United States of America, New Jersey, Mercer County, Trenton
William Trent House (Trenton, N.J.)
"The garden plan in 1939 had two rows of boxwood, the plants between the rows. Now there are four herb gardens in front of the large boxwood, one culinary, one medicinal, one ornamental used for collecting flowers for drying, one potpourri, and the center thyme with a sundial. This year (1996) a bulb garden has been started."
Persons associated with the property include: William Trent (former owner from 1719 to 1724); Abrum Urban (landscape architect in 1930).
The herb garden has been planted and maintained by the Garden Club of Trenton.
The folder includes: information sheet, slide list, garden description, garden plan and William Trent House booklet, published in 1995.
William Trent House booklet, published in 1995 by The Board of The Trent House Association, Inc