What Remains to be Seen

Limestone steps and terraces float through the gardens drawing the visitor into the landscape. A gradual approach to the house softens the steep site and strengthens the connection of the house to the street and neighbourhood. The planting, composed of a colour palette of pale blues and silvers, displays varying textures of grasses, bold architectural perennials, and the soft silvery mounds of the Lamb’s Ear that contrast beautifully against the clean lines of the steps and terraces. The back garden showcases a generous limestone terrace that blurs the lines between house and garden and an intimate dining area settled into the Oak trees. Viewed from many vantage points throughout the house, a grove of serviceberries at the back of the garden, nestled in a matrix planting of ferns and native groundcovers, provides a contemporary nod to the ravine setting and a dynamic seasonal backdrop.

What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen
What Remains to be Seen