A Zelkova tree enhances the charm of the guest cottage.
Homeowner Jane Goldman (left) and garden designer Jane Lappin.
Showcased in the informal perennial bed are cleome, iris, hesperis, phlox, alyssum, guara, and nicotinia.
Lovely old-fashioned roses (New Dawn Climbing Rose) adorn a lattice.
The garden owes its bone structure to elements like these hedges. Lavender flourishes around the armillary.
An urn mounted on a pedestal has a stately air.
Double Delight roses are tipped with a hue as red as Snow White's lips.
Dahlia Park Princess adds an energizing jolt of color.
The arbor, one of a pair at the back of the property, adds timeless grace.
Day Breaker, a floribunda in a hue favored by Jane's late mother, is planted in a rose garden.
Urns are planted with roses, geraniums, bacopa, and ivy, imbuing the grounds with a certain air of classicism.
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English-Style Garden in the Hamptons
A classic summer cottage boasts a gorgeous garden