plant life

March 25, 2020

Good golly! I came across the work of up-and-coming garden designer, Alexander Hoyle, and I’m positively swooning. “My design aesthetic is best described as the modern English country garden,” says Hoyle. “It combines form, and function, structurally and architecturally, and with a sense of serendipity in the cacophony of planting. I like gardens that are a little wild, have flair and zest, and are a little camp.” I love these enormous baskets stuffed full of wild booms, and this English garden is so densely planted, rich in texture, unfussy and free. And just look at this wild and whimsical terrace, complete with vintage wrought-iron and wicker furniture, created for a home in Tangier. Cocktail hour could never be dull with all these fancy plants to talk to. And I’m sure a little Rosé in the soil would help the flowers grow.


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