The wedding of Mary and Lew Reid more than 20 years ago also united his love for plants and her talent for design. The result is an extraordinary garden
Towering Douglas firs and redwood trees edge the Reids' sweeping southern view, where a vista of farm fields, woods, and rambling foothills unfurls. The tapestry of plants, which features types native to the Mediterranean, South Africa, Australia, and California, creates a richly textured foreground.
Mary Reid wove burgundy plants, including Eucomis comosa "Sparkling Burgundy," Weigela florida "Wine and Roses," Leucadendron salignum "Summer Red," Echinacea purpurea "Bravado," and Penstemon "Hidcote Pink," through a cluster of yellow-green euphorbia, santolina, and silver grasses.
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