United States of America, Massachusetts, Bristol County, Dartmouth
Levin Garden (Dartmouth, Massachusetts)
"There is an enclosed rose garden, shade garden and serpentine lawns surrounding the house. The house was designed by an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright. Stone walls set off species of daylilies. There is an natural pond area and outdoor sculpture."
The garden won the 1995 Gold Medal Visiting Garden Award from the Massachusetts Horicultural Society.
Persons associated with the property include: Harry and Ada Milman (former owners, 1946-1971); Marius Van Der Pol (landscaper, 1947); Eduardo Medeiros (landscaper, 1971); Edgar Tafel (architect, 1946); Allen C. Haskell (landscape designer and horticulturist, 1971-1979); Marvin Krosinsky (architect, 1971); Martin Frauwirth (architect, 1971); William Turnbull (sculptor); William King (sculptor); Howard Newman (sculptor); and Jeff Jajac (sculptor).
The folder includes a list of slides and worksheet.
The garden was featured in the Boston Globe, Spring 1998