A whimsical urban farm in Connecticut

This backyard garden displays the intersection of nature and art the juxtaposition of created and organic and the relationship of aesthetics and efficiency. This style and design is also very private and experimental with bold, up to date, dynamic gestures in the variety of structural plant substance and an infusion of landscape artwork. Hedges and sorts of hornbeam, beech, yew and boxwood, and masses of herbaceous vegetation are made use of to structure these backyard areas. All are designed to emphasize seasonality, shade and light-weight, with these characteristics shifting from a single area to the following. The mixture and diversity of plant daily life not only makes a visually putting 4-season back garden, but also serves to assist colonies of honeybees hived on the house and all other creatures that move via this suburban yard. The backyard&#8217s identification derives from juxtaposed plantings and inventive factors with distinct sculptures. The property has a substantial edible back garden of organic creation, a meadow and big swaths of massive herbaceous plants.
Yet another completely attractive outdoor room intended by James Doyle Style and design Associates, in collaboration with Mockler Taylor Architects, Derosa Builders with pictures by Allegra Anderson and Neil Landino.