United States of America, Connecticut, Fairfield County, Greenwich
Lillie Hoeninghaus House (Greenwich, Connecticut)
This two-acre garden complements the 1905 Georgian Revival dwelling that it surrounds. It has been designed in the style of an English perennial garden and includes many beautiful, unusual plantings.
Persons and firms associated with the garden include: Lillie S. P. Hoeninghaus (former owner, 1905-late 1920s); John J. and Gertrude White (former owners, late 1920s-1954); George and Jane Gribbin (former owners, 1954-1964); Marcella Anne Witten (former owner, 1964-1973); Jane Gribbin (former owner, 1973-1982); Diane Jugy (former owner, 1981-1985); Joyce Crapple (former owner, 1986-1989); and Pine Meadow Gardens (landscape designers).
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Green Fingers Garden Club facilitated the submission of this garden's documentation.
The folder includes a worksheet, a garden plan, and a detailed description of the house.
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