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While spring has only just begun, I thought I’d show you a taste of what the warmer months will bring. Captured last year during late spring and summer, architect and designer Peter Marino’s Long Island getaway in the Hamptons is grand in size, but demonstrates how monochromatic planting can be powerful, hydrangeas can be rich and rustic, a few orderly apple trees can create height and comfort and the simple patience while waiting for ‘New Dawn’ roses to climb over white archways can create a garden oasis.
Enjoy the tour, and click here to read how exactly Marino curated his outdoor artistic escape.
Images via Architectural Digest, photographs from Jason Schmidt