This garden is a flower lover’s delight. Appearing in Garden Gate magazine in April 2012, the garden was only began in 2007. It has a future publication date with Country Gardens also.
When you first see the home, you are amazed by the stonework on the property with vast rock beds with long defining walls of stone.
Various types of gardens and rooms are throughout the property. I will show those up next in Snyder Garden, a Little Bit Rock, a Little Bit Country. In that post you will see how the rock gardens integrate and set the tone for the scheme.
I know the gardeners like those garden closeups, but the wide-angle shots give an overview to the breadth of design.
The property steps down with expertly designed terraces and flower beds sloping down inclines.
There is even a shade garden in this bright, sunny yard between the tall trees.
Turf is a nice foil for the colorful beds.
The pool is a focal point in this garden, and sets amongst the gardens.
Below, we are looking across the garden to the dovecot that you also see above.
I think this garden was designed for summer fun with the large pool, cute pool house and inviting seating areas.
The images are of the fence around the pool. They are nicely landscaped with cottage flowers.
The 1922 home is adorable with the lush window boxes across the front facade.
When I told you the Buffalo area knows gardening, I was not kidding. I hope you agree.
Next, we look closer at this property and some more of the design elements making it such a success.