Los Angeles Times. April 12, 2014. By Anne Colby: Rustic Canyon’s sylvan beauty and funky charm cast its spell on Jill Soffer a dozen years ago. She liked the neighborhood’s relaxed environment and abundance of sycamore trees and purchased a home there in 2002.
Dwell on Design Blog. February 13, 2014. Sarah Amandolare: Sarah questions Cassy Aoyagi about the balance between the science of sustainability and the demands of design in creating optimal landscapes.
Los Angeles Times. November 9, 2013. Cassy Aoyagi: Question: When I moved to Northridge in 1951, every nursery carried flats of lippia, a cheap, tough, drought-resistant ground cover and lawn substitute. When I ordered it at a nursery, it took months to get, in spite of the fact that it is grown in Northern California, and it was expensive. Do you know why it has disappeared?