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How to Add Natural Beauty to Your Hamptons Home

| April 19, 2017 | Home & Real Estate

How to Add Natural Beauty to Your Hamptons Home

The beauty of a Hamptons home comes not just from the architecture and décor but from the space around it. The area’s rich ecosystem allows beautiful plants, native to the region, to grow, and Hamptonites are taking note for landscaping inspiration. “Add trees and shrubs to make a nice contour, so it creates layers in a garden—just like how you see in nature,” says Frederico Azevedo, founder of Unlimited Earth Care (2249 Scuttle Hole Road, 631-725-7551), who suggests using black-eyed Susans and dogwood trees. “Native gardening is very attached to our area, because we mimic what we see in the wild here.”



Photography by: PHOTOGRAPHY BY LUCAS ALLEN (490 HEDGES LANE); COURTESY OF BROWN HARRIS STEVENS (443 SAGAPONACK); UNLIMITED EARTH CARE (LANDSCAPE)