Established in 1930, this two-acre site includes various individual gardens within a larger garden setting. Among these are a pool garden, a formal garden, a kitchen garden, the Virgin of Guadalupe garden, and the Indian Madonna garden, the latter two named for shrines/sculpture found there. Azaleas, ornamental grasses, and roses are among the featured plants.
Persons associated with the property include: Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hill (former owners); Ruth London (landscape designer); and John Staub (architect).
The folder includes a worksheet. The garden is noted for its individual gardens within a larger garden setting.