Trade Secrets 2016: Weatherstone

Carolyne Roehm’s Weatherstone was built in 1765 and is listed in the Historic Registry. The house is surrounded by formal gardens consisting of boxwood topiaries and sargentina crabapples, silver lindens with a hornbeam allee on the south side and a rose garden surrounded by boxwood borders on the west façade.

The orchard is under planted with thousands of naturalizing daffodils. Red brick paths outline a cutting garden with a potager: hundreds of hybrid roses bloom next to the perennial and peony borders. The pool is decorated with blue and white ornamental Chinese pots planted with boxwood and are bordered by a raised bed of tulips and crabapple trees. 

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