Diane Bilgore unearths a garden’s history and secrets, then restores it to its former grandeur.
Take a tour of a gorgeous 30-acre Connecticut garden, featuring elements holistic elements from Japanese gardening.
When interior designer Debra Blair found Linden Hill Farm, magic struck and she knew she had to have it.
This historic landscape was originally laid out by Marian Coffin, one of the country's most fabled early female garden architects whose client list included the Vanderbilts and du Ponts.
Simply described, the garden reflects the intersection of nature and art.
A surprising number of green spaces thrive in New York’s concrete jungle, but this one almost never saw the light of day.
The clients wanted the house to fit in the vernacular of Connecticut but with a younger outlook.
The rolling meadows spoke to Debbie and Tom Meek the moment they saw the property.
Seldom do you find a garden whose beauty responds so directly to the wide-open sky of Northern California.
At Linda Horn’s garden in Spencertown, the grass is always greener—and then some.
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