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6/22/2011

Joy de Rohan Chabot’s Garden Art

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Truly artistic garden art is not always so easy to find.  The market is flooded with kitsch and sometimes downright tacky garden “art” so truly beautiful, and unique pieces that are appropriate to grace a beloved garden are often hard to find.   Joy de Rohan Chabot’s furniture and garden accessories are different.  They are unique and interesting expressions in bronze that celebrate the beauty of nature in nature.   The Pansy chair is my favorite — I think I would use it as a focal point in the same way a bench might be a garden destination, but this has so much more color and style to work with.   My head is spinning with what plants would best partner with it for an exciting overall composition.  My first thought is peachy colored irises…..but I am curious what you would plant near it?

pansy chari by joy de rohan chabot

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  1. Delphine says:

    Wow, Rochelle…. i’m totally in love with these chair and her delightfull style…

  2. Laurie Brown says:

    Peach iris indeed- perhaps with some golden ones mixed in. Daylilies for later in the summer- some of the peach with gold throats? And maybe some Royal Blue veronica and Blue Jay delphiniums for contrast.

  3. Matt says:

    I’d put milkshake or coconut coneflowers.

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