A sense of place and a sense of time

Creating a North Country Garden feels ‘at home’ in its world

New England’s rich history and spectacular landscape—with its mountains, farms and canopied forests– inspires gardens that echo this wider world.

To the keen observer our rural landscape encompasses an abundance of images: a small farms with weathered barns; a curving fields edged with tall grasses;  the forest floor carpeted with spring wild flowers; a narrow trail through the woods; a surprising stone wall that is a remnant of farmland lost; a winding country road and the unexpected vista.

 

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Discover how to make a garden that is in harmony with the surrounding woods and fields, while never intruding upon them.

 

 Discover too how images of our natural landscape—such as the ones on this page— can help us create a garden that is imbued with feeling of belonging and reflects New England’s natural world—

a garden with a sense of place and a sense of time.

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