Sunday, November 25, 2012

Mosaic Monday: More Architect's Garden









As promised, here is the third part of my visit to the Architect's Garden in Pottersville, New Jersey.  These photos show the front of the house and part of the potager.  The bones of this extensive garden are so beautiful, with the paths of belgian block and the extensive collection of boxwood.

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26 comments:

  1. How beautiful, Mary. There's something about the design that makes me think of the lovely book I'm reading right now - The Moreville Hours. It's the story of a garden, and I'm sure you'd love it.

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  2. What a lovely garden! The fountain is one of my favorites. Beautiful photos, Mary! Have a great week ahead!

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  3. I could easily live in a place like this with a crew of gardeners keeping the place in magazine worthy condition. Thanks for sharing these beautiful grounds and buildings with us.
    Judith

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  4. I love seeing these gorgeous gardens you bring to us - thank you! Thank you for hosting Mosaic Monday again. I hope all goes well with you and yours and you are picking up after the storms. Have a wonderful week.

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  5. The colors are wonderful...the tawny ones, golds, and greens. Very lovely still.

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  6. This is a very beautiful place. I love the paver stones and it's so beautifully laid out. Enjoy the week! Pamela

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  7. Such beautiful textures - the pattern of the stone, the clipped boxwood, the lovely seed pod. A truly beautiful garden.

    Have a wonderful week, Mary. Thank you once again for hosting Mosaic Monday.

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  8. It's nice to see photos of this pretty place when it's getting gray outside most everywhere. We even had a frost here in Florida last night! Happy Monday!

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  9. Uma casa preciosa. Tudo em perfeita harmonia.
    Tenha uma ├│tima semana.

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  10. How lovely and such a contrst to the high desert of Oregon. We have had snow off and on and it's a wintry day.
    Tthank you for hosting and sharing your beautiful surroundings.
    Blessings,
    Carolynn

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  11. WOW! What a magnificent place. I love thwe cobbletone path. Beautiful!

    I hope you had a very happy Thanksgiving, Mary!

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  12. I am enjoying your garden visit series. Love joining in.
    Joy

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  13. What a beautiful place - Thanks for sharing your visit there!
    I did not get a mosaic together to share this week, but want to say thanks for hosting again this week.
    Have a great week.

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  14. Mary,

    What beautiful photos and what a beautiful spot. It is so nice to see some green and flowers when mine are all but gone.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers

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  15. Hi Susan,

    What a beautiful place! The stone work is gorgeous and the design is fantastic. I love the formal look. Thank you for hosting.

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  16. what a beautiful garden! great pics too :)

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  17. Mary, what a beautiful place!!! You captured it in all it's lovely elegance! Those cobblestone pavers are gorgeous!!!
    Now off to do some visiting!

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  18. That is quite the show garden isnt it? Lovely photos.

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  19. I would love to have a garden like that. :)

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  20. Those gardens are amazing! I would love to be strolling through them right about now.

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  21. Hi Mary, thanks for sharing such a great garden, and thank you for hosting.
    Denise

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  22. I love seeing gardens now that it is flurrying out, beautiful! Thanks for hosting, Laura

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  23. What loveliness abounds in the gardens that you share. My eyes were at first drawn to those entry gates, what a wonderful visit you must have, every time you visit such places. Happy week to you Mary~

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  24. It's like visiting paradise...although my gardens are far from being that structured and perfect! Mine are more like "cottage" gardening...what grows, grows; what spreads, spreads; what seeds, seeds...all I do is control the weeds!!!...:)JP

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  25. Just me again. Still trying to finish my Mosaic Monday views and had to say one more thing and ask a question. I love the look of that path with the old Belgian blocks....what beauty that is!!! Do you know what kind of flower that is that you have a close up of next to the main building image? I have never seen anything like that, that I know of. Thank you~

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