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FLOWER Magazine - July/August 2024
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FLOWER Magazine - July/August 2024


 Keeping Rooms

In a quiet Long Island village, world-renowned designer Thomas O’Brien creates his dream house and garden with special attention to collecting and being surrounded by all manner of treasures. 

Bursting in Blooms

Visiting High Hampton Resort in Cashiers, North Carolina, is sublime any time of the year, but there are over 850 colorful reasons to go during the dahlia growing season.

Seeds of Time

Inspired by his visits to European gardens, Gerard Pampalone has spent years creating an elaborate garden on his Connecticut farm that balances the formality of those grand landscapes with an intimate sensibility to welcome guests.

Reflections in the Garden

A stroll around The Grove with India Hicks reveals intricacies of the private garden her late father, legendary interior designer David Hicks, created as a showcase of disciplined tonal design.

From the Field

Lanterns that shimmer, blues that make waves, chaises to sink into, eye-catching outdoor fabrics


Inspired by the colors, textures, and objects found within Hiltz-Lauber, a rug and home furnishings gallery in her hometown of Birmingham, Alabama, Sybil Sylvester brings her English floral influences and the bounty of the garden inside.

Landscape Design

Ed Hollander of Hollander Design reflects on his journey to becoming a landscape architect, his greatest influencers and successes, and insightful moments along the way.


Keith Meacham, co-founder of Nashville-based Reed Smythe & Company, searches far and wide to find handcrafted objects and artisanal collaborations. Fresh from a move to a new retail location, she shares what’s currently catching her eye.

Women in the Garden

While Edith Wharton is most remembered as a Pulitzer Prizewinning novelist and short story writer, she also made a name for herself as a garden designer, interior designer, and tastemaker of her time.

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