolia Bald cypress Taxodium distichum
Burreed Sparganium spamericanum Black gum Nyssa sylvatica F. For pond areas adjacent to golf holes:
Lizard’s Tail Saururus cernuus Loblolly Bay Gordonia lasianthus Bermuda (unless hybrid), Annual Rye and/or KY31 Tall Fescue should NOT be used.
Woolgrass Scirpus cyperinus Longleaf pine Pinus palustris
Sedge Carex spp. Overcup oak Quercus lyrata
Common Rush Juncus spp. Red maple Acer rubrum
G. For wetland buffer or stream corridor areas between golf holes (plant height should not
*Recommended for Mosquito control; these plants attract mosquito predators such as exceed 2’):
River birch Betula nigra
dragonflies. Swamp dogwood Cornus stricta NC Coastal Plain Upland MODIFIED Mix ERNX-300
Swamp tupelo Nyssa biflora NC Coastal Plain Riparian MODIFIED Mix ERNX-301
GOOD: Sweetbay Magnolia virginiana
Arrow Arum Peltandra virginica
Swamp milkweed Asclepias incarnata
Blue Flag Iris Iris virginica or versicolor
Cardinal Flower Lobelia cardinalis
Hibiscus Hibiscus moscheutos and H. grandiflorus
Swamp Rose Rosa palustris
Joe-pye Weed Eupatorium purpureum
STORM WATER POND PLANT RECOMMENDATIONS
PHOTO TAKEN AFTER LANDSCAPE INSTALLED
Oakwood Inn Design Project Gary & Doris Jurkiewicz
Concept: A Garden of Indulgence
Embracing masses of flowers. Tapestries of fragrant vines.
Jungles of deep green foliage.
Carpets of brightly colored blooms.
The design incorporates elements of a mid to late Victorian era garden and
creates a special landscape where guests can feel the guilty pleasure
of doing absolutely nothing.
HISTORIC GARDEN DESIGN
NC STATE LANDSCAPE HORTICULTURE PROGRAM
Duke Health Raleigh Hospital Main Building Front Renovation
Brickman Designer: C. Lincoln
THE BRICKMAN GROUP, LTD. RALEIGH DUKE HOSPITAL
Landscape Architects/Contractors/Horticultural Services
BUTTERFLY GARDEN DESIGN
PROJECT WAS FINALIST IN
2005 CORPORATE CEO EHS EXCELLENCE AWARD PROGRAM-ENVIRONMENT CATEGORY
Duke Health Raleigh Hospital Flagpole Area Design
Brickman Designer: C. Lincoln
Digital Imaging of Design
Before Installation After Installation
RALEIGH DUKE HOSPITAL