P.S. Did you get my pun in the title? Happy Hump Day!
Many photos are by Clive Nichols Photography via Pinterest.
Pea gravel, white blooming flowers, curved archway in hedges, and beautifully placed terracotta fenniels.
This could look overly forced (the statue, the greenhouse…), yet instead it looks refined, with rows of boxwood and oversized, distressed pots.
Boxwood that is uniquely clipped and shaped to abundance.
So this is my heaven. A scattering of cypress trees, boxwood, a fountain and a lovely ledge to frame the grounds.
A poor quality photo, but a lovely example of a raised boxwood topiary. The provincial homes are the ideal backdrop for Semini’s landscape design.
A picture perfect outdoor setting. I think it is a great idea how Semini places the potted flowers on the marble top tables.
WOW. This is so natural, yet so edgy compared to Semini’s more traditional landscape.
Steps of potted boxwood. Is anything better?
An aerial view of the boxwood garden.
A natural and effortlessly arranged walkway and loose boxwood spheres.