The Sartorial Garden

THE EDIT

We all know what it means to edit: to pare down, select, refine.  As the legendary Coco Chanel said, “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take at least one thing off.” And so for the garden!

We all know what it means to edit: to pare down, select, refine.  As the legendary Coco Chanel said, “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take at least one thing off.”

Here at New England Garden Ornaments, we’re editing all the time: sifting, sorting and curating to find the best and most interesting. Maybe it’s finding the antique ironwork with the most delightful pattern… or discerning which decorative stone finial might work in your garden… or pairing two obelisks for an entryway.

That’s why we’ve introduced The Edit, to curate and place the ideal elements in your garden. No more and no less.

With over 2,000 pieces in inventory at New England Garden, from statues, English Lead finials, birdbaths to antique ironworks, millstones, cast stone fountains and armillary sundials, what’s a well-dressed estate to do? Our Edit takes classic landscape design principles, playing with those traditional concepts and finding modern day suggestions and solutions. The Edit encourages experimentation and having fun with your ever-evolving outdoor tapestry. Nothing is forever, and elements can be moved to create another “find” or surprise in your garden!

What’s in your Edit? What must-haves should be in your outdoor wardrobe? Darling, when you’re done with The Edit, your garden will look mahvelous.

Of course our blog, Sartorial Garden, continues to delve into the research and history of these garden elements for those who would like to learn more. Who knew that millstones were incredibly and finely engineered in order to grind wheat with such precision!

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