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A Classic Country White GardenTraditional Landscape, New York

All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.

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wolfson wrote:January 10, 2012
  • heatherraines
    Is the sweet autumn clematis planted in pots? I have planted in ground but wasn't sure how well it would do (or how long it could withstand) in a planter vs ground?
  • msagh2
    Hi, Can you share the type of hedge plant along the fence please?
annabwilson wrote:December 14, 2013
  • shugaryan

    what are the climbers with the white blooms on the fence?

  • debtodd
    The white flowering vine is the Autumn Clematis. One of my favorites for its prolific blooms and early fall bloom time!
cdeholleran wrote:January 25, 2013
  • laura_madere
    I love these flowers, I sure hope we can grow them in New Orleans area.
  • PRO
    Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.

    The hardiness zone of the Autumn Clematis is 4-9, and I believe New Orleans is a zone 8 or 9 so it should be able to grow there. Good luck!

UNCOMMON MARKETS LLC wrote:March 13, 2012
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    UNCOMMON MARKETS LLC
    Thanks -- really lovely!
  • Michelle
    Is this vine flowering all summer, or just for a short period of time like the other type of clematis? I love this garden. You did a fantastic job!
MariVi Creations wrote:December 10, 2012
  • PRO
    Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
    These vines are Autumn Clematis, Clematis paniculata. They are planted behind the boxwood hedge because they like shaded roots and trained up the fence with string. Once they reach the top they take off, intermingle and cascade. They bloom late in the season with these tiny white flowers. One of my favorites!
  • jillmeby
    Also known as Sweet Autumn. Very fragrant and lovely.
lookieloo wrote:September 17, 2012
izzy7299 wrote:June 19, 2012
smp3 wrote:May 9, 2012
  • PRO
    Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
    All the exterior landscape woodwork was custom on this project. A good, high end manufacturer of similar fencing is Walpole Woodworkers www.walpolewoodworkers.com. they have a catalog of stock items and also do custom. Good luck! Deb Cerbone
  • smp3
    Thank you for the contact. I very much appreciate you taking the time to respond! Sharon
jmmm wrote:July 25, 2014
  • PRO
    Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
    Thank you! We had a wonderful client who made it all possible. The Architect is Michael Brandes, Brandes Maselli Architects in NJ. You can find them on Houzz. Good luck! Deborah
stinch7974 wrote:June 12, 2012
izzy7299 wrote:June 9, 2012
nansaidh wrote:May 6, 2012
hollyaustin1 wrote:April 18, 2012
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    Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
    The house is white, but I'm not sure of the exact color white. The gutters are copper. The roof is natural cedar that is weathered a dark brown.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

karenchapman
Le jardinet added this to Monochromatic Garden Magic Done 7 WaysJanuary 11, 2013

Classic WhiteThis is perhaps the quintessential monochromatic garden. Fences are festooned with white sweet autumn clematis (Clematis terniflora, zones 4 to 10), while clipped boxwood hedges corral billowing mounds of white roses and hydrangeas. Elegant, sophisticated and formal, this is truly a classic look that will never go out of fashion. The design is held together even when no flowers are blooming, since the home itself continues the theme.

mariannel
Marianne Lipanovich added this to Lay of the Landscape: Theme GardensJuly 16, 2012

The color garden. Going with a specific color scheme is probably one of the easiest ways to make a garden uniquely your own. They say white is the absence of color, but in this space, it is the defining element. It's also a classic look.Design tip: A green and white color scheme visually cools down a garden on a hot summer day.

mydesignchic
Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to Reimagine the Rose GardenApril 18, 2012

The softness of a climbing rose entwines on a pergola as part of the landscape.

amyrenea
Amy Renea added this to All-White Gardens Light Up the NightFebruary 20, 2012

Imagine what this walkway looks like at night — little dancing blooms all along the left side and a wave of shimmering white softening the fence to the right. Pure magic!

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lindsaymccotter
Lm added this to LandscapingJanuary 2, 2020

Box woods, smelly vine? Name???

lizziemorrissey
lizziemorrissey added this to Plant and planting ideasOctober 25, 2019

love the white climbing vines that look like Jasmie and the hydrangeas, very beautiful indeed

rhonda_sallman
RHONDA SALLMAN added this to Planters and boxesSeptember 27, 2019

Like vining anything like potato plants, rosemary and I love fragrant plants and bees and butterflies don’t bother me a bit.

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