This one-acre garden in Atlanta contains original stacked stone walls and later (1984) additions of an arbor and naturalized pool. There are old trees, as well as many native shrubs and plants in both naturalized and more formal areas. The garden includes rare plants, perennials, old roses, herbs, and native wild flowers.
Persons associated with the property include: Clayton Rich (former owner, 1953-1971) and Richard Anderson (landscape architect, ca. 1980 to date).
The folder includes a worksheet.
Garden has been featured in William Robert Mitchell, Jr. and Richard Moore, Gardens of Georgia (Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers, 1989)
Garden has been featured in "Atlanta Botanical Garden Presents Gardens for Connoisseurs 1987" (brochure)
Garden has been featured in "Restoration & Preservation - Our Seeds of the Future" (brochure published by the Cherokee Garden Club for the Garden Club of America Zone VII Meeting, 1995)