spring is my favorite season. there is nothing that compares to a green garden blooming. i’m on a green kick, didn’t think of it till now, but maybe it’s because it’s spring and everything is turning green…

in the new vogue there is a piece on katharine and william rayner’s garden in east hampton. tucked between the atlantic ocean and georgica pond, it’s the exact opposite of the east hampton norm of pristine and manicured gardens, it’s abundant and alive with nods to the garden cultures of england, itlay, persia and india. it’s simply beautiful.

there is nothing like a garden- enjoy the most beautiful sign of spring!

photographs by eric boman

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