Balsam and holly collected nearby, strings of cranberries, feather trees, bits of bauble tucked amidst the china—traditional holiday decorating in a ca. 1700 house unscathed by time.
A cottage garden ends up being a couple’s happy place.
Saving viewscapes through visionary gardening by owners of an 1830s farmhouse in the Hudson River Valley.
Texture and color in the autumn garden.
A hardworking and resilient garden was created to compliment this 1850s New England farmhouse.
Decorating your garden in antiques can provide anything from a relaxing place to sit to an eye-catching piece that draws attention to new blooms.
There’s architecture in the garden . . . and flowers and wicker and birdhouses indoors.
Guy Wolff gets his ideas from terra cotta pottery he sees in paintings and at Monticello.
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