Simple contrasts spark garden interest: Scott Shrader edged a seventeenth-century stone water trough... with elegant, sheared boxwoods and ‘Blue Glow’ agaves. . . . the trough features a bronze spigot from La Maison Francaise Antiques, Inc that’s a replica of an old French fountain spout. West Hollywood, CA
Carlo Scapra, tomba di brion-vega. The Tomb extends over an area of about 2000 square meters, surrounded by fields of corn on one side and the old cemetery of San Vito d'Altivole other. The complex includes, besides a number of buildings, large flower beds and ponds, as well as a garden, distributed elegantly and according to very specific design ideas from one building to another.