Just like the title says, here is even more Bunny for you. That's Bunny Williams, fabled American interior designer. I visited her garden in June, as part of the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program. The garden has beautiful bones, with brick and stone-paved areas, often edged with boxwood. There are beautiful evergreen topiaries as well. Also shown in these photos are two of the porches, with fabulous antique garden furniture and ornaments. In addition to her design business, Ms. Williams has a store called Treillage, which sells antique and modern garden accessories. Lastly, there are a few photos of the small water feature, complete with giant koi.
I've still got at least one more Bunny post, and two other gardens from my visit to Connecticut. In the meantime, how is your weather these days? We've finally gotten a break from the horrible heat wave, and have had a few beautiful summer days. A few days of rain have helped to replenish the aquifers, too. Oh, and we have tomatoes! I planted a few tomatoes in containers on the deck, and we harvested our first cherry tomatoes last week. I know some of you have big beautiful vegetable and flower gardens, but here in New Jersey, we fight constantly to save our gardens from the enormous deer population. So we look upon our harvest with particular joy. :)
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