United States of America, Georgia, Chatham County, Savannah
Fulton Garden (Savannah, Georgia)
Established in 1991, this 900 square-foot garden is noted for its collections of pots and unusual plants, including an Asian Arisaema collection. The garden's focal point is a terrace surrounded by beds edged in boxwood and filled with roses, farfugium, fatsia, camellias, ferns, and seasonal plantings. Adjacent porches are covered in passion vines and grape.
Persons associated with the garden include: Fredrick Ball (former owner, ca. 1805) and Anne Lane (former owner, 1989-1997).
The folder includes a worksheet with an abbreviated garden design.
Garden has been featured in Southern Living, 1997
Garden has been featured in Traditional Home, May 1997