Flower Magazine

MAY-JUN 2019

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PHOTOS BY ERIK KVALSVIK (RIGHT) AND COURTESY OF PENNOYER NEWMAN (BOTTOM LEFT) LEFT: Three Old Westbury Walled Garden Urns, cast from the Phipps family's concrete original, are displayed at Old Westbury (where the original is in storage). The urn can be installed in private gardens as well. BELOW: Morgan's gardens at Wall Hall in England RIGHT: Circle Icon Planters complement designer Bunny Williams's garden in Falls Village, Connecticut. Whether her clients are working with spaces small or large, they are choosing not just planters that complement outdoor eating areas and kitchens, but also Pennoyer Newman's easy-to-move modern chairs and tables. The firm's organic Modern Stone Seats read like contemporary sculpture in the garden but are specially reinforced to hold a person's weight. Pots are now used to grow vegetables, and customers are considering styles that flow with their interior decor. Ridder, an accomplished gardener who happens to be married to architect Peter Pennoyer (Cecily's nephew), is known for her refreshed approach to classic design and her penchant for pattern, indoors and out. Pennoyer Newman's shallow egg-cup- shaped Ridder Round Planter, named for the designer, looks at once ancient and modern. "I like to grow a mound of moss in it or something simple and green that spills overs the edges," Ridder explains, to maximize its artful lines. Observes Newman, "Creating a sense of place is as critical to the outside of the home as it is to the inside."

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