This 10-acre garden, established in 1966, has been designed and planted by Daniel Urban Kiley, Penelope Hobhouse, and David Culp. Sited deep in primeval hardwood forest, it utilizes all the major trees and includes temples, ruins, an allee, a bog, a stream, a lagoon, a cascade, a unicorn court, an auricula house and potager, cold frames, a cutting garden, and an orchard.
Persons associated with the garden include: Daniel Urban Kiley (landscape architect, 1991 to date); Penelope Hobhouse (landscape planner, 1997 to date); and David Culp (horticulturist, 1999 to date).
The folder includes a worksheet and garden plans.
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