The OHJ editors and writer Tovah Martin share their favorite old-house gardening books.
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.
Roses climbing the arbor, brick paths through the perennials, and a sundial: Colonial Revival gardens are the definition of Americana.
Saving viewscapes through visionary gardening by owners of an 1830s farmhouse in the Hudson River Valley.
Texture and color in the autumn garden.
Behind stone walls, discovered in a maze of boxwood hedges, the gardens at Stone Acres Farm seem to come from a forgotten past.
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.
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