Glenn Hillman reinterprets and restores his garden.
Author: Tovah Martin
The verdant property hums with activity.
The intricate details and the sumptuous setting are simply stunning.
A gardener in Claverack pieces together paradise, with an eye toward the bigger picture.
At Highmeadows, Linda Allard designs a runway of a different stripe.
Beauty experts Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz take on 10 overgrown acres and a crumbling Greek Revival near Hudson.
A multilayered garden is stewarded into the future.
The goal was to create a garden that felt like it had inhabited the place forever, so a team of landscape designers was brought in to deliver these deep roots on demand.
Buddy Nixon sculpts trees to captivate throughout the year.
Mary Stambaugh's spin on gardening is a healthy brew of carefree abandon combined with rustic structure.
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.
The rolling meadows spoke to Debbie and Tom Meek the moment they saw the property.
Wander to your left, and the air is infused with dozens of aromatic roses. Wander to your right, and a rare American wisteria and 10 varieties of clematis clamber the garage walls.
Plants tumble joyously into one another like one big happy family.
For Mark Drendel, the ringside seat to a hayfield framing the Shepaug River brought him back to his childhood on his family’s Tennessee farm and he fell for this Litchfield County house. He couldn’t resist the relaxed allure of rocking chairs and a porch swing. The full ambiance of the one-acre property clinched the deal when Drendel and his partner, Chad Conway, bought the Roxbury home in 2002.