A Country-French Garden with Rooted Inheritance


Korean boxwoods define a knot garden, accented by a 200-year-old French garden sculpture and roses from the Cornay family home. In addition to building a new house on the site, the Cornays embarked on creating a larger garden that would integrate the old plants with new ones. It would also feature flowers and shrubs from his family home in Lafayette, Louisiana. With the help of landscape architect Jane Reed Ross, they created an informal Country-French-style garden designed for strolling.