Author: Susan Tamulevich

Alice Cooke delivers a rock-solid landscape design.

Redone on a grand scale, this Greenwich landscape evokes the timeless noblesse of an Old World estate.

When you walk outside this Connecticut home, you feel the magic.

Principal James Doyle's design was inspired by the former owner, American Impressionist painter John Henry Twachtman.

Trial, error and a little help from friends keep Chris Thurlow's vibrant garden thriving.

This is a garden of motion and light, capable to taking one’s breath away.

If you’re a hard-core garden Anglophile and a sucker for the tumbling cacophony of lush mixed borders barely contained within a tidy pattern of low, clipped box, then this is the garden for you. Jane Ellsworth’s Garden has the breezy confidence of a seasoned traveler and the subtle eye of a true artist.

If you’re a hard-core garden Anglophile and a sucker for the tumbling cacophony of lush mixed borders barely contained within a tidy pattern of low, clipped box, then this is the garden for you. Jane Ellsworth’s Garden has the breezy confidence of a seasoned traveler and the subtle eye of a true artist.

Seven years ago, Casey and Chuck Berg purchased Turkey Hill in Westport. There are certain specific, unavoidable issues involved with taking ownership of—without a doubt—the most-photographed garden in the universe. Simply put, no one wants to be the person who killed Martha’s garden.

This little-known gem boasts serene waterfront gardens alongside heavenly views of the Sound. All are welcome to visit this 11-acre island, which is home to the Society of St. Edmund, an order of Catholic priests and brothers.