Recommended by Carol Doheny, this stunning front property at 81 Woodpond Road was named Beauty Spot of the Month for August. The award was presented by the Cheshire Garden Club to property owners Bill and Sandy Cunningham. Pictured left is the Bichon Frisee Marley and marble award plaque.
Created over a decade ago and meticulously tended by Sandy and Bill, the beautifully restored colonial front garden area is flanked by tall weeping Blue Atlas cedars on the left and features a variety of unique evergreen shrubs. placed throughout. The road to the other side of the house. Imposing, tall and manicured his two cedars flank the main entrance portico. A wide variety of shrubs and perennials bloom from April to October, including hydrangeas and several varieties of roses that bloom at this time of year. Whimsical garden ornaments abound, and a giant planter in the right corner makes a colorful statement. Petunias and verbena dominate its center, while chartreuse-colored sweet potato vines gracefully roam its flanks. Several varieties provide cut flowers throughout the year and there is a huge vegetable garden.
The property is truly a sight to behold and the Cheshire Garden Club are delighted to recognize its design and beauty.