“Living Legacy” Article — Garden & Gun Magazine, 2016
See how Troy Rhone designed the gardens for Birmingham steel heiress, the late Barbara Ingalls Shook. These remarkable gardens are a tribute to the equally remarkable woman. From daffodils to irises, Letten roses to tiny boxwoods, Troy created a masterpiece landscape design fitting for the late heiress.
While Parterre style gardens are generally designed to show symmetry and order, Troy included less traditional additions to this landscape design—including wide-open, sunny spaces. This garden, while formal, also memorializes the unconventional woman. It is a garden truly inspired by her.
Read the full article “Living Legacy”—originally published in Feb/March Garden & Gun magazine 2016.