Modeling a New England garden on a 17th-century French maze.
Site planning and the architecture of outdoor spaces.
An award-winning landscape designer’s own extensive gardens reflect two decades of cultivation and care.
True Colonial-era gardens were practical, rarely ornamental, and relied on edible and medicinal plants.
The current owners are well aware of the history of this Circa 1850 Italianate house, where their own heirlooms and collections have come gently to rest.
Emerging out of mud and stumps, a pretty garden flourishes around an 1835 Greek Revival farmhouse.
New England landscape designer Andrew Grossman bought his house, a 19th-century Cape, strictly for the lot.
Janice Parker revives a historical landscape to its former beauty by using classical and romantic design inspiration.
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