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.
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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