This .7-acre garden site was established in 1973. A small, in-town garden, it reveals its owners' love for gardening with flowers, vegetables and unusual plants. There is always something of interest in different areas of the garden, enhancing the beautiful garden urns and objects inherited from two generations of the owners' family. Paths and walkways present a pleasing design for strolling among the camellias, rhododendrons, perennials, and vegetable gardens at various levels. The cottage garden at the rear entrance is particularly charming.
Persons and firms associated with the garden include: James Dickey (former owner); William L. Monroe (landscape architect, 1973-1983); Edward L. Daugherty (landscape architect, 1993); Ryan Gainey (landscape designer, 1985); and Habersham Gardens, Inc. (landscape contractors, 1994).
The folder includes a worksheet and a garden plan.