One hedge led to another. Not only did the partitions block the cockeyed geometry, but the divisions created defined garden areas, laying a foundation for beautifully structured gardens. Next, charming gates, local New Hampshire granite, and garden accents were incorporated. In summer, the statuary and stone warmly intermingle with the lush greenery, flowering blossoms, and vegetable produce. In winter, these structural accents, outlined in a blanket of snow, lend a stately ambience to the grounds.
Joe has finessed the scene so that silky white flat surfaces play against textural highlights. “Snow is the sugar coating,” Paula enthuses. “I can’t wait to get outside to see how it glistens on the fences and crystallizes on the boughs.”