This 1930s farm home received a complete landscape and architectural renovation. A round-about driveway which occupied most of the back yard was removed and replaced with a sprawling open lawn, ideal for hosting events and lawn games. A continuous bluestone path wraps the yard allowing visitors to stroll the garden. Lush planting featuring many native plants lines the edges of the garden. A zone dedicated to rare and exotic palms houses over 100 different species and continues to grow. The owners collect live turtles and freshwater fish. Phyla designed a water feature system of two ponds with bridges that allow animals to cross below and multiple turtle pens. The project also features an edible garden, fruit tree orchard, and hen house.