Carnegie Hill House, NY by Nelson Byrd Woltz.Black locust timber slabs take you to an oversized woven chair (the ‘nest’) surrounded by ferns. Opposite, orthogonal pavers lead to a re-circulating fountain bringing sound and movement into the garden.
The same is true of the clipped edges of these topiary balls. The hydrangeas are the Grace Kelly to their Fred Astaire. Modern Country Style: Hydrangeas, Topiary And Boxwood In The Modern Country Garden Click thro
The unique growing habit of Japanese forestgrass makes it ideal for planting underneath taller, upright shrubs such as 'Hellmond Pillar' barberry. Japanese forestgrass grows best in shade and often turns shades of red, pink, and orange in autumn.