“Aging Gracefully” Garden Design — Birmingham Home & Garden, 2022
A client in Mountain Brook recently approached Troy Rhone to turn a steep hill behind a home into a garden space aimed at outdoor entertaining. Troy responded with a vision to take the existing backyard and carve into the hillside a series of terraced rooms.
He seeded the steps, planted figs to soften brick walls, and sourced a collection of tasteful lawn ornaments—including a fountain, teak benches, and a coral-and-iron table with a mirror. Troy combined the casualness of pea gravel, which keeps the design from being too formal, with an array of weathered orbs and planters to perfectly complement the home’s stucco exterior.
Thanks to the garden rooms, tastefully chosen accessories, pavers, and abundant flowers guaranteed to thrive in the Birmingham climate, this garden feels like a well-established landscape that was grown slowly over time. Download the full article to see photos and read more.
In the Shop… with Troy Rhone
Troy Rhone has long had an affinity for garden antiquities. Now he’s expanded his business to a new shop in Mountain Brook Village. His new store in Mountain Brook Village offers one-stop shopping for gardening and accents that bring it to life. Customers can even find an antique miniature greenhouse from Belgium filled with seasonal plants and ornaments, bamboo chairs from the 1950s, and an 18th-century console from Avignon, France. His store is constantly evolving, so stop in to see what’s new. Download the full article to see photos and read more.