Anne Raver recently wrote an article for the New York Times about Tovah Martin's houseplants called Inviting the Garden Inside and I thought it was the perfect opportunity to show you where all those indoor gems go to summer camp.
This is the three-tiered bench outside the 18th century dairy barn that Raver mentions where plants showcased for the summer. It reminds me of the display of potted plants at the entrance to Great Dixter in England--full of color and textures-- all artfully combined.
The front porch of Tovah's house, a former 1790s cobbler shop
An inviting view of the house and garden from the street
A bench in the garden. The garden radiates charm, beauty and whimsy, just like the owner.
The summer gardens in the front yard. Don't think for a minute that she is not equally knowledgeable of both indoor and cold hardy plants
A vignette of succulents on the door step