A whimsical urban farm in Connecticut
This backyard garden reflects the intersection of nature and art the juxtaposition of intended and organic and the relationship of aesthetics and efficiency. This structure is also very personalized and experimental with daring, present-day, dynamic gestures in the form of structural plant product and an infusion of landscape artwork. Hedges and kinds of hornbeam, beech, yew and boxwood, and masses of herbaceous crops are used to composition these garden spaces. All are developed to emphasize seasonality, color and light-weight, with these features altering from 1 area to the subsequent. The combination and diversity of plant everyday living not only creates a visually placing four-period yard, but also serves to support colonies of honeybees hived on the home and all other creatures that pass by way of this suburban back garden. The backyard garden’s id derives from juxtaposed plantings and inventive things with unique sculptures. The property has a big edible backyard of organic creation, a meadow and substantial swaths of massive herbaceous plants.
An additional unquestionably beautiful outside space made by James Doyle Design Associates, in collaboration with Mockler Taylor Architects, Derosa Builders with photos by Allegra Anderson and Neil Landino.