United States of America, Virginia, Culpeper County, Somerset
Waverley Farm (Somerset, Virginia)
This garden site within a large horse and cattle farm includes ten boxwood-hedged rooms and features a central allee, a water-lily pool, perennial beds, a white garden, a daylily room, an iris allee, and a spring planting room (designed for spring and fall bloom). The garden combines formal design with an informality of planting style and was established in the 1920s.
Persons associated with the property include: Mr. and Mrs. James N. Andrews, Sr. (former owners) and Mrs. and Mrs. James N. Andrews, Jr. (former owners).
The folder includes a worksheet and a garden plan. The garden is noted for its use of garden rooms and its balance of formal and informal elements in a rural setting, as well as its magnificent boxwood hedges.