Ensuring that art placed in the garden and not seemed forced is an art in itself. Owners of Bedrock Gardens in Lee, New Hampshire share 5 things to consider when adding art to the garden, where their motto is; pretty’s not enough – make it work for you.
Outstanding in the Field offers diners the chance to reconnect with fresh food by local farms and meet new friends. This open-air restaurant takes place in some of the most beautiful settings a fine meal has ever seen, with communal tables set in bountiful orchards, farm fields, ranches, barns, greenhouses, and even sea coves and mountaintops. Find out where their next stop near you will be in this article.
A garden gate is a portal that signifies a transition into a new space and experience. Like Alice looking down the rabbit hole, a gate leads us from the known to the unknown. And, like that rabbit hole, if you elongate or accentuate the portal, it makes the transition even more tantalizing. Here is a variety of garden gate styles that illustrate the “power of the portal.”
Bursting into bloom just as winter takes over, witch hazel not only offers hope that spring is on the way with its fragrant bright blooms, but also offers time-honored healing qualities that make these east coast natives a tonic for the body and soul.
On Fishers Island, off the Connecticut coast, Tom and Bunty Armstrong took the opportunity to build a house to complement their garden, after a fire destoryed their original home. Photographs of the stunning garden and the new house.